Licensed game aids for fifth-edition Dungeons & Dragons produced by Gale Force Nine, released in several sets which detail all the spells and spell-like abilities from the game:
- Arcane (231 cards) [includes Warlock, Wizard, and Sorcerer spells]
- Arcane Archetypes (18 cards) [includes Warlock patron spells, Wizard tradition spells, and Sorcerer origin spells]
- Bard (120 cards)
- Cleric (106 cards)
- Cleric Domains (43 cards)
- Druid (110 cards)
- Druid Circles (21 cards)
- Martial Powers & Races (41 cards) [includes battlemaster Fighter maneuvers, totem Barbarian abilities, Bard magical secrets, and subrace spell-like abilities]
- Monk Traditions (19 cards)
- Paladin (45 cards)
- Paladin Oaths (24 cards)
- Ranger (46 cards)
- Elemental (45 cards) [includes 43 spells from the Elemental Evil Player's Companion supplement, plus replacement cards for the mislead and destructive wave spells omitted in the original printings of the Arcane and Paladin decks]
The cards are standard poker size (3.5 inches × 2.5 inches / 88mm × 63.5mm) and are laminated to allow use with dry-erase markers and to protect against spills.
Each card's face describes one spell, including its name, level and school, casting time, range, components, duration, and description: where a description is abridged owing to space limitations, a Player's Handbook page reference is also provided. (Cards from the Elemental deck include page references to both the Princes of the Apocalypse adventure and the Elemental Evil Player's Companion supplement) Some spells include additional entries describing how their effects change when they are cast with higher-level slots.
The back of each card shows a class-specific pattern plus the spell's level for ease of sorting. (Exceptions: Cards from the Elemental deck have a unique back and include class icons on the front of the card; cards from the Arcane and Arcane Archetypes decks share a single back rather than being warlock-, wizard-, or sorcerer-specific.)
Initial printings of the Arcane, Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, and Ranger decks had square-cut corners and did not include the "concentration" descriptor in spell durations: the later decks (and the revised printings of these original decks) have round-cut corners, like those of traditional playing cards, and indicate concentration with a diamond-shaped "C" icon in the duration field.