Are You Conflicted? A New Prepper Card Game Review

Conflicted - the Prepper card game - wonder how you'll handle situations in a post-emergency world? Find out! Great stocking stuffer! | Mom with a Prep

Have you ever heard scenarios of the post-apocalyptic world and wondered how you’d handle them? Ever felt conflicted about the choices to be made but just didn’t know how you’d make them? Do you ever wonder how your spouse or closest friends and family would make those same choices?

I know I sure have.

So I found this really cool card game called Conflicted: The Survival Card Game! It’s a card game that makes you think!

The deck is full of 52 post apocalyptic scenarios that you might find yourself involved in. The questions might be as simple as what are the 5 most likely causes of a downfall to very involved, specific scenarios you might find yourself involved in such as “You have enough snake antidote for one person, yet two of your team members have been bitten. What do you do next?” Each one requires you to think about what YOU would do and discuss it with the rest of the group. If you’re so inclined to be competitive about it, score each other on each question and tally up those scores to see who won and should be the leader of your group!

But if you’re like us, the competitive thing went out the window with the first card. My husband and I found ourselves getting into deep conversations about how we felt about everything. It was a great time of discussion, of how we each viewed the sanctity of life, the responsibility we had to our children, the responsibility we had to our fellow man, and putting our beliefs into “action”.

We really worried about the scenarios being played out through moral relativism…changing a moral code to fit a circumstance, which isn’t really a moral code at all, for the most part. But we found out we were both firmly holding to our beliefs, thinking through how we’d approach each of the scenarios with the belief system we hold. We didn’t always share the same answer, but we found we were both coming to the answer in a different way, with the same basic thought structure. It was enlightening, and we find ourselves pulling out a card or two each night after the kids go to bed just to talk a little more.

Conflicted - the Prepper card game - wonder how you'll handle situations in a post-emergency world? Find out! Great stocking stuffer! |  Mom with a Prep

So how would you handle this situation? What would your family do? Do you have a plan in place in case this happened? That’s what makes this card game awesome. You think through things in a way to make you see how you’re prepared, which gives you a better options to get more prepared.

After I contacted the creator about the game, he invited me onto the Prepper Chick’s After Dark radio show to play it, along with Prepper Chick, The Patriot Nurse and some other boys (because boys drool, donchaknow!) Want to have a listen?  (it starts at about 2’10”)

(update, the show playbacks are no longer available – sorry)

I’m telling ya, that Patriot Nurse is one smart chick!

While most of the scenarios of Conflicted are post apocalyptic in nature (meaning you’re living in a post-emergency world for a while), there are questions about general emergencies and martial law that can happen within a day or two of a large-scale emergency. Hopefully, with the new editions of card decks they plan on creating, there will be cards concentrating on natural disasters or emergencies, on practical triage, and on practical day to day emergencies.

Here’s another sample scenario for you

“Put the following resources in order of importance to you: Food, water, shelter, weapons. If you could only pick 3 to bug out with, what would they be and why?”

We actually discussed this particular card with our kids, and changed the circumstance that they found themselves in and to rate according to the circumstance. It was a great teaching tool that water isn’t necessarily your first choice, depending on the situation you’re in at the time.

I hope we never find ourselves in these situations that the Conflicted cards propose, but it’s been great talking through them with those closest to me, knowing we’re going to be in most any emergency together, and we’ve had a chance to think through things that might happen and come up with solutions before we have to deal with it directly. It really makes you think – which is what makes it a great game, in my book!

For those of you who are really not looking at prepping as a sport, but who are trying to be prepared for local emergencies and life’s disasters (like most of us), this card game is intense. But what makes it good for your situation is that even though a scenario might be ‘post-apocalyptic’ in nature, you can dial it down to how it might work in a personal scenario for you.

Here’s a good example of that:

“You didn’t listen and didn’t prepare. All hell broke loose and you don’t have enough ammo, food or water. There is chaos on the streets and open looting is going on. No one who you turned to as far as friends and family would take you and your family in. Would you become a criminal to provide for your family and join the looters or not? If the answer is no, how would you survive?”

This is where you could change this to be a post-tornado event, and you and your neighbors have lost everything you own. How would you cope?

For those of you who are serious preppers, this is a worthwhile game to get to discuss with your groups, and perspective members of your group. Here’s a little more reason why from Dave Kobler, Southern Prepper 1

Know Yourself

Conflicted was designed to help you think about life in a post apocalyptic world. After playing it, you’ll be more aware of your own strengths and weaknesses and areas needing improvement. How far are you willing to go in order to survive, when the choice is life versus your own morals?

Know Your Friends

When you play Conflicted: The Survival Card Game with your friends and family, their answers will tell you all about their philosophy on prepping and survival. What they say or don’t say, their body language – it all matters. You will probably re-think who you’ll bugout with after the first game.

Know Your Enemies

By Playing Conflicted: The Survival Card Game you’ll realize that the thin veil of civilized behavior our current modern society currently portrays is easily torn apart. We all have a breaking point, where our will to live speaks louder than our own morals. That breaking point is at a different place for everyone.


Purchase HERE:  $14.99 + $1.99 Shipping. This makes it a great Christmas stocking stuffer!

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  1. Joyce Hartman says

    This sounds like a really cool game! I think my 16 & 17 year old kids would love to play it! Thanks for the chance to win it!

  2. Amber Bourland says

    I am trying to get my grown kids to think about survival situations more, and this would be a great way of introducing possible scenarios/open discussions with them. Any tool we have to get those we love thinking is a great thing!

  3. Stacey says

    This would be a fun family game at Christmas- might be able to get the others thinking a little more seriously about things!

  4. Willow says

    Sounds like a great game to play with our extended family over the upcoming holidays. Always looking for a great thinking game for kids and adults alike.

  5. Kris says

    I hadn’t even heard of this game until yesterday. It looks like a great game to play with friends and family. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. Good luck everyone.

  6. Charles Cooper says

    Never heard of this game. I like the concept of post emergency but also the very real approach to a disaster. I have a plan but this would attack my plan from different angles not thought of. Thanks for the post and i hope the most deserving wins.

  7. Dulcinea says

    What a great idea. This would be great to discuss with everyone in our group. So many things you wouldn’t think of until it’s too late, and so much better to know where everyone would stand before-hand.

  8. Melissa DuBois says

    This would be an amazing win for me and my family so we can go over scenarios and practice for what may come. Thank you for the chance to win

  9. Josh says

    I think this looks like an awesome way to talk to friends and family in a fun way…thanks for the chance to win…and good luck to us all

  10. donna clemow says

    Had fun last tuesday night. Would love to have the game .. thanks for all you are doing to help us all to prepare for what is upon us all.
    Donna clemow

  11. melissa tableman says

    I think this game looks like so much fun. I would love to win this. My daughter and I play card games all the time. Good !luck to all.. Can’t wait…..

  12. Ali says

    This sounds fun to play with a group of friends and a couple drinks~! But I really like the idea to use them as a teachable game for kids. Gonna have to get these! ^__^

  13. Alexis H says

    Very neat! My father-in-law is not one for games, but I have a feeling we could get him to play this one. Perfect Christmas gift for him!

  14. CTY says

    This sounds like a great way to for the family how each thinks/feels about situations as well coming up with a plan of action before a crisis hits. Should would like to win this.

  15. Kali says

    Hmm….I think I may have just found a way to talk more about prepping with my card game loving husband! What a great idea! Thank you for the opportunity to win a set of cards. They could be really helpful here at my house. 🙂

  16. Nedra Osso says

    I would love to have this to play with my family. Thank you for inventing a game that could be greatly beneficial. Good Luck to everyone.

  17. LaRaine says

    Great idea. Would be fun to play with other family members who have not thought about some of these. I can think of a family member or two I would invite to play.

  18. Echo says

    i’ve heard some of the questions. not a game but a life or death learning tool. you will learn about yourself and the people you might be prepping with.

  19. sarah moore says

    This would make an awesome Christmas gift for my hubby for us to share with friends and family! I’m not able to get him anything this year.

  20. Nan Bixby says

    Sounds like a great game for cold nights or even when we are traveling. Great conversation starter! Thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Lori Spier says

    Looks awesome and a great way to introduce prepping to those people who think the government will take care of them.

  22. ej bognear says

    I would like to win I new to prepping but I have been learning a lot and teaching my family that shtf may happen this would be of great value and will further with our learning ,thank you

  23. momwithaprep says

    Congrats to Lori, Michelle & Sherry for being drawn to receive a free copy of the game!! Thanks to everyone for playing along! Remember, if you didn’t win a copy, you can purchase it directly from Survival Logics here:

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