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Conquerors Audax Playing Cards

The main theme of this bold and beautiful Conquerors Deck is Victory.

Having a purpose is important for everyone – Conquerors are the ones who fight in order to achieve their personal Victory, whatever their goal is.

The War described in Conquerors is a big metaphor: the courts are fighting to achieve their personal dreams, not to annihilate each other.

Designed by the Italian designer Giovanni Meroni.


  • Printed by USPCC
  • Metallic inks on tuckbox
  • Metallic inks on cards
  • Perfect for cardistry and play
  • Bold style with thick lines

Spadesrepresent Strategy – they play carefully to have an advantage point. They’re patient and smart: they know that sometimes, wait is wiser than act.  Their favorite weapon is the Shield, usually combined with a polearm and a sword.

Hearts represent Bravery – they inspire their army with their heart full of courage. They’re reckless and willing to sacrifice themselves for Victory. Their favorite weapon the sword – the King wield the Sword of the Conqueror itself.

Clubs represent Brute Force – They don’t have a plan, they just trample everything and everyone stand between them and Victory. Their favorite weapons are blunt weapons, like maces, hammers and clubs.

Diamonds represents Power – Money, Influence, Resources – some people doesn’t need to fight in order to win. Some can just buy their Victory.  Their favorite weapons is the Axe, but they does not fight directly very often.

The Jokers are the most important characters of Conquerors. 

The male joker is Mars Invictus, the invincible, brave Roman God of War. He represent the battle itself, the strength to keep fighting to achieve the Victory.  

The first female joker is Victoria Alata, the Winged Victory herself. This Roman Goddess is the central character of Conquerors and the coveted prize for everyone. She’s completely merciless – for her, the only important thing is win – how, is not really important.

The second female joker is Fortuna Velata, the Goddess of Luck. She’s frivolous, and unpredictable, but her favor is precious. She usually protects the brave ones, so she’s not really blind.