Once you look at these new cards, I think you'll agree that Phill Robbins has done a great job in converting all of the Castle Ravenloft Reversion cards into some professional-quality pieces that you'd be proud to play with! In the past few years various people have wanted to have something like this for the Reversion--well now here it is in full color! He added a bit of his own wit to my flavor text here and there, and I wholeheartedly approve.

Thanks Phill!

I've posted a few individual cards just so everyone can see how great they look. Otherwise, the entire set is available for download on the CRR page (or at the bottom of this post). I've also included a copy of them in the basic zip file so that anyone who downloads the entire game will get them.
crr_-_event_cards.pdf
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crr_-_item_cards.pdf
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crr_-_monster_cards.pdf
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crr_-_treasure_cards.pdf
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crr_-_village_cards.pdf
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phill_robbins_crr_cards.zip
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Anali
6/25/2013 08:36:27 am

Those look fantastic! Thanks, Phil!

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Steven of Peoria
8/27/2013 01:23:28 pm

Very nice. I would love to have these in card format. What is the easiest way to get these on media that is not paper thin like comes out of my cheap printer?

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Chris
8/27/2013 01:29:19 pm

Thanks Steven. Other people have suggested Artscow.com, where you can have them print a custom set of playing cards with graphic assets that you provide. I've never tried it, but here's a link if you want to check it out.

http://www.artscow.com/photo-gifts/Playing-Cards

Otherwise, I just use cardstock in my printer. I find it works really well (if your printer can handle it).

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Steven of Peoria
8/27/2013 02:42:26 pm

Ok thanks. I did order some Wrath event cards from Artscow but someone on boardgamegeek provided a ready made link so I didn't have to do anything to order them.

Dumb question; If I use cardstock in my printer how do you print on both sides? Or do you just glue them together after cutting from the full page print from the .pdf?

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Chris
8/28/2013 01:00:33 am

I just flip the paper over and print on the second side. I think gluing two together would be too much work, but I suppose you could try that.

Steven of Peoria
8/28/2013 03:55:33 pm

Ah, yea if they line up properly that will work thanks! Looking forward to trying out some of your stuff! I just ordered some cardstock paper so hopefully will get into some of it this weekend.

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Steven of Peoria
8/31/2013 01:51:10 am

Might you have copies of Phil's nice cards in the image format and not a .pdf? Reason I ask is I was thinking of using Artscow to have them printed and cut but that requires you to upload photos of the cards and drag and drop them. Cant do that with a .pdf that I can see.

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Chris
8/31/2013 02:30:39 am

I don't happen to have .jpg or image copies of the files. However, it isn't too much trouble to convert them. (I have a Mac, and it's a matter of opening the file and then "save as").

If you don't have such functionality, I can do it for you. If you need me to do it, send me an email and I'll convert the files and send them back to your email address.

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Steven of Peoria
9/1/2013 02:41:40 pm

I was able to do a cntl-c and then paste into Microsoft Paint and then save as an image file. This works however it saves the entire image with multiple cards on it and using Artscow you drag an image on to a card so I will need to manually modify each page to break out the individual cards into separate files...this will take some time so might just be easier to print them out myself.

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Chris
9/4/2013 08:37:16 am

I think it must be great to have professionally made cards from Artscow.... but personally I've never gone through the (significant) trouble it takes to get them made.

I'd just as soon print them out and cut them. I made several sets while in development and then for friends once I was done with CRR. You get into a rhythm and it doesn't take too long.

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