The Parasite deck

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The Parasite
Designer JasonMF
Date 3/28/2012
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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"When didn't find it, it found us. We were once a thriving group of people, until that meteor hit. The cavern it created was massive, with holes everywhere and debris strewn about the area. When we were sent in as the expeditionary troopers, we didn't know the mess were were getting into... Those holes contained something no one would like to ever see. It was the Parasite. It came for us, taking some men into chambers where screams of horror and pain echoed back to us. I am writing this letter under careful caution of the Parasite. It is only me and my two team members, John and Daree. I must watch, wait, and survive, because our exit is blocked. It just closed up on us, and we are stuck. Please, help us, and defeat the Parasite once and for all!"


To begin, place the Parasite deck and the Human deck on the playing field face down. Have each player choose a team by flipping a coin. If heads, that person is a human, and draws cards from the Human deck. If tails, the person is the Parasite, and draws cards from the Parasite deck. Make sure the Hero or Majorei cards are on the top of each deck (hero is human, majorei is parasite), as these are the players characters.

Balancing the Teams

If the teams have more players on one side than the other (example: 4 Parasites, 2 Humans), than have one player from the extra side join the uneven side. If there is an odd number of people playing, such as 3, the majority will always be humans (example: 2 Parasites, 1 Human would become 1 Parasite, 2 Humans).

Parasite Rules

After choosing a character (king, queen, omnisce, or reptar), draw a card from the deck (if it is