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Phread
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Downloadable Game Card DB Mon, 31 May 2010 23:29
Is there a downloadable copy of the Game Card Database.
The online version is a great reference, but it would also be good if there was a version one could save for offline reference.

Is there a PDF (or other) file version of the Game Card DB?
Where can I find it?

Thanks in advance
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Re:Downloadable Game Card DB Tue, 01 June 2010 05:39
No not yet, though it would be a good idea and we hope to one day. Right now we're busy with something more urgent though. Razz

[Updated on: Tue, 01 June 2010 05:39]

      
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Re:Downloadable Game Card DB Tue, 01 June 2010 06:00
Did you know that most of the Summary cards are available as actual cards in the Air Pack? They are also available in a smaller version in the Official FAQ.

In addition, every rule covered in the Summary Cards are also available in the Player Aid that I recently updated. I do seem to remember seeing a PDF file that some player had created that had all the Summary cards...does anyone else remember that? Confused

Anyway, good luck in the search and welcome to the forum! Smile
      
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Re:Downloadable Game Card DB Tue, 01 June 2010 22:08
rasmussen81 wrote on Tue, 01 June 2010 00:00

Did you know that most of the Summary cards are available as actual cards in the Air Pack?

Yes, as I have the Air Pack.

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They are also available in a smaller version in the Official FAQ.

In addition, every rule covered in the Summary Cards are also available in the Player Aid that I recently updated. I do seem to remember seeing a PDF file that some player had created that had all the Summary cards...does anyone else remember that? Confused

Anyway, good luck in the search and welcome to the forum! Smile

Thanks for the welcome. I've been reading posts for a while but never needed to post.

I've got & printed your player aid - thanks again.

What I do for now is screen snap the missing cards while viewing the card db, paste the image in GIMP, edit & resize, paste couple of cards into one file to be printed. Slow but it works.

I'd hoped for a Card DB PDF. It isn't a game breaker that isn't available

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Re:Downloadable Game Card DB Wed, 02 June 2010 05:48
If you copied all the cards in the game card database to Word or
Publisher to print out...

1. Would making such a document for yourself be considered fair use?

2. Would posting such a document be in violation of copyright?
      
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Re:Downloadable Game Card DB Wed, 02 June 2010 23:15
1. yes, as long as it's for yourself, it would be fair use.

2. we'd rather not have you do that, because in addition to the copyright issue, it would mistakenly lead people to think this is an official and up to date document when it might not be. There is a reason why we put this into an online database, rather than a static downloadable document, after all.

That being said, we understand the need for being able to consult these cards off line without necessarily having the whole deck of cards with you. This is something that we will address in due time.

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