Cardau (22 cardau stories)
Stunning; Extremely impressive or attractive. "She looked stunning" Growing up, Somi had only ever had one card in her deck. It was a kitten and when a girl in her grade stole her card, leaving her deck empty, the kitten didn't se
Everyone has had that moment when they feel like life can only get better and nothing can go wrong. Then it does and everything seems to fall apart. Accepted into the most sought after University in Asia, everything is going right for Lee Avery.
Who would have though, twelve cards could change everything?
Throughout the seventeen years of her life, Kim Ara had never received a card.
Description: Between her father cheating and her mother's anger issues, Kwan couldn’t decide whether or not she’d survive in that god forsaken house. That was until she found her knight, Chanyeol. Now the two are on a quest to find the rest of his brothers.
19 Cards 2 Decks 1 Mate Welcome to the Hidden World of the Card Wielders.
What happened when you're thrown into the world you never wanted to be a part of? Hana thought that her step sister Soyeon will be the chosen one. The one who will own the prestigious EXO deck but not everything go as we think it would.
In what seems like a normal world there is a secret. Hiding is plain daylight are the people known as Deck Masters; powerful people, who are the only ones that can control the beings who's souls are trapped in what is called a Warrior's Card. Deck Masters, although nice to their own kind, are ruthless and won't hesitate to abuse their Warriors for even the smallest mistake. But, Emory and her sisters aren't like that. They believe that Warriors are people too, and should be treated like
Lee Sian is quite famous. And for many reasons: Sian is the most skillful swordswoman in Sibylline Academy and possibly the entire city. Sian's older brother is the record breaker for obtaining the most amount of decks. Sian's father is a man of power in the Coucil. And Lee Sian . . . Lee Sian
My name is Moon Hani, and I’m a card wielder. Or so I’ve been told.
Every year children were taken on their fifth birthday to a camp that groomed them into card wielding soldiers to the great pleasure of the governments cruelty. While there, they were groomed and molded into emotionless soldiers. Their innocence was taken from them at such a young age that all they knew was this camp; not even recognizing their own families once they had reached the age of fifteen and released back to them befor