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Decks in the Dark [BUNDLE]

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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 50 obstacles, 40 important people, and 40 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! A document shows the "card backs" for obstacles, so once you draw one you can consult for some ideas to make it easier or harder. ...

Heists in the Dark
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Plan heists on the fly! Scoundrels need work, and there are plenty of dangerous opportunities in the shadowed city of Duskwall. Strike a balance as you take inspiration from the people, places, heist types, and complications in the deck but interpret them to fit your players and your game table. These cards have a custom desgin so you can lay them out and see an adventure emerge as they connect. Every opportunity is a problem in disguise, and vice versa!  You can use the cards to sketch out a few possible heists ahead of the session. You can also pull cards out in play to get ideas for people, places, objectives, and complications. The deck gives you ideas to deepen the texture of your game world without requiring you to study an adventure someone else wrote.  The people in this deck ...

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david C July 11, 2022 6:45 pm UTC
What are the differences in the two decks here?
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This title was added to our catalog on April 10, 2021.