A Really Customizable Card Game

Originally published at: A Really Customizable Card Game – Brian.Carnell.Com

I have never found customizable card games such as Magic: The Gathering all that compelling. I’ve played it a bit and still have some cards lying around somewhere but was never that impressed by them. Now along comes an interesting experiment — a CCG where you can design your own cards on a website and then print them out and include them in your deck. The game is called DragonElves and is being produced by Lester Smith, who wrote the Dark Conspiracy role-playing game, and Jim Ward, who worked on the Dragonball Z CCG. Here is how the game works: you buy a game collector’s tin that comes with 32 cards, a rulebook, and a scratch-off coupon. The coupon contains a code worth anywhere from 1,000 to 100,000 points. Take the code and go to the DragonElves website, where you enter the code and the points are then added to…