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Character Stat Cards, Equipment Cards, and Initiative Cards

My array of newly printed Character Stat Cards, Equipment Cards, and Initiative Cards.

Lately I've been really anxious to both get out and demonstrate Broken Contract to the masses, and also allow people the option to "print and play" so that they can play test at home. Over the past several days I decided to take matters into my own hands and try and flex my very rudimentary Photoshop skills. I spent a half dozen hours or so making mock ups that people can play with that aren't completely embarrassing. Luckily, Sam created cards that weren't so elaborate that they made any hope of editing them impossible. At the same time, they don't have the polish, nor the subtle variation, that even his early work has had. This is okay though since these are just for play testing purposes anyway.

Talla Kellerman mock up character card.

Initiative Deck and prototype "card back".

The above cards were a mock up Initiative Deck that Sam threw together for me a few months back. With a bit of effort I covered over all of the numbers and made 22 blank cards. Then I used them to create cards for almost all of the weapons and equipment I've created for the game.

Weapons and Equipment Set 1

Weapons and Equipment Set 2

They aren't pretty, like the ones Sam was working on, but they'll do the job.

WIP Cards that Sam has started.

Finally, I created a blank character card so that you can create your own characters. There are rough draft rules for creating characters here.



All of these print and play components can be downloaded here from this MediaFire folder.

Download them and print them with my permission. All of them are useable with the the current Alpha Rules, though be on the lookout for Alpha Rules 2.0 in the very near future.

Thanks for reading and I look forward to some feedback.
-Nick

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