(Originally posted on Megan Lee Prose.)
If you’re not familiar with Cards Against Humanity, go familiarize yourself with it. It’s an incredibly fun party game for any group of people who don’t take themselves to seriously, and it pairs well with all types of alcohol. Note: It is in no way, shape, or form suitable for children or people with high moral standards.
What’s that you say? You don’t have a party on hand to play with? Well there is good news for you on that front, because you can play online with as many friends or creepy strangers as you like. And when you play online, you can use as many custom packs of cards as you want, using the Cardcast engine. (And that’s very good news, because the default cards get old fast, and the fan-made decks found on the game are just… just terrible.) Simply start up a game, type /addcardcast followed by the ID number of the deck you want, and enjoy.
I’ve made several custom card packs in the past and they have been well-received. It’s been a while since I’ve made a new one, mostly thanks to NaNoWriMo, so I’ve decided to make it a weekly task to create a new deck based around a random theme.
Here are my decks so far. You can view all of them on my Cardcast profile page.
My first pack, just a bunch of random card ideas. No theme.
Themed pack based on the Dwarf Fortress roguelike game. Not recommended for people who aren’t familiar with that game.
Exactly what it sounds like. Inside jokes for Minecraft players.
The Cat Pack
The horrors of office jobs in a handy virtual card deck.
And today’s deck:
It’s Cold Out There
Winter is coming, and that just sucks. Have some cards.