There were two significant changes I recently made to Crazier Eights: Camelot: (1) Three new cards were added/replaced. (2) The art is now more consistent with a focus on more realistic art styles. Continue reading
Crazier Eights originally had four colors, each with the same thirteen cards. Crazier Eights: Camelot has fifty three different cards, each with a different ability. The cards are inspired by the world of the King Arthur stories, and it has a lot of the key elements and characters from those stories. Let’s take a closer look at some of those characters and how the ability relates to what the card represents.
Note (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.
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The Second Edition will now be called Crazier Eights: Camelot. For more information go here. Here are some ideas for logos that say Camelot. The main logo is still the regular Crazier Eights logo, but the set will have its own logo. Which one do you prefer?
I have decided that the Second Edition of Crazier Eights should have a clear theme. It already had multiple characters from the King Arthur stories and I increased the Arthurian theme. Some of the cards that already had an Arthurian theme have been changed, the card images of some cards have been changed to be more consistent with the Arthurian theme, some cards have been renamed to have an Arthurian theme, and some cards were replaced to have more cards with the Arthurian theme. Continue reading