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15 unique deployment cards and 60 "Bad JuJu (friction) cards to use in your wargames.

These cards can be used with any game size or scale and is totally system agnostic. So use them for your Gruntz 15mm games or Warhammer 40k or anything in-between.

The Deployment cards allow for a random set of deployment zones so you don't have to stress over how to deploy your forces.

The Bad JuJu cards offer 60 unique complications for your games. You can play some of these cards on your own forces for a boost or on your opponent's forces to hinder or damage them.

This file has been put up for people to try out until the actual printed cards are available (I have to wait for proofs then I can ok them for sale.) This is a pdf file i put together with the card text in case you aren't picky about how they look in your card sleeves. 

Instructions for using the printer friendly version: Print the cards onto cardstock, cut them out without cutting through the text. Then slide them into a card sleeve. Pretty simple right?

Instructions for use: Use 1 deployment card and 1-3 Bad JuJu cards per side per game or just draw one whenever someone rolls snake-eyes for something or however you feel like using them. 

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File Last Updated:
May 10, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on May 08, 2015.