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 11 
 on: July 01, 2015, 11:35:04 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by Mister Andersen
How heavily will you be emphasising the 'be any spy, any where in the world" factor? Because I think some pieces with specific recognisable regional geography or artifacts in the background would really help sell that -- the Kremlin, the Gherkin or Big Ben, Sydney Opera House, the Shanghai skyline, Times Square, the Hollywood sign, Burj-al-Arab.

Anything other than generic white dudes and busty women is good (the card game art you guys had to use in 2.0 garnered some particularly unfavourable commentary in that regard from people I've introduced the game to). Recruiting spies and operatives from cultures and ethnicities outside Central Casting is one of the major logistical challenges of any covert agency looking to expand its reach.

Honey trap.

Dead drop.

Traffic stop.

Surveillance op.

Security grid.

Investigation clue board.

Disguises.

Gambling.

Payoffs & Bribes.

(Wo)man-in-the-van / remote ops.

Drones.

Tech support.

Data analysis.

Press conference.

 12 
 on: July 01, 2015, 09:46:35 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by Krensky
A Wheelman and a Hacker.  Tongue

 13 
 on: July 01, 2015, 07:39:42 PM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by Krensky
That looks from start to finish like the work of the PR department. I've never seen him looking that cute or happy.
There was that one time, but we never did hear from that R&D group again...

It was all smiles and giggles until the eucalyptus infused gin ran out.

A shame, I'll miss that class of interns.
what happened to action science means never having to say "sorry for your loss?"

I'm not sorry for their loss, I'm sorry for mine.

 14 
 on: July 01, 2015, 05:56:47 PM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by TheTSKoala
That looks from start to finish like the work of the PR department. I've never seen him looking that cute or happy.
There was that one time, but we never did hear from that R&D group again...

It was all smiles and giggles until the eucalyptus infused gin ran out.

A shame, I'll miss that class of interns.
what happened to action science means never having to say "sorry for your loss?"

...The eucalyptus infused gin ran out.

 15 
 on: July 01, 2015, 05:40:56 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by Crafty_Pat
What art style are you looking for?  Real-life or closer to fictional novella's.. say.. Bond / Tom Clancy?

Specifically not discussing art style here. Only concepts.

 16 
 on: July 01, 2015, 04:54:16 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by Dreamstreamer
Some assets, some agents; hopefully these don't "script" too much:

Xerox repairman (replacing film/memory)

Jogger (tying shoe while placing/retrieving from a dead drop)

Window washer (ideally suspended from a sky rise)

Nigerian Prince (and you thought the emails were fake!)

Congressman's - or other national-level representative's - aide (get a feel for the political movers and shakers)

Bigwig's abused spouse (not sure I want to see this, but they would be a powerful asset, at least until Bigwig is brought low)

Carpenter (custom house dressing and woodwork)

Mechanic (discreetly hides trackers on vehicles, minor repair work)

Interior designer/decorator (locate/obfuscate ideal placement for bugs, encourage mark to use HQ's crew for remodeling)

Librarian/County clerk (familiarity with local history, access to old records)

Conspiracy guru (they don't think like other people think...)

Animal control (escaped "dangerous" animals, and tranquilizers!)

Janitor (can clean up or clean out)

Stage magician's assistant (knows almost as much, far more forgettable)

Chemist (another form of magic)

Mendicant (can still hang out around most urban environments)

Deep sea/sport fisherman (there's a lot of water out there)

Paramedic (exfiltration, first aid, and as my academy instructor put it, "evidence obliteration")

If this is what you're looking for, I'll try to think up some more.

 17 
 on: July 01, 2015, 04:51:23 PM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by foproy
That looks from start to finish like the work of the PR department. I've never seen him looking that cute or happy.
There was that one time, but we never did hear from that R&D group again...

It was all smiles and giggles until the eucalyptus infused gin ran out.

A shame, I'll miss that class of interns.
what happened to action science means never having to say "sorry for your loss?"

 18 
 on: July 01, 2015, 04:37:37 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by tfwfh
You can probably just go down the list of specialties, and for the most part just roll dice or something to fill out the other major adjectives like race and gender.

To use the 2.0 specialties (because they're nearby)
  • Male Asian Authority
  • Female White City Dweller
  • Black Male Clergy
  • etc

 19 
 on: July 01, 2015, 04:15:54 PM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by Krensky
That looks from start to finish like the work of the PR department. I've never seen him looking that cute or happy.
There was that one time, but we never did hear from that R&D group again...

It was all smiles and giggles until the eucalyptus infused gin ran out.

A shame, I'll miss that class of interns.

 20 
 on: July 01, 2015, 03:58:53 PM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by TheTSKoala
*looks around*  *drops his seabags*  *looks at the posts*  Huh.  Yea.  That R&D team.. ...yea.  Well.. it was a solid concept. 

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