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Tbone
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Does anyone know a good sight or something that will allow me to create a mass amount of cards (200 cards +)

questccg
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A couple options

I know of a couple: www.cardgameforge.com and www.thegamecrafter.com

The first site is designed so designers can post the rules, documents and most importantly cards on the site.

The second site is a POD (Print-On-Demand) and you can upload your cards there too and have them printed at cost.

Both sites do not help in creating the cards, that you need to do using tools such as Illustrator or Photoshop...

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For printing the cards, you

For printing the cards, you should look at OneBookShelf/Drive Thru Cards. I have a design client who has been using them for his cards, and the quality and price are pretty good.

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munio
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are we talking print or

are we talking print or designing for playtesting?

Tbone
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Designing

Designing

questccg
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For designing...

Tbone wrote:
Designing

You can try the following:

Magic Set Editor: http://magicseteditor.sourceforge.net
NanDeck: http://www.nand.it/nandeck
CCG Maker: http://www.ccgmaker.com

There are also online resources to make cards - but I'm not sure you want to go with an online product...

I myself first use Adobe Illustrator and then Photoshop for more artsy feel to the cards... The only thing that I like about Magic Set Editor was the Font! :P

Tbone
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Haha excellent thanks!

Haha excellent thanks!

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Don't forget the every

Don't forget the every popular and ridiculously flexible Deckromancy (http://deckromancy.com/). You can demo it here on this site - http://tradingcardmaker.net/

I'm using this now to build my decks. It allows you to create card templates for reuse when setting up sets, add and remove ANY element you can think of and restructure the format that has been dictated by MTG and Pokémon. If you're looking to get a unique look, then this is your app. If you're willing to stick with Yu-Gi-Oh and MTG card schemes, then Magic Set Editor and YuGiCo card creator (http://yugico.com/yugioh-card-creator) may be your best friends.

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http://www.boardgamegeek.com/
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Deckromancy- Print Multiple Cards per Page?

I decided to check out Deckromancy, based on the recommendations in this thread. Can anyone tell me if it's possible for this application to print multiple cards per page? And if so, how do I get it to do that?

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