There's a new update out today on the Main server for everyone! New Card Features We've gone back and re-thought the way that hands work, added additional settings to give you more control over how cards are played to the tabletop, and added a discard pile. Here's the full list: We've re-worked the way that the hands system works. Now instead of having a separate "hand" for each deck of cards, you have one hand per player. When you open that hand, you can view all the cards from all decks together, or you can view the cards organized by deck. Should make it easier to quickly switch back and forth and see what cards you're holding. There are now many new options when setting up the Deck. You can specify if the cards go to the tabletop face up or face down by default, who can see the cards in player's hands, what the size of the cards should be when they are played to the tabletop, and more. You can now enable a "Discard Pile" for the deck. There are several different modes to choose from, which let you see the cards in the pile to choose one, or to just draw the oldest/newest card in the pile. Enable the discard pile in the Deck settings. If you Shift+Click on the next card of a deck, that will now immediately draw the card to your hand (no need to drag and drop it). In addition there's now a "Draw" link that players can use to draw multiple cards out of a deck at once into their hand. The GM has the Deal command with more options to deal multiple cards to one or multiple players simultaneously. It's now impossible to delete the default Playing Cards deck (most people did this by accident, not intentionally). API Improvements There's been a number of new API improvements over the past couple of weeks. You can read about them in these threads on the API forum: API Update: State Object Persistence API Update: Create New Objects In addition, many of the Mentors are starting to create and share their API Scripts in the API Forum, so if you're curious to see what the API can do, check it out! And of course in addition to the new features, there's a smattering of bug fixes, including abilities saving when you press Save Changes even when you were editing them, fixing Handout image editing via drag and drop, and more. Enjoy!