Card game makes fun of Vancouver traditions like _______ and __________.

The Fictionals committing Improv Against Humanity. Photo courtesy Zemekiss Photo.

One of Vancouver’s hardest-working improv troupes has released a new party game that makes fun (with love, of course) of our fair city.

Created by the Fictionals Comedy Co., Cards Against Vancouver is a spin-off of the hugely popular Cards Against Humanity game. The Fictionals recruited dozens of Vancouver comedians and comedy fans to create the game, which is free to download, print and play. And the troupe will officially launch the game Dec. 20 at the Rio Theatre (1660 E. Broadway) as part of its monthly show Improv Against Humanity.

The game features over 125 cards. Examples of cards in the deck include:

Sample cards courtesy The Fictionals Comedy Co.



According to Daniel Chai, co-founder of The Fictionals, Cards Against Vancouver was inspired by the fans of their hit show, Improv Against Humanity. Improv Against Humanity is a live comedy game show, where audience members compete for the title of Most Horrible Person In Vancouver.

“We’ve been performing Improv Against Humanity since 2012, and at each show, we had audience members come up to us with their own interesting card ideas,” said Chai in a media release. “Many of them were about life here in Vancouver, like riding the 99 B-Line or swimming at Wreck Beach. So we decided to put together the best ideas into a tribute deck.”

Cards Against Vancouver is available at

For more info about The Fictionals and Improv Against Humanity, visit Tickets are $12 at, $14 at the door. Minors over the age of 16 are permitted to attend (viewer discretion advised). Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service. Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8.

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