Dvorak Legacy deck

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Dvorak Legacy deck
Designer *Everyone
Date October 2020 and onwards
Players 2+
This is an unfinished deck. It is incomplete, and is not playable.
To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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This deck is under construction. Anyone is welcome to contribute - check the talk page to find out more.


Dvorak Legacy is a game directly linked to the "legacy" form of boardgame, where the game itself changes over several play sessions. The Dvorak Legacy deck's page has 2 goals:

1) Host a grass-roots version of the deck, which can be expanded upon in a variety of different ways.

2) Host several different offshoots of how other players have expanded on the deck.


In addition to Normal Dvorak Rules, there are a few additional mechanic:

Blank Cards are cards which can be played like normal cards. Unlike normal cards, the player playing them may create a brand new card from them, with no technical restrictions.

When creating blank cards, it should be common courtesy to not make cards which severely retracts from the fun of playing the game.

During the pre-game, for every 1 player, there should be 3 blank cards introduced into the deck. This number can be changed if players

During the intermission between games, any player may choose to add, edit, or remove cards from the deck.