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A kissin' cousin to our F*ck This! card game, but one you can possibly play with your family without getting lots of dirty looks.

Each player tries to complete the most inane, pigheaded stunts possible, with the winner being the player who manages to get themselves killed or permanently incarcerated in the process.

Any similarity to people you actually know is purely coincidental.

Don't just hear about people like this in the news, beat them to the punch!

Dumbass! requires cardstock or business card sheets (13 of them), and preferably a color printer. end The DriveThruRPG version of Dumbass! comes bundled with the Dumbass! expansion module. That's a ten-card supplement for Dumbass!. Or a thousand cards. Your choice. Using an Infinite Armies-like interface, you can enter any text, icon or border combination you want to each of the ten cards (including Secrets), and when you print them they will be indistinguishable from those in the main game.

It's the only Dumbass! supplement you'll ever need...
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Ron M. [Featured Reviewer]
June 4th, 2009
Dumbass! From: Blacksburg Tactical Research Center (BTRC) Reviewed by:  Ron McClung Dumbass! is a new Card Game (PDF Format) from Blacksburg Tactical Research Center (BTRC).  Some time ago, I wrote a review for F*ck This!, a card game by Black [...]
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