Card of the month: Elvish Archer

This is the first card ever entered on the aminduna card database and it features this great elvish drawing by Kathrin Polikeit (Kitty).

Artwork from Battle for Wesnoth, used under GNU GPLv2

Card of the day: Gate to Menin

This card is a sneak preview of the upcoming set 5. It is a reference to the war casualties memorial gate in the city of Ypres, Belgium. The words 'never again' sound a bit sad and bitter these days.

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Ghazw

In pre-Islamic nomadic Bedouin culture, ghazw was a form of limited warfare verging on brigandage that avoided head-on confrontations and instead emphasized raiding and looting, usually of livestock.

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Am’s Dam

It turns out that Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands was actually founded by orcs.

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Second Sons’ Army Camp

For those who didn’t figure out the ‘Cutpuse Imp’ reference. Here’s another hint

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day:
Lobotomized Library

It's the story of Howard Dully, who was diagnosed of schizophrenia at age 4 by Neurologist W. Freeman, although other psychiatric professionals did not detect any disorder. At age 12, Dully was submitted by his father and stepmom for a trans-orbital lobotomy, performed by Dr. Freeman.

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Today brings us a new set of features. We've integrated the video and audio chat of the great open source project jitsi.meet in arcmage!

When Santi asked me, “How do you envision the ‘Cutpurse Imp’ artwork?”, I replied “Why don’t we pay homage to the funniest, wicked and by far greatest character of one of the best fantasy series ever made.” If you look closely you’ll find a slight resemblance with Mr. Peter Dinklage, who did an amazing job bringing the fictional character to life.

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from arcmage.org - CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Deadly Shock

We just couldn’t resit to put some lightning on this one… I wonder why 😉 In the first version of the artwork Santi started with a blue dressed mage, but that wouldn’t do for a Red Banner card, would it now?

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Outmaneuvered

The message in the flavor text was sent by ‘Armadant’. He’s a kind of secret police man in the awesome magic-meets-french-revolution books written by Brian McClellan. His Powder Mage Trilogy is must read for every fantasy addict!

Artwork by Santiago Iborra from wtactics.org/arcmage.org available under CC BY-SA-4

Card of the day: Darker Knight

The darker knight contains a doulbe wink. Of course it’s a reference to the epic Batman films, but it’s also a reference to a well known iconic card, just a bit darker then black.

Artwork by Emilien Rotival from Battle for Wesnoth, used under GNU GPLv2

Arcmage players already know of Santiago Iborra, our main artist and illustrator, due to the awesome card drawings.

Now players can enjoy his artwork as the background playmat!

The Arcmage card game has always been focused on high quality paper cards.

But finally, thanks to the involvement of our growing community the web game is starting to shape up!

While still minimalist, we've got lots of GUI improvements and new sound effects.

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