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  1. admin says:

    Had a really good night of play testing a new scenario based game. It does need a few tweaks, but it was really successful. So watch for that soon!

  2. admin says:

    Contemplating putting together some traditional RPG rules for Steam Spy. Has anyone tried that? Any thoughts?

  3. admin says:

    Had an intense game last night. My English agent Sir Horatio Smythe was able to escape the Diamond Club’s Death Island twice with his submersible clockwork bicycle, but ultimately was subdued by Baron Mon Schwienhund’s hypnotic tea set.

  4. admin says:

    It was great meeting some of you and showing off the game at Megacon in Orlando last weekend. If you came here after seeing the game there, be sure to say hello and let us know what you think of it.

  5. Steve says:

    I had some ideas for improving playability. Unless you print the cards on really heavy stock, its kind of hard to shuffle them. If you use card sleeves like the kind they sell for other collectible card games it helps give them thickness and rigidity.

    Also, it says dice are needed but I would suggest using 5 six-sided (5d6, heh) per player. I’m having the best luck with 2 of those dice being a different size or color than the other 3 and the different dice are used to distinguish the drama dice. I haven’t found a game situation where you can have more than 2 drama dice for a roll.

  6. Steve says:

    I dig the layout and theme. I can hardly wait to see it grow!

  7. Jim says:

    The links to the various factions on the Factions and Cards page all give me a “Not Found” error.

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