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In On the Edge, players adopt the roles of arch-conspirators on Al Amarja, the shadowy setting of the Over the Edge roleplaying game. Cards represent the resources and inhabitants of the island, from contacts in the art scene to strange alien technologies. 270 cards of varying rarity comprise the standard version. Designed by Jonathon Tweet and John Nephew, On the Edge won GAMES Magazine's Best New Trading Card Game award in 1995, and was Overstreet's Fan's Best Trading Card Game that same year. Don't miss out!

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