this page you will find options to print the cards through
On Demand (POD) service through the internet, or by using your own home
printer. The company that I used to have mine printed was through Superior POD.
POD companies can probably do it for you as well, but since I have
found them I have not ventured any further as they provide a great
service. The tutorial you will find below will be specific to them.
Your selected cards for your deck
(Be sure you follow all the rules
to the game when building your deck. When using Superior POD you will
want to choose 54 cards though. Also if you don't know how to build a
deck and would like a premade deck you can get several examples here).
Creating a printable deck through SuperiorPOD Video Tutorial
Printing your cards at home will not be as easy as having a Print On
Demand service to do it for you. With the cost of ink it really won't
save you any money either, but if you prefer to do this at home it can
I have discontinued the Print at home tutorial as it was really out of
date and honestly, it's pretty simple. Below you will find a few tips
that will help you as well as some files that will help you.
you want there are professional print shops that will print the cards
for a fee. It will save you time, and it will make your job
easier. There would be of course some initial set up for the cards that
you want to print. Use the template below to set up your files.
download GIMP you'll find the link for the download in thelinkssection.
buy good paper. You will want a card stock about 12 mil.
Protective sleves to make it easier to
slide the cards when playing.
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