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Omnia Perduta Playing Cards

Omnia Perduta Playing Cards

Designed by Italian designer Giovanni Meroni, Omnia Perduta playing cards are a beautiful addition to the popular Omnia series from Thirdway Industries. Omnia Perduta represents an era of war and destruction, when everything collapsed.

  • Dark Grey Stardust Paper tuck box
  • Emerald foil on tuck box, inside and outside
  • 2 metallic inks on faces, light-emerald and gold
  • Unlimited version (2000+ decks printed)
  • 55 cards, including a light-emerald suicide queen
  • Embossing
  • Classic finish
  • Printed by Expert Playing Card Co.
£16.00
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Omnia Perduta Playing Cards

Omnia Perduta is the stretch goal deck of Omnia: The Golden Age and represents an era of war and destruction, when everything collapsed.
The main Omnia theme is cyclicality, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself, the eternal return. The main symbol is the Uroboros, the immortal God-snake who eats its own tail, represents the beginning and the end of time.

Based on the ancestors of the first Omnia, decks of Omnia: The Golden Age will throw you in an Era full of treasures, heroes and war. Suits are inspired by ancient civilizations: Hearts are inspired by Egyptians, Spades are inspired by Babylonians and Persians, Clubs are inspired by Greeks and Diamonds are inspired by Romans.

Every court live a different era in each deck: in Magnifica they are ancient heroes, forgotten in the remote past. In Antica they live an era of abundance and wealth. In Perduta they are preparing to fight a huge war, that will end the Golden Age and will throw the world in the present, represented by Omnia Oscura of the Omnia: The First series.

Data sheet

TI-PERDUTA

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