Dvorak Export: Infinite Dvorak deck/Flavor set

To import this deck into the Dvorak MUSH Engine, just cut and paste the quoted commands below straight into your telnet window. (Any card whose type is neither "Thing" nor "Action" will default to "Thing"; if it was somehow meant to be played like an Action, just destroy it after playing it.)

(You can also get an output formatted for the Dvorax Engine.)

Regenerate this output, minus the cards created by a comma-separated list of users:
skipcard No Tea/T/Give this card to any player when it is played. You may draw cards only on your turn, and you may draw at most one card per turn. If you play or control "Tea", destroy this card. ("You are carrying: an atomic vector plotter, the thing your aunt gave you which you don't know what it is, and no tea.")
skipcard The Internet is Serious Business (8U)/A/Each player that controls more or fewer Things than you discards two cards. ("And that's why everyone who doesn't agree with me is an idiot.")
skipcard Rejected (2D)/T/The first time each turn that a proposed card is rejected, that card's creator discards two cards, then draws a card. ("You're watching the Family Learning Channel. And now, angry ticks fire out of my nipples!")
skipcard Time Machine/T/Whenever you skip a turn, place a time counter on this.%r%rAt the beginning of your turn, if this has 5 or more time counters on it, you win the game. ("It's essentially a cardboard box, and on the outside of it I wrote "Time Machine" in Sharpie.")
skipcard Unplugged Refrigerator/T/Action: Destroy this card to destroy 3 adjacent Things which are all under the control of the same player. ("Gonna fall on you!")
skipcard sudo rm -rf //A/One opponent of your choice must think of a reasonably common English word. If you can guess this word within three tries, all Things are destroyed, all hands are discarded, and everyone draws a new hand. ("I told you password was a bad password!")
skipcard Codpiece/T/Action: Fire crotch-based laser - Destroy a Thing. ("Why, God, why did you let this exist!?")
skipcard Monastic Lessons/T/Draw a card at the end of each turn of yours where you did not speak. (""I'm glad to see we've moved on past the duct tape."")
skipcard Wall of Wooden Fists/T/Each token counts as half a Thing. ("Why is this card called Wall of Wooden Fists?")
skipcard Determinator/T/Things cannot use their Action ability if they used it on the previous turn of their owner. (""I'll be back. I will be back! I will!"")
skipcard Apathy (Meh)/T/Disobey any cards you please. Including this one. ("I don't even care enough to finish this ca")
skipcard The Cask of <i>Rejected</i>/A/Secretly write the name of a Thing you controlled that was destroyed by target opponent. That player has 10 guesses or 1 minute, whichever comes first, to name it. If he or she can't, he or she is eliminated. ("For the love of God and all that is holy, Montresor! My anus is bleeding!")
skipcard Detrimental Side-Effects (5E)/T/You may play this into the control of any player.%r%rWhenever you play a Thing, you must destroy one of your tokens, if possible. ("...dizziness, nausea, headaches, nasal bleeding, skin discoloration, temporary or permanent hearing loss, suicidal depression, poverty and spontaneous combustion.")
skipcard Exploit Strange Vulnerabilities (E)/A/Each Thing in play whose text includes a special defense from destruction or removal from play loses that part of its text until the end of the turn and is destroyed. ("It's like a high-frequency kryptonite silver bullet and a stake through the heart, and it's yellow.")
skipcard You Are Eaten Alive By Ants/A/Eliminate the player who controls the most tokens. (""I put a magic spell on your tokens and they all turned into ants and ate you! Feel the sting of avarice!"")
skipcard Dramatic Chorale Singing (3M)/T/For 3 turn cycles after this card is played, nobody may play a card. After that, every player must play a Thing. Whenever an Action is played, double any numerical values in its text ('a' and 'an' are considered to be '1'). ("The stakes are higher! The tension is ratcheted! The drama is maxed! The Oscar is in the bag!")
skipcard Occam's Razor Blade/T/Action: Destroy the thing with the most words in its rules text. ("Chuck Norris shaves with this.")
skipcard Albert Camus/T/Action: Generate a zombie token. (""How do you know he didn't summon zombies? You don't even know who he was!"")
skipcard Midget Joke (9V)/A/The player with the fewest cards in their hand skips their next turn. ("The Midget's Rights groups around here aren't big enough to do anything about it.")
skipcard This Card has No Title (0)/T/All Things in play when this Thing comes into play, that have ruletext that applies to the Thing itself must add the text "with the exception of this card" after that rule. WIth the exception of this card. ("To understand recursion, the first step is to understand recursion.")
skipcard The Holy Hand Grenade Of Antioch/T/Action: Destroy this card to remove target thing from the game. ("...And Saint Attila raised the hand grenade up on high, saying, "O Lord, bless this Thy hand grenade that with it Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits, in Thy mercy."")
skipcard WKRP Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway/A/For each opponent, roll a die. Give that many Dead Turkey Tokens to that player, then roll another die and give half that many Turkey Tokens to that player.<BR>Destroy a random non-turkey thing for each living Turkey in play ("I swear to God I thought they could fly.")
skipcard Antichrist Superstar (666)/T/Action: Replace target living Thing with a strawberry candy token. ("'''"This guy is more popular than any rock band nowadays." - The Rolling Stone. "I have to tell to all these young groupies: I'm sorry, the Lord of D. is busy. A very disappointing job." - Pol Pot, Satan's personal butler.<BR>"I LOVE strawberry candy." - Satan'''")
skipcard Plato/T/When this comes into play, destroy all Things other than this. (""The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato." - Whitehead<BR> "You are all nothing but footnotes to me, suckers!" - Plato Himself")
skipcard Cthulu Sex Magazine/T/<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR> (""With a title like that you don't need to do anything."")
skipcard Half-Curse of Nemhotep/A/Gain a doom token. If you control two or more doom tokens, eliminate target player. (""What do you mean by >>it's not finished yet<<?!"")
skipcard Sabotage/A/Erase an Action ability of target Thing ("A wrench? Designed for monkeys????")
skipcard Silver Trophy/A/Leave the game as though you have won, but keep this card. When the game ends, You are considered to be one place behind any players who won, and one place above any players who lost. ("Its okay, Germany got 2nd in the war. They did alright.")
skipcard Fatal Mistake/A/Play in response to an opponent's action destroying a non-blue thing. Destroy all things, each player discards his hand, and eliminate the player who played the previous action. ("Should've cut the blue wire.")
skipcard Dim Matter Bolt/A/Target player discards a card and may not play actions next turn. ("Not as good as Dark Matter, but the savings are tremendous!")
skipcard Wall of Meat (5O)/T/When you play this, gain 3 Meat tokens. If one of your Things would be destroyed by an opponent, destroy a Meat token instead if possible. ("Think of it as an industrial-grade meat shield")
skipcard Faulty Chronoblast (6L)/A/Target opponent gains a copy of each thing he or she controls. (""You idiot! Plus is positive, minus is negative!"")
skipcard The Head of Vecna (1I)/T/When you gain control of The Head of Vecna, you may eliminate yourself. If you do, The Head of Vecna gains the text "Action:Eliminate an opponent" while you control it. ("The moral of this story is, do not cut your own head off unless you really really know what you are doing")
skipcard Some Your Base Are Belong To Us/A/Each opponent chooses a thing they control. For each thing not chosen, flip a coin and gain control of it on a heads. ("You have a small chance to survive make your time.<BR><BR>Ha Ha.")
skipcard Darksteel Phantom (DC)/T/Darksteel Phantom is indestuctible. Each turn, destroy a thing. If no other things remain, remove this card from the game. (""A ghost made of Darksteel? Isn't that like a solid gold trophy plated in tin?"")
skipcard Doing the Impossible/A/You may destroy any one card, as long as it cannot be destroyed. Cards that can be destroyed cannot be destroyed by this card. ("We can do the impossible! Now, continuing on from that, we can now sneakily do the possible.")
skipcard Evil-In-A-Can (9H)/T/If this Thing is destroyed, randomly discard two cards.%r%rAction:Each player destroys one of their Things. ("Remember kids, the raw forces of elemental evil are not a toy.")
skipcard Global Warming Hoax (2G)/T/At the start of your turn, move the top card of the draw pile to Up Your Sleeve. If you have 15 or more cards Up Your Sleeve, you win the game. ("1)Hack NASA's old climate data%r2)Invest in carbon credits%r3)???%r4)Profit")
skipcard Cosmic Might! (Q)/A/Destroy no less than 15 things in play. Skip your next turn. ("Hoo dawgy.")
skipcard Toaster with Fling Action/T/Action: put a toast counter on this card.%rRemove 3 toast counters: target opponent discards their hand. ("What does Fling Action mean?%r*flying toast burns hand*%roh.")
skipcard Paintball Wizard/T/When this enters play, choose its color.<BR>Action: Replace a word on target thing with this thing's color. The targeted thing must be a different color than Paintball Wizard. ("That red, red, and red kid sure red a red paintball.")
skipcard Master Plan Revealed (9E)/A/Gain control of all Things whose author is Bucky. If there are no such Things in play that you do not already control, discard your hand and draw five cards. ("You broadcast the speech before any agents were in place? You're fired!")
skipcard Tamper/A/Delete a sentence from target thing. ("Please note that all contributions to The Dvorak Game Wiki may be edited, altered, or removed by other contributors.")
skipcard Poisonous Mood (0A)/T/Each opponent discards a random card at the end of each of your turns. Whenever you take an Action or play a Thing, destroy Poisonous Mood. ("Armed with weapons-grade sarcasm and a mouthful of vitriol.")
skipcard Psychic/A/Pick a letter of the alphabet. Then draw and reveal cards until you draw a card with a cornervalue, and discard the rest. If the first letter in the cornervalue is the letter you chose, you win the game. ("This trick may only work 4% of the time, but when it does, it's totally worth it.")
skipcard Full Moon/A/Reveal your hand. Each opponent discards a card at random. (""I did NOT need to see that." - Jtwe")
skipcard Bottled Victory (5T)/T/When Bottled Victory is destroyed, target Thing gains the text "Action+Thing:Win the game". ("Ingredients: Water, Magic, High Fructose Corn Syrup, True Love, Sodium Benzoate to preserve freshness.")
skipcard Underestimate the Opposition/A/Target opponent who controls more non-token Things than you must destroy one of those Things or discard two cards. (""Oh. So there are ten THOUSAND of them." -eskimoboy")
skipcard Overestimate The Opposition/A/Each opponent chooses half their things and returns them to their hand. ("Oh, wait, I was holding it upside-down. His power level is really 0006.")
skipcard Meat/T/If this card is destroyed by Flame tokens, place a copy of the card Cooked Meat into your hand. ("Meat is murder, tasty murder.")
skipcard Slice of Pizza/T/If destroyed as food, create a cardboard token ("Didn't you follow the directions? you were supposed to remove this before cooking.")
skipcard Bloodrocuted/A/Play only any time a Thing that contains blood or a similiar vital fluid is destroyed. Destroy target Thing. ("bloodrocute - blud'ro`kyoot': vt (1) to electrocute by sending an electrical current through blood.")
skipcard Vacuum Boon (2Z)/A/Destroy any number of tokens that are on Things, or destroy any number of dirt-related Things, or discard any number of cards, or gain four Void tokens. ("That sucked.")
skipcard Thyme Machine (T3)/T/Action: Gain 1 Thyme Token. ("Tastes like Thymelines")
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