Oh, no! Not another freaking elf! It’s the Fantasy Pack, co-written with make-believers Pat Rothfuss, Neil Gaiman, Sam Sykes, Myke Cole, Jacqueline Carey, Martha Wells, Sherwood Smith, Elizabeth Bear, and Wesley Chu. Look at how famous these people are! You basically have to buy this pack now that you’ve read this list. Contains 26 white & 6 black cards that will hopefully be turned into a $300 million film franchise.
30 cards about blue hair and puke. Remember when you were in college and ate ramen noodles and had sex all the time? Wouldn't it be great to relive those glory days? Includes a special 18" X 24" poster for your dorm room. You should break up with your high school boyfriend.
In the United States, food is a big part of everyone's daily lives. When people don't have enough of it, it causes a big problem! Here's an expansion about the topic: food. 30 cards about brekky truffles and syrupy friend chortles.
As the bard once said, “All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely members of our target demographic.” Hark! It's the Theatre Pack, 30 cards about those things that are like movies but they happen right in front of you.
Except for the rampant misinformation and unspeakable pornography, the Internet is one of Al Gore's greatest inventions. We wrote this pack in a Reddit AMA with the help of a bunch of internet strangers, which historically has always been a complete disaster.
24 white & 6 black cards about video games, D&D, Game of Thrones, and all the other bullshit you like. There's nothing nerds love more than branded references that they can consume. Remember Batman? What about Firefly? Bazinga.
The Design Pack contains 30 fully-illustrated cards by some of the best graphic designers in the world, including Milton Glaser (I <3 NY), Susan Kare (the Apple macintosh), Erik Spiekermann (Meta Design), and legendary printmakers including Jay Ryan, Yann Legendre, Olly Moss, Mike Mitchell, and Sonnenzimmer.