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Leak No. 24 >> Cards >> The Free 30, Part Five

Here are the final six cards needed to assemble the Demo Version Deck! You'll notice that the 30th "card"--the sixth one on this sheet--is blank, in case you feel like devising a card of your own for your play group.

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Click on the image to get them as a PDF!  Before too long we'll have put all five pages together as a single PDF, and we'll provide you with a "back" to the cards as well.   

Leak No. 23 >> Cards >> The Free 30, Part Four

Six more cards for the Demo Version Deck!

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Click on the image to get them as a PDF... and then feel free to print them at home to continue assembly of your Demo Version Deck!

Leak No. 22 >> Cards >> The Free 30, Part Three

Six more cards for the Demo Version Deck!

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Click on the image to get them as a PDF... and then feel free to print them at home to continue assembly of your Demo Version Deck!

Leak No. 21 >> Cards >> The Free 30, Part Two

Six more cards for the Demo Version Deck!

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Click on the image to get them as a PDF... and then feel free to print them at home to continue assembly of your Demo Version Deck!  Oh, and in case you didn't hear through any of our other channels... you can now pre-order a physical copy of the game in the Inevitable store. $49.95!

Leak No. 20 >> Cards >> The Free 30, Part One

OK.  It's time to shift into a higher gear.  Those of you who watched our Kickstarter pitch video may recall our promise to release a "Demo Version," a fully-playable version of Inevitable that could be downloaded and printed from home.  And now, we're going to begin making good on that promise.  Over the next two months, we're going to release the following: 

  • updated and graphically redesigned versions of five playable Groups
  • the board (in nine tiles)
  • the "Citizen's Manual" (a rulebook) and the "Glorious Progress!" supplement (a guide to the board)
  • 30 cards from the 64-card FATE deck

We'll begin with the cards:  here are six for your perusal.

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Click on the image to get them as a PDF... and then feel free to print them at home to begin assembly of your Demo Version Deck!  More next Friday!

Vacation

There will be no Friday Leak this week; the Leak-Bot is on vacation. (Doing another huge batch of playtesting, actually.)

Leak No. 19 >> Scrip >> $50

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And today we conclude our preview of Inevitable's money with this bill, featuring the terrifying beauty of Kali, the inebriating darkness / benevolent mother / destroyer goddess of Hindu myth, seen here in her ten-armed Mahakali form. BEHOLD!

50 dollar-dollar bill yall

And one final reminder: our Kickstarter fundraising campaign has only three days remaining.  We've bypassed our initial goal ($3000) by a nearly incoherent amount, and are pushing on to our "stretch goal" ($8500). This seemed completely impossible but we're only $125 away. Who will be the one to put us over the top? It could be you

Leak No. 18 >> Scrip >> $100

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OK, so, the future's Pantheon of Gods is more than just Dobbsheads and Flying Spaghetti Monsters. Naturally, it also contains some of the more traditional figures from World Religion as well. The hundred dollar bill features a pair of All-Stars reporting in from Monotheistic Western Civilization: the esteemed Jesus "Superstar" Christ, and his shadowy counterpart Satan "the Adversary" Morningstar.

hundred dollar-dollar bill yall

Half the hundred-dollar-bills in the game depict Jesus, and half depict Satan: feel free to stockpile whichever you believe to be less (more?) blasphemous.

Leak No. 17 >> Scrip >> $10

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Today's link is a third piece of the play money / company scrip that comes with Inevitable. Reverend Ivan Stang himself gave us the clearance to feature the familiar, leering visage of J. R. "Bob" Dobbs, from the Church of the SubGenius

 $10 dollar-dollar bill y'all

[The portrait of J.R. "Bob" Dobbs is a trademark of SubGenius Foundation  and is used with permission.]

Leak No. 16 >> Scrip >> $20

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Today's link is a second piece of the play money / company scrip that comes with Inevitable, featuring a familiar face [?] from the future's Pantheon of Gods: the Flying Spaghetti Monster

 $20 dollar-dollar bill y'all

Clicking the thumbnail will reveal the entire bill--which will also reveal that the upper right-hand corner of the bill has a blank quadrant, where some icon will eventually go.  Want to leave your mark on the game?  Lex Terenchin, the bill's artist, is opening the floor for suggestions.

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