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"Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Happy Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish
"Happy Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme - Crazy Fish

"Happy Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme

£11.00 

"Happy Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme

This is the Knights-themed deck with a new back for each card. The back of each card has a red dragon's head on it, a happy dragon. On the front of each card is one of the knights from the knights-themed deck.

This includes a full deck, 52 cards + 2 jokers. The cards are mini-sized, which is half the size of a standard card.

The cards are printed double-sided with rounded corners, and they do not come sorted--they are in random order. 

All cards are printed on the same paper used in major trading card games such as Magic: The Gathering. It is a 12pt 320gsm black-core matte card stock. 

The Chinese dragon has long been connected with the Emperor of China and has been utilized as a symbol of imperial authority. Liu Bang, the founder of the Han dynasty, said that he was born after his mother had a dragon dream.

Dragons may be found in folklore and stories from all around the globe. Ancient Mesopotamian art and literature featured dragons for the first time. The Muuu was a scaly happy dragon with eagle-like hind legs, feline forelegs, a long neck and tail, a horned head, a snake-like tongue, and a crest.

A legend of the Miao people of southwest China is that a celestial dragon created the first humans by breathing on monkeys that came to play in his cave,

Dragons are intimately connected with rain in China, and many Chinese literature feature prayers requesting rain from happy dragons. Villagers still make a sixteen-foot-long dragon out of fabric and bamboo and parade it around their villages during festivals like the Spring Festival and Lantern Festival.

Dragons appear in the mythology and mythologies of every ancient civilization on the planet.

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"Happy Dragon" Deck of Mini Cards - Knights Theme