I recently purchased the German-language
from Funagain. This is a very attractive game, with
a nice large board, good quality cardboard and wooden bits, but with German-
language cards. Since I don't yet read or speak German (though I'm trying to
learn), I needed to make English-language versions of the cards.
Spielfrieks to the rescue: Mark Blanco was kind enough to make up standard
card-size English versions of the cards and he posted them to the
geek. I picked up
some full-page Avery labels for inkjet printers and printed out the
cards. I then mounted them to extra Magic: the Gathering common cards (green
ones, if you care) and the results look great.