© 2002-2016 JOC Characters and movie stills © The Walt Disney Company/Pixar/Amblin. The Magical World of Disney Epic Card Game is in no way affiliated with, nor endorsed by, The Walt Disney Company, any of it's subsidiaries, nor Amblim Entertainment. All files are for non-commercial distribution only.
The Magical World of Disney Epic Card Game, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Toy Story, Alice in Wonderland, The Black Cauldron, Roger Rabbit, Tummy Trouble, Wreck-It Ralph, Steamboat Willie, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, No Service, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Cinderella, Mater, Cars, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Jack Skellington, Sally, Santa Claus, Monsters Inc., Sully, Mike, Boo, Tim Burton, Oogie Boogie, Lock, Shock, Barrell, Dr. Finkelstein, Halloween, Pixar, The Adventures of André and Wally B., Luxo Jr., Tin Toy, Red's Dream, Knick Knack, Pixar Shorts, Frozen, Snow Queen, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, Olaf, Prince Hans, Marshmallow, The Little Matchgirl, Pinocchio, Gepetto, Figaro, Cleo, Jiminy Cricket, Blue Fairy, Stromboli, Monstro
Updated Dec. 16, 2016
Important Rules Revision
I originally created the rules to match up with my "The Card Game of Oz". Recently I was able to regain control of my Oz game so, in anticipation of a relaunch Q1 2017, I changed the rules to my original idea of players creating their own individual Libraries instead of drawing on a common Library. I've also created a new rules booklet for The Magical World of Disney Epic Card Game.
There will be some differences for certain cards. The main change is that when "The Archive" or "The Library" are referenced on a card, simply replace it with "Your Archive" or "Your Library".
This change to the Rules should make for a game that relies more on strategy than luck.
I hope you enjoy the changes! - Jim
"Pinocchio" Set #16 Now Available!
"Pinocchio" was Walt Disney's second feature animated film from what is considered "The Golden Age" of Disney animation. With five major villains, and some very scary locations and magic, this set will help add to the darkness of a villains-based library.
Don't forget that cards from all sets are made to interact with each other! See how the Seven Dwarfs deal with a blinding snow storm. Plop Roger Rabbit into Elsa's Ice Palace. Pit Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse up against Marshmallow and Prince Hans and see who comes out on top!
Note: The POD files still print on the dark side. When I can afford a color calibration system, I'll be able to post new POD files that will print up at their proper brightness.
(Please also check out my first retail game The Card Game of Oz which is now available for purchase!)
NOTE: POD zip packages include files for card backs and custom 72-count deck boxes.