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What game is this method of NPC generation using playing cards from?
It uses a standard deck of playing cards. Thirteen cultural influences, laws, or taboos are assigned to the ranks of the cards, and the suit determines whether the character is an exemplar of that ...
Jul 4 '13 at 14:35
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