Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Some Black Seven Play Aids

Split Screen mode of the Co-op campaign. Arche...
Snake? SNAAAAAAAoh, it's not Snake. It's Archer and Kestrel from SC: Conviction's awesome co-op mode.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Are you playing the amazing Black Seven from Zero Point Information?  Probably not, you aren't that cool.  It's a stealth action game based on exceptional games like Splinter Cell, Thief and Metal Gear Solid. I've talked about it on the podcast before and finally put a game together of it on Friday. Woot!

In preparation, I created a character sheet, some status cards (which can and will be flipped numerous times during the game), and a Threat Level sheet that reminds players what happens at each threat level. I'm going to use a playing card to vividly display the Threat Level. Of course, I'll use the techno-thrill-filled cyberpunk card deck The Grid, which I recently got from Kickstarter.


The Black Seven Character Sheet.

The Black Seven Status Cards.

The Black Seven Threat Level display page.

All sheets are in PDF.
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