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You Can Now Play A Game Of Thrones Themed ‘Cards Against Humanity’

by : L'Oreal Blackett on : 26 May 2019 15:41
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Still looking for ways to indulge in all things Game of Thrones, especially after *that* controversial ending?

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Well, dust off your Iron Throne and grab a chalice of craft service coffee, because Cards Against Thrones will get your party chit-chat turning bluer than a night north of the Wall.

The house-party favourite – a funny and filthy fill-in-the-blank game – now includes the funniest cards in all of Westeros, so you can practice your put downs to see if your tongue is as sharp as Ser Bronn of the Blackwater’s.

You Can Now Play A Game Of Thrones Themed 'Cards Against Humanity' DeckYou Can Now Play A Game Of Thrones Themed 'Cards Against Humanity' DeckCards Against Thrones

In case you’ve been hiding in Bottom’s End for the last few years, the rules are simple. A deck is made of 300 black and white cards. One player flips over a black card, which is printed a sentence with at least one blank. All the other players choose the funniest card in their hands, and the winner gets a point.

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Have you got the wit to bring down a White Walker or could you talk your way from the edge of the Moon Door?

You Can Now Play A Game Of Thrones Themed 'Cards Against Humanity' DeckYou Can Now Play A Game Of Thrones Themed 'Cards Against Humanity' DeckCards Against Thrones

Cards Against Thrones doesn’t appear to be on sale anywhere online and something tells us it’s not licensed by either Cards Against Humanity, Game of Thrones or HBO.

Want to feel incredibly let down after some massive hype? That seems somewhat authentic.

Maybe this is a lesson for us all. Go and play outside or something.

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L'Oreal Blackett

L'Oréal Blackett is a freelance journalist, broadcaster, and presenter with a lot of hair and a lot to say. A former digital magazine editor covering women's issues and local news, she now works for a range of media publications including BBC Radio Manchester, Bumble and of course, UNILAD.

Topics: Film and TV, Board Games, Cards Against Humanity, Game of Thrones