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at least 110# card, probably not above 200# card. 110# is thicker than my playing cards, as an FYI. I've used it for quite shuffleable cards for playtest games. Once you get past 200# stock, you're into stuff too stiff for comfortable shuffling. A high rag content is good, as well, as it's more resilient than pure wood-pulp stocks. High clay content is ...


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A simple solution if you are willing and able to spend some money: Buy another copy of the game, a foam paint brush, and a small container of white paint. Using the foam brush you can paint a nice, even, thin coat of white paint over the face of the cards and use a black permanent marker when they dry to write whatever your heart desires!


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The most popular version in the English speaking world is the Rider-Waite Tarot cards. These were published in the early 20th century. This site has The Pictorial Key to the Tarot that contains B/W images of the Tarot cards (clicking those opens fair quality scans in color). The book and the images predate U.S. copyright laws. These images here are the ...


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There is nothing particularly exclusive to print and play regarding solo play modes. They have the same problems as buy and play games. There are a great many games that cannot adapt to single player, at least not while still being fundamentally the same game. I would suggest to your friend that he can work on a different game, perhaps inspired by the ...


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Could you not use a standard deck of cards, paste paper printouts on them, and then sleeve all the cards?


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Yep, you can download the images from the pictoral key to the tarot here. I'm creating a deck, the Evolutionary Options Tarot which is being released into the creative commons. That means copyright free tarot card images! Have at it, and I'd appreciate any feedback.


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Generally, the best solution is to have a very functional design first, with a "pretty version" using the exact same underlying design, but with full color pretty images, including both in the package. The simple functional version will often be the trial - it needs to be low ink, and preferably grayscale. If the underlying design isn't functional, the game ...


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I created templates for printing on the 'Spare cards' that come with the expansion packs. I then bought Avery Crystal Clear labels (L7784)and used a laser printer to print them out. I cut them to size then applied them to the blanks and they look and feel almost identical to the Originals.


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There are site that do the work for you like custom cards against humanity


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There's a website for making your own, generating a PDF, sharing, and printing your own cards. Unaffiliated with CAH or Apples to Apples, but quite similar and easier than hand-writing or editing a PDF. Snubs-n-dunk



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