Dixit: Quest offers 84 new cards with a quest/adventure theme. These Quest cards can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
The Quest cards are illustrated by the same illustrator as the base game cards, Marie Cardouat, and so maintain a satisfying visual consistency. The Quest cards feature such things as a Minotaur carrying a new-born baby, a giant wizard balancing on a white planet, a tiny lady pushing gigantic dominoes, a squadron of marching soldiers marching out of a metronome, an empty theatre stage that is being rained on, and so on.
Dixit: Origins offers 84 new cards with a voyage of discovery theme similar to the base game. These Origins cards can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
The Origins cards are illustrated by Clément Lefevre in a style very in-keeping with the original Dixit and feature such things as a man and his shadow that have swapped places, a boy asleep in his bed which is floating on a stormy sea, a giant carrying a mermaid through a forest, a woman being rained on while the woman next to her with an umbrella is dry, a levitating elderly lady in a chair, a ballerina buried to her waist in ice, and so on.
Dixit: Daydreams offers 84 new cards with a slightly darker and more surreal theme than the cards from the base game. These Daydreams cards can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
The Daydreams cards invite you to dive into the surrealistic world of the illustrator, Franck Dion, “where fringe and fantastic characters live in poetic and familiar life realms”. The cards feature such things as a gangster bird with a violin case concealing a machine gun, a scientist in a glass container with tentacles reaching towards him from the outside, a bullet angel, a businessman merman with bowler hat and cane, a snowman emerging from a fridge in the desert, and so on.
Dixit: Memories: every picture tells a story – but what story will your picture tell? This is an awesome expansion for Dixit that contains 84 new cards to be used with the game, all based on a new theme, Memories. These new 84 cards will take you on more exciting adventures and explores your imagination further.
Dixit: Revelations offers 84 new cards with a gentle and poetic theme. These Revelations cards can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
Employing her experience as an illustrator working in advertising, publishing and animation, Marina Coudray has created a set of bright and colourful images which are influenced by early twentieth century design, from the Art Deco movement to Surrealism. The cards feature such things as a man and a chicken at a crossroads in a field, three “wise” sardines sitting in a can, a child cowboy peeking around a door, colourful cogs with different facial expressions, a white tiger looking at a reflection of an eagle on a mirrored floor, a lady sitting on a rocking chair wearing a knight’s helmet and holding a jousting stick, a large house taking-off as if it’s a space ship and so on.
Dixit: Harmonies offers 84 new cards that sit well with the base game. These Harmonies cards can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
The Harmonies cards benefit from the talents of comic and children’s book illustrator, Paul Echegoyen, to “transport you to weird and wonderful places as you explore his sugarcoated, nostalgic world”. The cards feature such things as foxes defying gravity in a pastiche of Escher’s Relativity, a silhouetted man climbing out of the triangular men at work sign, a secret agent casting six shadows, a woman caressing a framed photo of a baby, a giant egg wearing a crown on a plinth, a stag beetle caught in a constricting maze, fish in a swimming pool, and so on.
Dixit Anniversary offers an 84 card expansion pack. All the illustrators of previous expansions have been invited to join the adventure again. With evocations of tales and myths from all around the world, their combined art leads to an amazing result! Get caught up in the Dixit spell and experience a new and amazing journey taking you far beyond your imagination.
This is the ninth expansion for the 2010 Spiel Des Jahres Winner and offers 84 new cards that can be used by themselves or mixed with the cards of the base game.
The Anniversary cards benefit from the talents of Marie Cardouat, Pierô, Xavier Collette, Clément Lefèvre, Franck Dion, Carine Hinder, Jérôme Pélissier, Marina Coudray and Paul Echegoyen, who all contributed to a collection of cards with the theme of tales from all around the world.
The cards feature such things as a piñata following a trail, a cracked tea set, a giant Cinderella, a man sliding down a rainbow, an unwell donkey in bed with a temperature, a selection of animals with buckets trying to put a fire out, a human fetus growing inside the seed of a plant, and so on.
These expansions include no scoring boards or tokens, so you can either use the Dixit base game to play with it or you could track the score on a pad and create your own voting tokens.