Moons booster pack

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Moons booster pack
Designer Binarius
Date 12/24/2020
Players 2+
Although this is an unfinished deck, it is still playable.
To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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An additional set of cards embodying itinerant celestial bodies serenely gliding through their timeless courses, wielding mysterious powers tempered by perfect dispassion. What do the motions of the heavenly spheres hold in store for your next game of Infinite Dvorak?

Contains:
#6619 Phoebe
#6620 Kiviuq
#6621 Bebhionn
#6625 Pan
#6626 Enceladus
#6627 Albiorix
#6634 Tethys
#6635 Hyperion
#6636 Iapetus
#6646 Prometheus
#6647 Janus
#6648 Epimetheus
#6664 Aegir
#6665 Anthe
#6666 Pandora


Card List

Phoebe
Thing - Moon
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Phoebe. Action: Exchange Phoebe with a Thing controlled by the preceding player.
An ancient centaur captured from the Kuiper belt, one of the largest known. A giant ring formed from micro­meteoroid impacts darkens Iapetus's leading hemisphere. a = 12.869 Gm, e = 0.156242, i = 151.78˚
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Kiviuq
Thing - Moon (Inuit)
You may not be eliminated, and if an opponent would win the game, you win as well. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Kiviuq.
Named for a mythological wandering hero.
a = 11.294 Gm, e = 0.3288, i = 49.087˚
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Bebhionn
Thing - Moon (Gallic)
Draw a card when you gain control of Bebhionn. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Bebhionn.
Named for a goddess of birth who was renowned for her beauty.
a = 17.153 Gm, e = 0.333, i = 40.484˚
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Pan
Thing - Moon (Ring Shepherd)
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Pan. Action: If the preceding player's hand has more cards than yours, take a card from their hand and give them control of Pan.
Named for an ancient patron god of shepherds. Its distinctive equatorial ridge extends the entire height of its Roche lobe.
a = 133,584 km, e = 0.000035, i = 0.001˚
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Enceladus
Thing - Moon
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Enceladus. Action: Put the top card of the discard pile into your hand and give Enceladus to the preceding player.
Cryovolcanic activity in the south polar "tiger stripes" region supplies the material composing the gigantic, diffuse E Ring.
a = 237,950 km, e = 0.0047, i = 0.010˚
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Albiorix
Thing - Moon (Gallic)
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Albiorix. Action: Take a card from an opponent's hand and either play it immediately or discard it; give Albiorix to the preceding player.
The largest of the Gallic moons, named for a giant who was considered to be king of the world.
a = 16.267 Gm, e = 0.477, i = 38.042˚
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Tethys
Thing - Moon
If you have fewer than five cards in your hand when you gain control of Tethys, draw cards until you have five. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Tethys.
Named for an ancient goddess who gave birth to the rivers and springs of the world.
a = 294,619 km, e = 0.0001, i = 1.12˚
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Hyperion
Thing - Moon
Your Things may not be destroyed by opponents' Actions. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Hyperion.
Named for an ancient god of watchfulness and observation who was said to be the first to understand the motions of the heavenly bodies.
a = 1.481 Gm, e = 0.123006, i = 0.568˚
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Iapetus
Thing - Moon
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Iapetus. Action: Destroy an opponent's Thing and give Iapetus to the preceding player. If the destroyed Thing was controlled by the preceding player, draw a card.
Named for an ancient god of either craftsmanship or mortality, depending on the interpretation.
a = 3.561 Gm, e = 0.028613, i = 15.47˚
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Prometheus
Thing - Moon (Ring Shepherd)
You may give Prometheus to the player preceding you in turn order and reveal the top card of the deck; if it is an Action, you may draw, play, or discard it immediately. At the end of your turn, the preceding player gains control of Prometheus.
Named for an ancient trickster god who brought knowledge of fire to humanity.
a = 139,380 km, e = 0.0022, i = 0.008˚
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Janus
Thing - Moon (Co-orbital)
When you play Janus, find Epimetheus and put it into an opponent's control. Draw a card when you gain control of Janus. The player preceding you in turn order gains control of Janus when a Thing is played. If you would gain control of Epimetheus, exchange it with Janus.
a = 151,452 km, e = 0.0068, i = 0.165˚
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Epimetheus
Thing - Moon (Co-orbital)
When you play Epimetheus, find Janus and put it into an opponent's control. Discard a card when you gain control of Epimetheus. The player preceding you in turn order gains control of Epimetheus when an Action is played. If you would gain control of Janus, exchange it with Epimetheus.
a = 151,502 km, e = 0.0098, i = 0.335˚
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Aegir
Thing - Moon (Norse)
If one of your Things would be destroyed, you may discard a card to return it to your hand instead. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Aegir.
Named for an ancient giant of the sea who soothed storms.
a = 20.483 Gm, e = 0.237, i = 140.233˚
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Anthe
Thing - Moon
When you play Anthe, specify a type of token and gain one such token. At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Anthe. Action: Gain a token of the specified type.
Named for a giant's flowery daughter who went into the sea and became a bird.
a = 197,700 km, e = 0.0011, i = i = 0.1˚
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Pandora
Thing - Moon
At the end of your turn, the player preceding you in turn order gains control of Pandora. Action: Play a Thing. Thing: Play an Action. Action or Thing: Draw a card. Action and Thing: Draw three cards and play them.
Its chaotic orbit outside the F Ring is perturbed by mean-motion resonances with Prometheus and Mimas.
a = 141,720 km, e = 0.0042, i = 0.050˚
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