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Prism Night v2 Playing Cards Deck LPCC

$19.99 USD
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Prism Night v2 Playing Cards Deck LPCC

$19.99 USD
 per 

Prism Night v2 Playing Cards

Prism: Night will is printed by Legends Playing Card Company (LPCC), using their Diamond finish on casino grade black core imported paper stock. The box comes with 54 standard poker sized playing cards. 

LPCC produces the highest class of playing cards due to their innovation and attention to detail with exceptional durability, ultra-precise printing registration, and the ‘glass like’ edges of their signature ‘Diamond Cut’ process. 

The aces have retained their traditional forms, but each one has a different radial focal point which highlights their form. 

The court cards have been designed to be reminiscent of traditional form while still being unique. The warm light radiates out from their objects, illuminating every detail of their specially crafted forms. 

The Jokers were uniquely designed to be the ultimate expression of prismatic reflective light. 4 rays of light; shining from a singularity and reflecting off one edge revealing the color below gives perfect finale to the theme of the deck.

The card back is a true 2-way image, combining the bold radial lines with the beauty of light reflecting through a prism. The backs are printed without the special gloss layer to maximize ease of shuffling, dealing and cardistry. The hypnotic pattern looks great in fans and flourishes! 

 The Prism ‘Night’ deck comes packaged in a predominantly black tuckbox with intricate textured high gloss regions accentuating the radial light. This is the same shiny smooth gloss ink as the card faces, so you can feel the patterned design under your fingers. 

Please note: Our current stock of this deck does not have a tuck seal.

 

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Steven
Day, Dusk, and now, Night

I do like the series as a whole due to beautiful design and artwork. This deck in particular has some unique designs that isn't in the other decks. I do enjoy the faces of the cards more than the backs. This is definitely a deck of cards that could be used in family fun nights and what not. Like a previous review said, I do enjoy the UV coating because it reflects light in a way that's visually appealing. The only thing about the series is that the handling of the cards just isn't quite right, close but no bacon. it's a minor thing but still a great deck of cards

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EndersGame Reviewer
Colourful decks, with a special visual & tactile printing effect

This deck is part of a series of three (along with Prism Dusk and Day), exploring the effect of splitting light through a prism. They were a world-first in how they used UV gloss ink on all the faces, creating a unique experience that is very visual and tactile. Combining the rainbow refraction concept with a glossy layer was a natural fit, in order to maximize the effect of colours and texture. The tuck box of the Prism Night deck adds a holographic seal for even better looks, in keeping with the colourful theme.

The cards depict rays of light that all emerge from one point. The use of rainbow colours on a black background of the cards themselves helps make flourishes and fans look very pretty, and the spiral lines on the card-backs serve to accentuate a colourful effect. These card backs also feature shapes of all four pips, and how they would look if caught in the prismatic light. The direction of the lines on the cards is all very deliberate and thoughtful, and that's where the prism concept comes in.

The effect is enhanced by the raised gloss layer on the face of the cards. In the case of the court cards, the gloss is applied to the radial pattern but also to the entire characters, for an impressive glossy look. Because of the UV gloss that has been applied, when you hold up the cards to the light, the light sparkles off in different angles and colours, in a very eye-catching and satisfying way. Aninnovative and stylish deck! - BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame

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Based on 2 reviews
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Steven
Day, Dusk, and now, Night

I do like the series as a whole due to beautiful design and artwork. This deck in particular has some unique designs that isn't in the other decks. I do enjoy the faces of the cards more than the backs. This is definitely a deck of cards that could be used in family fun nights and what not. Like a previous review said, I do enjoy the UV coating because it reflects light in a way that's visually appealing. The only thing about the series is that the handling of the cards just isn't quite right, close but no bacon. it's a minor thing but still a great deck of cards

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EndersGame Reviewer
Colourful decks, with a special visual & tactile printing effect

This deck is part of a series of three (along with Prism Dusk and Day), exploring the effect of splitting light through a prism. They were a world-first in how they used UV gloss ink on all the faces, creating a unique experience that is very visual and tactile. Combining the rainbow refraction concept with a glossy layer was a natural fit, in order to maximize the effect of colours and texture. The tuck box of the Prism Night deck adds a holographic seal for even better looks, in keeping with the colourful theme.

The cards depict rays of light that all emerge from one point. The use of rainbow colours on a black background of the cards themselves helps make flourishes and fans look very pretty, and the spiral lines on the card-backs serve to accentuate a colourful effect. These card backs also feature shapes of all four pips, and how they would look if caught in the prismatic light. The direction of the lines on the cards is all very deliberate and thoughtful, and that's where the prism concept comes in.

The effect is enhanced by the raised gloss layer on the face of the cards. In the case of the court cards, the gloss is applied to the radial pattern but also to the entire characters, for an impressive glossy look. Because of the UV gloss that has been applied, when you hold up the cards to the light, the light sparkles off in different angles and colours, in a very eye-catching and satisfying way. Aninnovative and stylish deck! - BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame