Me and my son David have a Brimstone campaign going. Great fun! But we have one problem now as the heroes start to get upgrades, mutations, equipment, one-adventure bonuses etc. How the heck to keep track of it all?
Our attempts with paper and pen is sort of okay but not very visual.
I’ve used the free program Magic Set Editor previously to make cards for I Ain’t Been Shot, Mum! and it works well there. Time to try it out for Brimstone.
|Cards to show the upgrades and also the cumulative stat changes and other info for our heroes. As usual, click on the picture for a close-up.|
David and I sat down yesterday and made the cards we needed for next game and it was easy, fun (trying to find good illustrations) and gave great results.
Next step is to laminate the cards that will be used most frequently and also making cards for the treasure we carry around so that the original cards can go back into their respective decks.
Welcome follower Rattlesnake from Little Wars wargaming club. Brien has blogs of his own, The Brien’s Great Adventure on American Civil War re-enactment and Wargaming in Sverige! - they are well worth a look. We had a great game of Naval Thunder the other day at the club. Well, great… both of my battleships sunk L