The original deck of Conflicted: The Survival Card Game, by Survivalogics.com.
Can you handle the decisions you’ll face after Doomsday? When civilization and infrastructure are gone, where will you draw the line between your morals and your will to live another day? Most importantly, where will your friends and loved ones who you’ll be spending this difficult time with draw the line for themselves? Conflicted: The Survival Card Game lets you explore your own survival philosophy and that of others.
When playing Conflicted, every reaction to a scenario counts, from body language and interpretation of the scenario, to the answer itself.
“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” – Plato
Top 10 Reasons Why Preppers And Survivalists Play Conflicted
It opens up in depth discussions regarding what kind of world we’ll live in after the collapse of society.
It shows to you where others in your group draw the line between their will to live vs their own morals.
It helps you create a mutual understanding among the members of your bugout group when it comes to who’s more suitable for what role after the collapse of society.
It helps you discuss with significant others what kind of survival philosophy your camp will have after the collapse and why that philosophy is important.
The game will raise an awareness regarding other areas of prepping that perhaps you didn’t think about.
Practice your barter, negotiating and leadership skills to perfection on the subjects that matter most.
Conflicted: The Survival Card Game is like a mirror that exposes your real survival philosophy to yourself.
Over 50 scenarios that will reveal how unprepared emotionally humanity really is to the collapse of modern civilization.
See what other preppers all over the world think a post apocalyptic society will be like, as they submit scenarios and we publish more decks periodically. Have a way to bring this knowledge to your bugout group.
It exposes who the true leader of your bugout group really is. Hope you and your group can handle that….