A Living Card Game (LCG) offers an innovative fixed distribution method that breaks away from the traditional Collectible Card Game model. While LCGs still offer the same dynamic, expanding, and constantly evolving game play that makes CCG's so much fun, they do away with the deterrent of the blind-buy purchase model that has burned out so many players. The end result is an innovative mix that gives you the best of both worlds!
The Core Set is the heart of a LCG. Each LCG's Core Set is a completely self-contained game experience packed with content, including high-quality game pieces and immersive game aides designed to enhance play. Additionally, each Core Set contains multiple decks that provide an exciting and infinitely replayable game experience right out of the box. To learn more visit fantasyflightgames.com.
I've been playing A Game of Thrones since 2006 and have been running ALOT of LCG events since 2009. I have been playing and running events for Netrunner, The Star Wars LCG and for 40K Conquest since their release.
I play other board games along with the many LCG's. When I'm not gaming I'm most likely spending time with my wife and 4 kids (and trying to get them to play games with me.) If you are interested in learning more the best way to reach me is via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Weiss Schwarz is a Japanese collectible card game created by Bushiroad. The game is separated into Weiss-side and Schwarz-side. Weiss and Schwarz are German for white and black, respectively. As a general rule, series under Weiss usually have better card effects when compared to those series under Schwarz. However, with the newer series entering the respective sides, there is not much difference between the two. Learn more at the official website.
If it comes in card shapes or was on Kickstarter, Yu Yao plays it. Often quoted for claiming "I'm King of Games." The best way to contact Yu Yao is through Facebook