PrincessTrouble wrote: rousselle wrote:
I think I posted on KS, but I'll mention it here; I love the way this deck came out, and I'm very happy I backed it. Great job, team!
How do the cards feel and handle? These were printed by WJP, right? I'm curious about the quality (stock/finish, not questioning the artwork/design).
So, I am not a professional cardist, and my skillz will certainly lack the nuance of many of our other members here. That said, these feel and handle to me like the EPCC/LPCC decks, and even smell like them (although, I have not done a side-by-side sniff test, and for all I know, these may smell more like the printer RJ Tomlinson used on his Civil War deck than like other EPCC/LPCC decks I have). The cut is profoundly smooth. I love the way these feel, although they don't feel like my *favorite* EPCC/LPCC finish (I don't recall which one that is). That said, the box says that they were manufactured in China (but doesn't say who by). So... If this is the same producer Robert used from China, *wow* have they improved! If it's the house the produced Titans, again, they have improved.
I have not yet added these to my rotation of decks that I use for card games with my boys at night; I'll have to add it in and see how this deck stands up against the others. I will say that the Civil War deck, although it never fanned worth a damn (and these do fan well, right out of the box, by the way), was quite sturdy.
Which manufacturer is WJT again? Is that the one Robert used?