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The ultimate edition of Spheres of Power, the 5-star magic system, compiled into a single volume! (For Pathfinder)
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Next Stretch Goal Down: Sphere Decks

Posted by Adam Meyers (Creator)
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Sphere Decks are something we've wanted to do for a while, and have debated whether or not they'd require a kickstarter to make given how expensive deck-printing can be. Since we conveniently have a kickstarter going on right now in the form of Ultimate Spheres of Power, this seems like the best time and place.

Each deck will contain the powers and talents of a given sphere in a handy deck format, allowing for ease of collecting and growing powers, helping new players maneuver their abilities, and just the sheer fun of playing a sphere power as a card combo.

Each deck can be added as a separate $15 add-on, or the entire set of 20 (plus any additional spheres unlocked during this campaign) decks as a single $250 add-on. 

Next up is new, updated character sheets, and tomorrow we'll upload what people are really waiting for; the stretch goals for increased page-count and other content.

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    1. Adam Meyers 6-time creator on

      @Lewis: The price of physical decks.
      @Jeremy: Yeah
      @Kevin: I'll add an option.

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      Kevin Peters
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      I have the same question as Lewis. I want them all but could only afford to add one or two. If there was a PDF, I would much prefer to buy that, and to print the sphere powers I need at home and as I need them.

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      Jeremy Daugherty on

      How do we pay for the decks and secondary addons exactly? do we just choose our initial pledge then add on the extras?

    4. Lewis Crown
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      Is this the cost for physical decks or for PDFs of the decks? Will there even be a PDF version of the decks?