Pantheon Spoiler (Updated 4-2-2020)

pantheon cards3Crazier Eights: Pantheon is a smaller Crazier Eights game of 33 cards that can either be played as a stand alone for 2-3 players, or it can be mixed into Crazier Eights: Olympus. It has a Greek mythology theme. (More information.)

This spoiler was updated 3-19-2020, 3-23-2020, 3-29-2020, and 4-2-2020.

It will be made if we reach $2,000 for the Crazier Eights: Olympus Kickstarter campaign, seen here.

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Crazier Eights: Avalon Spoiler (Updated 7/10/2017)

avalon cardsI have been working on an expansion for Crazier Eights: Camelot — Avalon. It will be 33 new cards that can be played by two players, or shuffled into the Camelot deck. It makes it so at least two more people can pay the Camelot game (six instead of four). If it is large enough, it will also be enough cards for a two or three player game.

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Spoiler for Crazier Eights: Camelot (Updated 9/20/16)

camelot cards3Note (6/30/17): This is an older prototype of Crazier Eights: Camelot. The newer version can be seen here.

Camelot is the Arthurian-themed Crazier Eights set (the Second Edition). An older version of the Second Edition can be found here. A prototype of all the cards can be found below. The final version could be somewhat different, but will be very similar to what is shown here.

To see the current rules for Crazier Eights: Camelot, go here.

Crazier Eights: Camelot will have a Kickstarter campaign in February or March 2017. To keep up with any relevant Crazier Eights news and updates, you should join the Newsletter.

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Crazier Eights First Edition Spoiler (Updated 5/5/14)

first editionUpdate (8/4/15): This spoiler is a out of date. Go here to see the current spoiler.

One great thing about Crazier Eights is that there can be multiple versions of the game that have a different variety of cards. I have four main versions I have been working on. I feel that Series 1 is now at the point that it could be worth publishing. I will present all the cards below. You can take a look at let me know if you think anything should be improved.

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