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Fantasy card game review

The Fantasy Card Game is not really much of a GAME. It is, however, a nicely-produced deck of cards with detailed suggestions for sexual fantasy role-play scenarios. The cards contain suggestions for props and locations, and enough character description and back-story to get you started on a great fantasy!
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Pros:
Nice selection of scenarios; detailed breakdowns of characters and plots
Cons:
Deck could be slightly better produced
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
I am a huge advocate of sexual fantasy role-play, and have a closet full of role-playing costumes|Sexy costume play fantasies to prove it. Thus, I always jump on products that offer suggestions for role-play scenarios. The Fantasy Card Game|Fantasy card game is a fairly nicely designed deck of cards that offers a variety of role-playing ideas, supposedly to enhance monogamous relationships and reduce incidents of infidelity (according to the instructions). Whatever. It does contain some nice role-playing suggestions, and that is my primary interest; to what use each couple puts them is their own concern.

What the Fantasy Card Game really is NOT is a game. It contains two dice, and requires two die rolls which are solely used to determine which member of the couple gets to draw a random card. End of the “game” aspect.

Even without it being truly a game, I found the Fantasy Card deck to be full of entertaining suggestions. There are 18 different scenario cards, and most of the usual suspects are here: “Teacher/Student,” “Bar Slut/Stranger,” “Civilian/Cop,” “Older Man/Younger Woman,” “Call Girl/Client,” “French Maid/Millionaire,” and many others. The only one that really left me kind of cold was the “Gynecologist/Patient” scenario—eew! “Doctor/Patient” I could have handled gracefully, but “Gynecologist” is just a little too specific for my comfort. But, to each his or her own, right? Some people might love it!

Each card begins with a short breakdown of both the male and female roles, and assigns one as “Aggressive” and the other as “Passive.” (This deck IS geared toward the heterosexual couple, though many of the scenarios could be adapted for same-sex couples.) It then follows with a detailed description of the scenario, complete with some dialogue to get you started. Finally it wraps up with suggestions for locations, optional costumes and accessories, and general suggestions for props or ways of enhancing the fantasy (like having sex in a secluded location or preparing some fantasies a few days in advance with notes slipped into his briefcase). A few of the scenarios are repeated, but with a different twist. For example, the “French Maid/Millionaire” scenario is presented once with her as the aggressor, and once with him as the aggressor, and there is a Stripper scenario presented in two different settings with different “plots.”

The cards are large and sturdy, and have vivid full-color glossy backs. The front of the cards is covered entirely in text, and presented in a non-glossy format, making the presentation functional and pleasant, but not exactly slick. Still, I think the deck has enough fun suggestions to make it well worth the money for those who enjoy, or are looking to explore, sexual role-play.
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