Conventional Improv Releases Their version of Cards Against Humanity to the Fandom: Cards Against Gallifrey
Good news everyone! Fans of the popular in-your-face card game Cards Against Humanity can play their own fandom version with Doctor Who themed cards: Cards Against Gallifrey
If you don’t know what Cards Against Humanity is, in a nutshell, it’s an open sourced Apples to Apples; they’re a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike. So basically, it’s all the cards you wished Apples to Apples published, like the things you bite your tongue not to say at the beginning of the night, but are offensively yelling out by the third round.
In honor of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, the comedy group Conventional Improv performed a Doctor Who variation of Cards Against Humanity, and now you can see the cards on imgur or even download the deck at Dropcanvas and print them out yourself, and maybe even add to your existing Cards Against Humanity collection.
Be prepared: Cards Against Gallifrey is wittily hilarious, and as i09 warns, “it’s crude, offensive, and imagines most of the cast naked.”
So bake up those fish fingers and whip up some custard, because it’s going to be a long night.