Vampire: The Eternal Struggle

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A booster pack bearing the game's old name.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle, originally named Jyhad, is a card game based on White Wolf's World of Darkness setting (Vampire: The Masquerade). It was designed by Richard Garfield and has the distinction of not being as broken as Magic. Garfield learned from his mistakes and created a game that wouldn't have arbitrary card limits, and play better, faster, and more balanced. He did this, but he had already created a monster with Magic, not to mention a bunch of religious fools got pissed off that the game was called Jyhad. So the cardgame never lasted long enough to get arbitrary card limits.

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Card Games
Collectible
Card Games:
Call of Cthulhu - Cardfight!! Vanguard - Force of Will - Jyhad - Magi-Nation Duel
Magic: The Gathering - Netrunner - Pokémon - Star Wars: Destiny CCG - Yu-Gi-Oh
Other
Card Games:
1000 Blank White Cards - 7th Sea - Apples to Apples - Bang! - Cards Against Humanity
Coup - Decktet - Dominion - Dvorak - F.A.T.A.L. - Mafia - Mag Blast - Mao
Munchkin - Race for the Galaxy - Sentinels of the Multiverse - Tanto Cuore
Traditional
Card Games:
Mahjong - Patience - Poker - Tarot