It's time to ask for some feedback! We've reached the pointy end of the graphic design stage with Handwritten's first game, Halfling Heist, and have come to the dreaded discussion of font selection.
(Further details for Halfling Heist can be found here for reference: http://www.handwrittengames.com/games/halfling-heist)
I have attached an image with the two basic ideas we have so far for the font to be used on the card copy. One is a no-nonsense sans serif, the other a bouncy handwritten script. These aren't the final choices for the fonts, they're just suggestions in the directions we could go.
The theories of the two options are that the sans serif is best for legibility, whereas the script has more character to it.
The card attached to this post is the most verbose in the entire game. The rest of the decks generally feature no more than three lines at most.
Given the theme and style of the game (casual, humourous, fantasy), which direction do you think would be better pursued? Legibility, or character?
And theory aside, which font do you prefer on the card?
All feedback appreciated!