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     14:10  Infinite Dvorak deck diffhist +828 ChippyYYZ talk contribs →‎Bottom of List
     04:01  It Belongs in a Museum deck‎‎ 3 changes history +1,356 [ChippyYYZ‎ (3×)]
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04:01 (cur | prev) +156 ChippyYYZ talk contribs Traps should be split between punishing big and small hands to make face-down traps minimally predictable.
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N    22:02  It Belongs in a Museum deck‎‎ 2 changes history +16,044 [ChippyYYZ‎ (2×)]
     
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12:19 (cur | prev) +10,611 ChippyYYZ talk contribs Created page with "{{Infobox | title=It Belongs in a Museum | designer=ChippyYYZ | date=May 2024 | players=2+ | status=Unfinished | unlocked=true }} Proof-of-concept. All cards and rules subject to change, or at least clean-up. Players race to search for ancient artifacts. Inspired very directly (but not exclusively) by the two greatest Indiana Jones movies and Temple of Doom. ==Special Rules== When you Exhaust a Thing, turn it sideways until your next turn. An Exhausted Thing can't be..."