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The Golden Antlers Presents: Cards Against The Claremont Colleges

 

You didn’t know you needed it, but now you’re not sure if you can live without it:  finally The Golden Antlers has produced our very own expansion pack for your favorite party game Cards Against Humanity.  For those of you who don’t know, Cards Against Humanity is a terrible game for horrible people.  It’s like Apples to Apples – but politically uncorrect and extremely offensive.  We are pleased to present to you our very own Claremont-themed version of the game to add to your own existing set or play with on its own.

We ask but one thing of you, a $3-$5 donation to fund our dear writers who stay up late and slave away at the factories to produce the piping hot comedy we serve to you weekly.  “$3-$5, that’s a steal!” you may say, “why, that’s only 12-15 gumballs!”  And you would be right.  Please – before you download and play away – consider donating so that our poor, unpaid writers may feel self-worth for once in their sad little lives.

Donate Here!:
Donate Button with Credit Cards

Download Here!:

1.  White Cards

2.  Cards of Color

If you would like more information on the original game, or to download the rules, please click here.

** Bonus Deal! **

For $20: we will professionally print our expansion pack card set and mail them to you! (inquire at thegoldenstagonline@gmail.com )

For $100: we will do the above PLUS send you a very detailed (and possibly disturbing) love letter listing reasons why we appreciate you.

– Concept by Ender Wiggin CMC ’15

– Game by (in alphabetical order)  Ben Turner CMC ’16, Clancy Tripp CMC ’15, Ellie McElvain SCR ’14, Emily Armstrong SCR ’16, Ender Wiggin CMC ’15, Liat Kaplan CMC ’17, Reid Mitchell POM ’16, Sean “Why is He Still Contributing” McQueen CMC ’13, Theresa Iker SCR ’14, Zach Miller POM ’17

P.S. : Think you’ve got what it takes? Send any additions or suggestions for our game to thegoldenstagonline@gmail.com and we’ll be sure to include it in future editions.

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  1. Charging for a printed version of the original card set seems like a pretty clear violation of the creative commons license under which they are made available.

     

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