The original spanish deck from the Innsmouth Lost Games (limited edition, last units).
Cultists, Deep Ones and different beings adored by the esoteric Order of Dagon were the most used icons in Innsmouth, and now we recover them in the Innsmouth decks whose forms come from the French and Spanish playing cards.
From the Spanish cards, originally composed by oros (gold), copas (cups), espadas (swords) and bastos (clubs) comes a magnificent edition where the symbols were adapted in their time to Moon, Blood, Eyes and Talon, evoking the nocturnal rites, sacrifices and creatures of Innsmouth.
The four suits are completed with Cultists (10s), Deep Ones (11s), and beings adored by the Order such as Cthulhu, Dagon, Hydra and Ghatanothoa (12s), in addition to the magnificent comodines (wild cards) dedicated to Abdul Al-Hazred.
This has been one of the decks most used by Innsmouth hybrids for decades. The spanish cards are bigger than the french ones, the size of this deck is 63x94mm (2.48″ x 3.70″).
It’s part of the Lovecraft Playing Cards collection, a limited edition, printed in high quality professional card paper, 320gsm with linen finish.
Each deck is sealed in cellophane wrapping and presented in a heavy card stock tuck box.