Thought it was time to share my Pinterest board of Blades in the Dark.

Thought it was time to share my Pinterest board of Blades in the Dark.

Thought it was time to share my Pinterest board of Blades in the Dark. I add regularly and have over 2,700 images so far. Recently started a Scum and Villainy board as well but that is still new as a baby so stay tuned! Hope this might help inspire games/tables. 🙂

https://pin.it/ogc4hpukdkct6s

Inspired by the preview of the awesome Coalridge detailed map used in the Bluecoats playtest, I decided to try…

Inspired by the preview of the awesome Coalridge detailed map used in the Bluecoats playtest, I decided to try…

Inspired by the preview of the awesome Coalridge detailed map used in the Bluecoats playtest, I decided to try making a detailed map of Crow’s Foot (since it’s the starting situation).

Zoom in for the details! You can get it from my Crow’s Foot folder if you want to use it: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16FTxODZKtLiWI0FlgyYde_B9vDLAp40Q

The third and final gang-headquarters visual aid for the Blades starting situation – the Crow’s Nest. From the book:

The third and final gang-headquarters visual aid for the Blades starting situation – the Crow’s Nest. From the book:

The third and final gang-headquarters visual aid for the Blades starting situation – the Crow’s Nest. From the book:

“An ancient tower from before the cataclysm that has been a ritual sanctum, an astronomer’s laboratory, and a Bluecoat watch post—before its current role as the headquarters of the district’s chief gang, the Crows.”

(obviously I photobashed this image from the clock tower in Thief).

Get it in high resolution here: https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1837/42129314700_37cde1a862_o.jpg

You can see my other visual aids and gang-cards and leader-portraits in this folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16FTxODZKtLiWI0FlgyYde_B9vDLAp40Q

I am looking to make an overlay for a Scum and Villainy game for Twitch. Does anyone know the name of the title font?

I am looking to make an overlay for a Scum and Villainy game for Twitch. Does anyone know the name of the title font?

I am looking to make an overlay for a Scum and Villainy game for Twitch. Does anyone know the name of the title font?

Number 2 of 3 – here’s a visual aid for the Red Sash Sword Academy.

Number 2 of 3 – here’s a visual aid for the Red Sash Sword Academy.

Number 2 of 3 – here’s a visual aid for the Red Sash Sword Academy.

High-res here: https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/848/28756428947_fc4014a729_o.jpg

More about the actual floor-plan (which I did a year ago!) here: https://plus.google.com/109817499382146310869/posts/RPgjzFRe45n

Inspired by the amazing Roll20 playsheets people have shared on here, and my own excitement at putting together a…

Inspired by the amazing Roll20 playsheets people have shared on here, and my own excitement at putting together a…

Inspired by the amazing Roll20 playsheets people have shared on here, and my own excitement at putting together a group, I made a playsheet for an upcoming Band of Blades game. This one’s specifically for the Campaign Phase; I have actual uni work to do before I have time to make a Mission Phase one.

At first, I went for a more ‘traditional’ playbook with books and maps and documents strewn across a table texture, but I couldn’t get it to a point I was satisfied with. Then I remembered that the Legion is supposed to have Annals. What better way to fictionalise a playbook than to have it be a literal record of the campaign?

I’m particularly pleased with blending the game art into the book pages, although at a second go-through I might use the Fort Callisto art for the right page (the left one uses the Sunstrider Camp art, but it’s mostly hidden), although I do like the Western Front as a representation of how harried the Legion’s camp is supposed to be. The map doesn’t quite blend in, but a) I really couldn’t be bothered keying the black-and-white version to the book pages and b) I really like the bright colours on it; it gives BoB a different aesthetic than BitD.

The Time clocks are beneath the map, and Long-Term projects (and spy assignments) go on the facing page. There’s a lot of other stuff to track in the campaign, but not a whole lot that can easily be visually represented in Roll20, at least without breaking the ~aesthetic~. I’ll probably just ask my players to print their Roles and keep track on paper.

I’ll probably use the two key art pieces that frame the system and world sections for the Mission Phase map.

In my continuing quest to find a good map format for more open-ended games like Blades in the Dark, here’s an…

In my continuing quest to find a good map format for more open-ended games like Blades in the Dark, here’s an…

In my continuing quest to find a good map format for more open-ended games like Blades in the Dark, here’s an attempt at the Lampblacks HQ. This is intended as a creative prompt and visual aid more than a definitive map. A place to put character-tokens and clocks rather than a strict guide as to what rooms there are or what the scale is. It also gives the players something immersive to look at if you play in Roll20 or similar.

High-res here: https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1763/28692613967_35cbb7f53b_o.jpg

Due to the recent discussion about the various fictional and cultural influences that can shape any given version of…

Due to the recent discussion about the various fictional and cultural influences that can shape any given version of…

Due to the recent discussion about the various fictional and cultural influences that can shape any given version of Doskvol, I’ve decided to share my Blades in the Dark Pinterest board.

It contains 1000+ pins grouped into 16 sections for easier digestion (sections are only visible when logged into Pinterest).

https://www.pinterest.com/odog4ever/shades-of-blades/

https://pin.it/salq4elkia6tgl