Omnia Magnifica

Omnia Magnifica is the limited edition that spurned out of the Omnia: Golden Age series as an unlockable goal. The creator kept this printed in limited qualities so as to make this more valuable. Can’t see why not since the whole black back makes this deck look irresistible.  As always, check out the extra Queen of Hearts.

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Here is a video done by Scrambled Decks


Sources

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: Golden Age (Kickstarter)

Omnia Perduta

This is the unlocked Perduta version of Omnia: Golden Age. If you had taken the time to read my other blog posts on Omnia decks, then you shouldn’t need any additional introduction on this deck. Personally, Perduta isn’t my favored deck in the entire Omnia series not because the design is poorer but simply because I don’t fancy green color. I must still give credit where credit is due, the green color gives the deck an eerie and mysterious feel. It is somewhat appealing but as I said, I don’t like the colour green. There is also an extra Queen of Hearts in Perduta much like the other Omnia decks.

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Read on for the feature of this deck:

  • Dark Grey Stardust Paper tuck box
  • Emerald foil on tuck box, inside and outside
  • 2 metallic inks on faces, light-emerald and gold
  • Unlimited version (2000+ decks printed)
  • 55 cards, including a light-emerald suicide queen
  • Embossing
  • Classic finish
  • Printed by Expert Playing Card Co.

Last but not least, a youtube review by Scrambled Decks is below. Did I ever mention that Giovanni, the mastermind behind Thirdway Industries that creates these Omnia decks actually do work closely with Scrambled Decks? If not, then now I do. If you like the video, go on and subscribe to his channel for reviews of playing cards. You can request for him to do review of a deck you like and who knows, he might just oblige.


Sources

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: Golden Age (Kickstarter)

Omnia Antica

Antica is the first deck under the Omnia: Golden Age series. In some ways, this is considered a prequel of the Omnia: The First project because this series showcases the ancestors of the characters in the prior series.

This deck do offer an extra card and that is the Queen of Hearts. As always with Giovanni Meroni, he offers something slightly different in the mirror image.

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I have attached some specifications for your better understanding:

  • Dark Red Stardust Paper tuck box
  • Copper foil on tuck box, inside and outside
  • 2 metallic inks on faces, copper and gold
  • Unlimited version (2000+ decks printed)
  • 55 cards, including a copper suicide queen
  • Embossing
  • Classic finish
  • Printed by Expert Playing Card Co.

I have included a youtube review by Scrambled Decks for you viewing pleasure to appreciate the quality of the cards in the deck. If you like his work, go on and subscribe to his channel. More followers is always appreciated by a youtuber.


Sources

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: Golden Age (Kickstarter)

Omnia Suprema

This is Suprema, the limited edition release of Omnia: The First series of cards. This deck also includes an extra card which is the Queen of Heart on red back. As always, the extra card has a different design from the existing card. Once again, take a careful look at the red Queen of Hearts.

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Here are some features about the deck:

  • 55 cards, including a red suicide queen
  • Red foil outside and inside the tuck box
  • Embossing
  • Master finish
  • Printed by Expert Playing Card Co.
  • Just 575 made

As with my earlier posts with Omnia: The First series, I will use Scrambled Decks‘s review for your viewing enjoyment. Even Giovanni himself says his videos give his decks the most detailed review. Go on and subscribe to his channel if you like his work. David deserves some loving for the work he puts in.


Sources

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: The First (Kickstarter)

Omnia Oscura

This is the Oscura version for Omnia: The First series. The theme of the series is the concept of cyclicality, represented by a serpent eating its own tail. If you’re deeply intrigued by the idea behind this series, I urge you to explore the Kickstarter page (link provided at bottom).

This deck has an extra Queen of heart on gold back. Even though it’s supposed to be mirror image, take a closer look at the queen on the bottom. Spot the difference?

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Let me include a youtube review done by Scrambled Decks. Although the zooming isn’t perfect for the entirety of the video, I like the details he explains. So much so that I subscribed to his channel. You should do so if you like such playing cards.


Sources:

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: The First (Kickstarter)

Omnia Illumina

This is the unlocked Illumina version of the Omnia: The First series of cards design by Thirdway Industries. This deck has an extra Queen of Heart printed on silver back. You can compare the two types of cards below. One reason why I love Thirdway Industries is that the design for both Queen of Hearts is different which makes this deck highly valued.

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Here are more description of the deck itself:

  • 55 cards, including a gold suicide queen
  • Gold foil outside and inside the tuck box
  • Embossing
  • Master finish
  • Printed by Expert Playing Card Co.

I have found a great youtube review of Omnia Illumina deck by Scrambled Decks. Take a look at the video below and if you like what he is doing, do him a favor and subscribe to his channel. I know I did 🙂


Source:

Thirdway Industries

Omnia: The First (Kickstarter Project)