This site ultimately aims to get you start playing Arkham Horror: The Card Game with less friction. That includes the performance of this site itself. It's designed to be very fast to load.
Bigger part of the site is to provide some starter decks (cheaper decks using only a few expansions, no matter which one you go for first), and a party assembler that helps you avoid overlapping cards between team members. Right now this part is in development.
What's ready to use right now are some beginner-oriented resources and helping tools. Take a look at them below!
An interactive gallery of cards inside each Investigator Expansion to help you decide on your purchase.
Speed up the setup of any scenario with the encounter set overview matrix, and various useful reminders to reduce setup mistakes.
Search and take a look at the image of any player card. Multi Mode let you lay down multiple cards side by side in any order, like on a physical table. This tool is fast and can handle fuzzy search!
Specify as many cards as you like that you want to play with in the same deck. It returns which investigators could use all of them.
Tools For arkhamdb.com
Visualize steps to progress your deck along the campaign and automatically calculates XP to get there. The importer makes your public arkhamdb.com deck cards all available for planning including the Side Deck. You can either view your finished plan by a sharing URL leading to this site, or export texts to paste in Description section of your deck in arkhamdb.com. The exporter also supports a format optimized to view inside ArkhamCards app.
View any public arkhamdb.com deck in more beginner-friendly, more graphical style. You can also simply change 'arkhamdb' to 'arkham-starter' on the URL of any public arkhamdb.com deck as a shortcut to use this tool to view it.
Exports a list of cards that are part of your arkhamdb.com deck to paste in the deck description to continue writing about them. The exported text is decorated with more colorful HTML than the default blue text you get from typing # while writing in arkhamdb.com, utilizing arkhamdb.com's own stylesheet.
Play Group Management
A tool for the collection owner to pick cards for everyone in a single iteration when starting the campaign, instead of going over the collection as many times as player count. Input arkhamdb.com decks of everyone, it then combines everyone's cards so you can sort them all according to how your collection is ordered. It can also show card overlaps between all decks, including the Side Deck, so you don't step on each other's starting deck as well as cards planned be added along the campaign.
For running concurrent campaigns using a single collection while avoid having to disassemble all the decks each time you switch. It is able to compare up to 4 vs. 4 decks and return the intersection, so you only transfer those cards when switching the campaign.
Input as many arkhamdb.com decks from you and your friends that you are interested in starting the campaign with. It analyzes every possible combinations of them into 2P, 3P, and 4P teams and sorts up the one with less card overlap up top. Now you all can simply browse the best team to go with. Useful when you and your friends all have many unplayed decks created ahead of time in arkhamdb.com.
Minimal-style dividers that are only 3mm wider than the cards. It has many unique quirks such as fitting in the new campaign box, supporting both orientations in one design, sleevable, and available in multiple languages.
Apply changes from official errata in a per-card basis by sliding a new card under it.
Printable double sided reminders for various situations in mini card format.
Photocopier-friendly frame graphics that you can fill in the blank to make a proxy card.