Moral Combat: Family Friendly Edition (Mega Base Deck)

  • Twice the deck, if you can handle it. We'll be here for a few months, so why not start EVEN MORE important conversations with family and friends in a fun and engaging way!


    In this pack, you'll get a variety of fun, random and age-appropriate serious topics, including whether swear words are bad, whether children should be allowed to play video games, and whether dresses and skirts are only for girls and women. Suitable for ages 10+. Playable online and face-to-face with included rules for each format.


    You'll receive a link to download a PDF containing 145x Statement Cards, 145x Head-to-Head Cards, 2x "Write your own" Cards and a set of rules from the original deck to print and cut out. This deck includes the cards in the Original Base Deck. Please note that some of the Statement and Head-to-Head Cards are similar to the "For People Aged 16-99" deck.


    DISCLAIMER: The statements and suggestions presented in the Moral Combat card game are not necessarily true reflections of Top Blokes Foundation's values or stances. These cards are purely designed to generate conversation and discussion around key or interesting issues, topics, questions and opinions.

Who is this game for?

Parents who want to connect with their kids and begin conversations about serious topics in a fun way.

Families and friends who want to have a laugh hearing their loved ones argue against their own beliefs.

Schools and youth programs that want a fun way to introduce topical and taboo discussions.

People who love a good debate (and winning).

Anyone who wants to try something different from the routine of isolation.

What does your purchase go toward?

Top Blokes Foundation is a young male health organisation that provides online and face-to-face mentoring programs for boys and young men. Our programs are designed to improve their mental health and social well-being, as well as normalise a definition of masculinity beyond "strong" and "stoic" to improve their relationships with their own identities and those around them.


With disruption to routine and social activities, boys need support to stay connected and healthy. Isolation is tough and anxiety-ridden for many people, and for young men who aren't accustomed to expressing how they feel with those around them, this time can be very difficult to maintain mental health. This is why we're providing online mentoring sessions to connect with young men who need it most. The same mentors, the same expertise, the same support, but without the geographic barriers.

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