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Most of the physical decks we’ve sold and shipped as of 12/02/21.
Blue markers depict Kickstarter sales, green are Shopify and black are from the Amazon fulfilment centre in North America.

Pre-game: Select someone to be the COK Master. This person ensures the game runs smoothly and is the enforcer of rules.

1. The COK Master divides all cards to players evenly. Each player then sifts through the cards, putting Kings aside and cards they like into a communal pile in the middle. Cards they don’t like are placed in the discard pile.

2. Shuffle 4 kings (or however many you’d like to play with) into the cards in the middle and scatter them around a large cup.

3. Players then take in turns drawing a card and playing the rule. The card is then placed in the discard pile.

4. When a player draws a king they must pour some of their drink into the cup. If it is the final Kings they pour some of their drink into the cup and then drink it. This concludes the game.

All the lovely households we’ve mailed Cup of Kings to as of June 2017.

A list of ten rules we wrote. Definitely not content marketing.

10. Pigeon

You may send a message to a random contact in another person’s phone.

9. Chef

You must make a drink for someone using any alcohol or mixer in the house.

Dangerous when played in a house with an extensive array of liquor. Has the potential to end your night or unearth the mixologist deep inside you.

8. Mass Consumption

You must take one generous sip from each persons drink.

The intensity of this rule is largely dependent on the size of the group and how potent the drinks are.

7. Michelangelo

Draw anything you want on any hidden part of someones body. Use a sharpie for longevity.

It’s common knowledge that we’re all highly confident artists after a few drinks so why not use your bestie as a canvas?

6. Pigeon Shit

Another person may choose a category and a random contact in your phone. Everyone must then send that person a text message that has relevance to the chosen category.

When choosing a contact it is wise to rule out family, work colleagues and ex-lovers to preserve quality of life.

5. Troll

You must sit under the table like the drunken mess that you are.

An oldie but a goodie. Kind of like the naughty corner but for adults?

4. Ducks Fly Together

The next card drawn affects everyone in the game.

You can feel the accumulative anxiety in the air when Ducks Fly Together is drawn. Interesting results when played with Troll (See number 5).

3. Sardines

You have 30 seconds to go hide somewhere. Once time’s up, everyone must attempt to find you and hide with you. Last person to find everyone has to finish their drink.

ProTip: Play in a large house with the lights off.

2. Gender Blender

Everyone must pass their pants to the person to the left and their shirts to the person on the right.

A rule not for the faint of heart and rumoured to be banned in 16 countries, Gender Blender will leave you wondering why you decided to play these ridiculous rules in the first place.

1. A & B

The person to your left covers your eyes and quietly assigns the letters A and B to any two people. In the meantime you must think of a task for A and B. E.g. ‘A’ must drink whatever ‘B’ does.

Things can really heat up or take an outrageous turn for the worst when A and B is drawn. If you do find yourself playing this card don’t forget that A or B could be you!