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Pitchstorm is a party game that puts you in the position of an unprepared writer pitching movies to the world's worst executives. (AKA, your friends.)
Each round, one player acts as the executive, while everyone else plays as a writer trying to pitch them the next Hollywood Blockbuster. Each player gets a semi-random movie, and has less than a minute to pitch their idea to the executive.
But here's the twist: During each pitch the executive has a hand of note cards that they can use to mess with the writers. These are typically terrible ideas along the lines of "Can we add at least one dinosaur?", or "What if the main character was a robot... but didn't know they were a robot!"
After the everyone has pitched a movie, the executive chooses which one they want to make, and that player gets a point! Play continues until one of you is rich and famous.
This core deck for Pitchstorm includes 500 cards split between characters, plots, and notes. The deck also includes a small set of blank cards so that you can write your own terrible movie ideas.