Three-Dragon Ante (ISBN 0-7869-4072-7) is a card game developed by Rob Heinsoo, and published by Wizards of the Coast in November 2005. The game is a combination of luck and skill, and blends concepts from traditional card games such as poker, hearts, and rummy.

Based on Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), it is intended as a game in its own right or as an element in a role-playing campaign, and appears in some versions of D&D as a game played by the wealthy for money.

In April 2010, Wizards of the Coast released a follow up game, Three-Dragon Ante: Emperor’s Gambit, which added additional dragon types and was both playable alone, and with the original game cards.

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Three Dragon Ante in the shop


Three Dragon Ante - black dragon

Three Dragon Ante - blue dragon

Three Dragon Ante - brass dragon

Three Dragon Ante - bronze dragon

Three Dragon Ante - copper dragon

Three Dragon Ante - gold dragon

Three Dragon Ante - green dragon

Three Dragon Ante - red dragon

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Three Dragon Ante - white dragon

Three Dragon Ante - Bahamut and rules

Three Dragon Ante - mortal cards

Three Dragon Ante - Tiamat and dracolich