The game started raising funds on Kickstarter; the goal being a modest $20,000 but quickly reached that goal halfway through the fundraising and eventually raised over $360,000.
- Anachronism Stew: The first volume is medieval fantasy-themed, but it can be freely combined with the modern setting from the second volume or the deluxe edition, which contains a few futuristic elements.
- Baleful Polymorph: There are a few cards that allow you to change the properties of things.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Suggestions on how you win the battle.
- Crossover: There's a Story War card in Machine Of Death, with additional rules if you own both games.
- Extrinsic Go-First Rule: The rules state that the owner of the cards will be the judge for the first round.
- Game-Breaker: According to how the judge rules a situation games can be tight on who will win.
- Grey-and-Gray Morality: Lampshaded in the short film, where both parties have morally questionable goals that involve abusing a leprechaun.Goblin: Unhand him, you villains!
Medusa: Uh, excuse me? We're not the bad guys.
Gremlin: Yeah, you guys are basically just trying to outright mug this guy, you can't really take the moral high ground here.
- Interspecies Romance: The Goblin and Fairy are romantically involved in the animation.
- Jackass Genie: The Wishing Star is said to grant wishes in the most ironic way possible.
- Lost Woods: There is a card straight-up named this.
- Manic Pixie Dream Girl: The Faerie is described as this.
- Money Spider: In the animation, the Leprechaun bleeds gold coins, prompting the Goblin and Fairy to engage in Comedic Sociopathy in order to pay their rent.
- Our Giants Are Bigger: The giant thinks she's normal sized and living in a tiny world.
- Our Monsters Are Different: Most cards are supernaturally themed.
- Panacea: The Life Potion can cure any one problem
- Skeleton Key: With a skull on top, to boot.
- Temple of Doom: The Trapped Temple was build to honor god of spikes and swinging blades.