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Munchkin cards are one of the standard card sizes so you should be able to pick up some card sleeves at a LGS or big-box store even.


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I have played through most (though not all) of the munchkin sets, and I think that you would enjoy playing any set combined with "Cheat with Both Hands". Just trying to have a fun set to choose from is great, and adding in all the crazy cards and class/race cards makes it even better. I would try to stuff your munchkin set full of big items and monsters that ...


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I haven't played all themes but its my understanding that they can all work together. In fact, you can just shuffle the different sets together and play with all of the expanded characters/items/steeds/etc. Of course if you have cards that go together they will be harder to pair up because you are playing with a larger deck. As a result the core game ...


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I have played regular Munchkin, Munchkin Cthulhu, and Munchkin Apocalypse. The two non-regular sets each had one big difference. Munchkin Cthulhu has special Cultist Rules. Among them is a rule that when every player is a Cultist then a game immediately ends. This tends to end games with low player counts very fast. I think this is a major difference from ...


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I have played the super hero, pirate, legendary, old west, and "normal" munchkin. There is no significant difference between them wrt "Card Functionality", "Bad Stuff" and "surprising and interesting turnouts". All 5 sets have similar card functionality, similar bad stuff, and lots of surprising, amusing, and interesting turnouts. Really it does just come ...



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