Just curious: Why were the suits made "uneven?" Per the rules a PC's deck needs to have 12 cards and be worth at least 12 points. The Crown suit is exactly 12 cards worth a total of 12 points, but --
Wands is 12 cards worth 14 points; no variety possible, but seemingly "stronger" than Crowns;
Shields is 13 cards worth 17 points; allows for a slight variation in the hand;
Counting the rules and the ad for Social Combat there are 55 actual cards in the box. I imagine 56 cards would have fit about as well (drop the ad and include a 13th Crown and Wand); what was the rationale behind differently sized and valued decks?
I don't think you have to take cards from the 1 suit. You can use severl suits to vary benfits - some offence, some defence, some magic etc