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Blades in the Dark Heist Deck, Print and Play

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Blades in the Dark is a game of scoundrels pulling heists in the haunted city of Duskwall. This print and play deck of cards is designed to help game masters put together a heist on the fly.

With 30 obstacles, 20 important people, and 20 treasures, the game master's creativity can be inspired with Duskwall-flavored possibilities. Draw two people cards, a treasure card, and three obstacle cards, then figure out which person is hiring the crew and which is the target. Decide on an objective based around the treasure and the mischief it might inspire. Pick a location for the heist and weave the obstacles into it. You've got a foundation, now improvise the rest!

 
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Gary F May 25, 2017 1:43 pm UTC
Can you make this an actual print product so i can get the cards?
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Craig B March 03, 2017 8:53 pm UTC
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There's a link inside the PDF to a physical and "more complete" version. Would have been nice to get the extra stuff from the physical version in the PDF too.
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Scott M August 09, 2016 9:44 am UTC
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Be useful to number the cards, so I can just roll and reference the cards straight off the PDF.
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Fabrizio V February 06, 2016 2:35 pm UTC
Well, I find it surprising, to say the least, that while we're still waiting (and it's been a very long waiting) for our kickstarter final product, you are publishing new stuff for sale in the same line of products.
What is not surprising, is that I do not commit to kick-starters projects anymore.
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Gordon C February 07, 2016 4:43 am UTC
This appears to be a third party product for use with Blades in the Dark, probably to take advantage of the popularity of the recently "out of beta" rules.
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Ben S February 27, 2016 5:43 am UTC
Yeah, it's pretty obviously not by John Harper, given the author has a different name, and a different company...
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John S August 15, 2016 9:57 pm UTC
What I find surprising is that you did not read the name of author or the publishing company. What is not surprising is the illiteracy rate among gamers ;P
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Fabrizio V August 19, 2016 1:11 pm UTC
You see John S, the first answer (Gordon C) was clear and courteous, and closed the issue.
But you needed to add some more, with a kind reference to illiteracy.
So, I guess I might answer that Andrew Shields is actually working with John Harper, as announced in an campaign update - 4th dec 2015 (apparently this illiterate has been reading something). It's the same team.
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This title was added to our catalog on January 29, 2016.