Here's a very basic inventory of The Dragon's Demand Campaign Deck.
- 11 Item Cards: 4 Weapons, 1 Armor, and 6 pieces of miscellaneous equipment.
- 19 Face Cards: 8 humans or near-humans, 4 kobolds, 1 dragon, 1 raven, 1 mummy, and 4 demonic-looking monsters.
- 24 Plot Cards: Quests, plot points, and goals for characters in the campaign.
Why Do I Mention This?Though I don't currently run or play in a Pathfinder game, I have nonetheless been purchasing Paizo's Game Mastery cards for years. I find the Item Cards and Face Cards very helpful for a variety of RPGs, and have made extensive use of them in the Warhammer FRP campaign I'm running. ("The Enemy Within" is so complex, having visual aids to track the dozens of NPCs is really great.)
Recently, Paizo released the first installment of "Campaign Cards", which are a combined pack of Items, Faces, and "Plot Cards" for use with a specific adventure. Since I have no intentions of running that campaign, I wasn't sure if they'd prove as helpful for general gaming as the other decks have been. I searched online for a card list or other details, but none of the reviews ever mentioned the break down of Items to Faces to Plots. If it had half a dozen plot cards and 40 more useful cards (which it didn't), it wouldn't seem like such a bad deal. So, I bit the bullet and bought the deck. As it turns out, I'm not very happy with that decision.
I'm probably not the only GM who repurposes these decks for other gaming, so I figure posting this card inventory might save someone $10.