Pocket Danger Patrol cards

Danger Patrol CardsI’m looking to play John Harper‘s Danger Patrol (Pocket Edition) with my group, but I really loved the idea from the beta edition of each player selecting two “cards” which fit together to make their character sheet. So, I built a file with cards appropriate to the pocket edition (that is, very trimmed down from the beta versions).

In keeping with the flavor of the pocket edition each card is rendered at index card size (3"×5"), one page per card. You’ll likely need to experiment with settings if you want to print them. You can also print multi-page, or even build custom sheets by selecting to print two pages on one piece of paper, then selecting just the two pages you are mixing together (e.g. to get something like the image shown above, you’d set the pages field to “2,15”).

I built these in like an hour, so they are not the highest quality things I’ve ever done. Like Danger Patrol they are released under the Creative Commons attribution- Noncommercial-share alike 3.0 United states license.

By the way, if you like Danger Patrol, consider backing the author’s Patreon.

Vector demonweb

demonwebFor various important reasons (ok, not really, I just wanted a skin for my new phone) I needed a crisp version of the map in the Queen of the Demonweb Pits, but all I could find were various beaten up, not great resolution scans. So, I built a quick vector based version.

This should scale to any size you like. There wasn’t much in the way of quality control when I made it, so it very likely has errors. Let me know if you find any. I also don’t own the correct weight of Franklin Gothic to exactly replicate the labels of the original. Let me know if you use these files to make something else.