I first published my Classified Objectives deck in march, and the response since then has been fantastic. I was recently approached by the French Infinity community at Bureau-Aegis to produce a translation of the cards, which I was happy to help with as I get very few opportunities to speak en Français, and it’s fun when the opportunity arises.
While working on the translation project, I made some adjustments to the card template to add features that had been requested by both the English and French communities:
1. Enlarged objective text – it turns out I was wasting a lot of real estate in the title bar; shrinking that down gave me enough space to increase the objective text by two font sizes:
2. Card backs in multiple colours – so that several players at the same table can tell their decks apart:
3. Professionally-printed copies – thanks to an awesome site called PrinterStudio.com that E-Warden directed me to; I uploaded the images to their service and made the designs available for anyone to buy. I picked up enough copies for my store to use and the quality’s pretty good– comparable to a standard deck of playing cards (though a bit thinner than, say, a Magic or other CCG card).
4. English and French versions of all of the above – thanks to the awesome translation work of Anaris and his friends from the Bureau-Aegis community!
All of the above combine together to result in 20 (!) printable PDF versions of the deck and 10 purchasable versions, all of which are available on a new Infinity Tools page linked in the top menu, which also contains a link to the Hacking Helper, and will house anything else I make in the future.
And yes, there will be more. Stay tuned.