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GameMastery Item Cards: Kingmaker Deck

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GameMastery Item Cards: Kingmaker Deck
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Tame the wilderness and forge your kingdom with these weapons of heroes and regalia of rule. Treasures and tools to raise an empire wait to be claimed in the Pathfinder Adventure Path Kingmaker. This 54-card set of beautifully illustrated, full-color item cards allows you to track your newest and most lordly treasures in vibrant detail.

GameMastery Item Cards allow heroes to keep track of their equipment in style, and the set is completely compatible with all of Paizo's other GameMastery Item Card sets. Each of these full-color cards features a beautiful portrait of an item on one side with space on the back to keep notes. GameMastery Item Cards are compatible with any fantasy roleplaying game.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-231-9


1 Full Plate
2 Helm
3 Hide Armor
4 Bedroll
5 Holy Symbol
6 Holy Symbol
7 Ladder
8 Ram
9 Rations
10 Saw
11 Sextant
12 Skiff
13 Tent
14 Potion
15 Potion
16 Ring
17 Ring
18 Rod
19 Rod
20 Scroll
21 Scroll
22 Staff
23 Staff
24 Wand
25 Wand
26 Blowgun
27 Bow
28 Club
29 Dagger
30 Greatsword
31 Scythe
32 Sickle
33 Spear
34 Spiked Gauntlets
35 Warhammer
36 Acorn
37 Boots
38 Brooch
39 Cloak
40 Crown
41 Crown
42 Dust
43 Flower
44 Gown
45 Herbs
46 Lyre
47 Map
48 Mistletoe
49 Robe
50 Rug
51 Siege Engine
52 Skeleton
53 Skull
54 Token

Sample cards. Click to enlarge.

Illustrated by Kieran Yanner and Abyssal, Inc.

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Cards Subscription.

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Almost a 5

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I have two problems with this set. Some cards that I wouldn't use because they are odd items. But the other is something I have not run into before in these sets. The card stock is funky. They are cut funny and kinda warped. Ok selection of items. I like the acorns.


High quality art as always, poor cardstock not normal

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I've been back filling some item cards which I didn't pick up when they were originally released. I was surprised when I got these in my recent order because the deck box was so much thicker than other decks, even though they have the same number of cards as other decks. This got me a little worried. Upon opening them I found out why.

The art quality is right up there with all of Paizo's high quality art. As there is a good chance I'll never run every AP they produce, I'm not so disappointed that there are generic items in the deck. I like having the options and having lots of items for use in other adventures.

My biggest problem is with the stock used for the cards. All the previous cards were printed on stock that looks and feels like playing cards or CCG cards. This is a much thicker stock that has gloss finish on the front and a more matte finish on the back. I'm guessing that due to the thickness of the stock during the die cutting the cards are warped. They are convex on the front and concave on the back. Much more so than any other cards I have. Again this is probably from the die cutting process and the thickness of the stock used for the cards. The edges of the cards are not as sharply cut and are rougher. The printing looks like it could scratch off much easier than previous cards. This honestly looks more like the stock used to make the card boxes the cards come in rather than the typical cardstock for cards.

I'm disappointed with the quality of the stock used. Fortunately I've gotten some other decks since then and they look to have switched back to the more tradition CCG style stock. We also use 9 slot card sleeves to hold our cards so there is a reduced chance of the printing being scratched, but I can't in good conscience give a rating of higher than 3 for these.


A pretty cool set with 'new' stuff

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Ok, first of all, I don't play Pathfinder AP's, I play in my own home-made campaign in the world of Greyhawk. That being said, these cards are really good! I like the artwork, the descriptions, the style. This is excellent stuff with some less-than-usefull items (siege engine, acorns and stuff but even those can be used creatively... Acorns being goodberries or some such) but also some new and fresh items that haven't been featured before. Really great to hand out! Love them :-)


Not too shabby.

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Another nice Item Card deck from Paizo.

Holy symbols for Erastil & Gorum are very nice. Some of the other items seem to have a jungle or savage twist to them.

The cards have a very "brittle" feel to them, same problem noted with the Enemies Face Cards deck. But, I'll either have these in card pocket pages in a binder or in a rigid card sleeve, so that is not a real problem.

I would say that this deck is good to add variety to an already existing collection of item cards, but is not that good as a stand alone set. It looks like there is only a small few cards that are tied directly to the KINGMAKER AP.


Generic Cards!

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These cards are so generic it insulting to place then under the Kingernaker title. Even in the first part of the adventure path they have some good discriptions for items. ex the ring of swimming that depicts a frog and a eel locked in a tangle, or the Stag lords helm does not even look near the same as the crummy helm card in the deck.

Needless to say VERY disappointed.


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