**Version 1.5.1 includes fix for "Stables" card.**
This document contains tabbed dividers for the Dominion card game from Rio Grande Games. It includes tabs for the original game and its expansions Intrigue, Seaside, Alchemy, Prosperity, Cornucopia, Hinterlands and Dark Ages. As well, tabs for the five promotional cards available to date are included (Black Market, Envoy, Stash, Walled Village and Governor).
The tabs are designed to be 2.5” wide, the standard width of American card games (ie: Magic: The Gathering). This design allows for them to be sleeved from the top with penny sleeves (available at almost any gaming store) for improved longevity. It is recommended that you print these tabs on thick, card- stock paper for better feeling and durability.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to turn off all settings which resize the document upon printing in your PDF viewing program (ie: “Fit to Page”, “Scale to Fit”, etc.), as the document is designed to sit within printable borders and any resizing will adversely affect the height of the tabs.
Please save some paper by only printing the pages you need:
- Dominion (Pages 2 - 6)
- Dominion: Intrigue (Pages 6 - 10*)
- Dominion: Seaside (Pages 10 - 13)
- Dominion: Alchemy (Pages 13 - 15**)
- Dominion: Prosperity (Pages 15 - 18)
- Dominion: Cornucopia (Pages 19 - 20)
- Dominion: Hinterlands (Pages 21 - 24**)
- Dominion: Dark Ages (Pages 24 - 29**)
- Dominion: Guilds (Pages 29 - 31)
- Dominon: Base Cards (31 - 32* **)
- Individual Promotional Cards (Page 24)
*Note: If you only own Intrigue or the Base Cards as a standalone game and would like to use the provided tabs, you will need to print out page 2 for the Trash, Randomizer Deck and Blank Cards tabs.
**Note: There are tabs in Alchemy, Cornucopia, Dark Ages and Base Cards that span the length of two tabs in order to accomodate the individual card rules. These are meant to be folded in half.
If you have any questions or comments about this document, feel free to drop me a line: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some images of the dividers in action:Photo 1
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