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Do you sometimes joke that playing solitaire will drive you insane one day? Why not make that day today with this Cthulhu Playing Cards Gift Set?

This set comes with an officially-licensed deck of Call of Cthulhu playing cards and a Sigil of the Gateway collectible coin. The cards are appropriately horrific. Basically, the longer you look at them the more disgusting they become. (Thanks a lot, Shane Tyree.) And although you can use the coin as a dealer button or a card cover, we suggest you use it as a challenge coin to get free drinks out of your friends. Because nobody’s going to argue with the Necronomicon.

Note: We almost went insane trying to read everybody’s name in crazy font off of a paused video of the key card that came with the original Kickstarter deck because we knew you’d want to know who everybody was without having to make our customer service folks say the names outloud. They do not get hazard pay, but the monkeys at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ do after an exploding helicopter event one holiday….

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