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Honor + Intrigue: Maneuver Cards

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Greetings, eager intriguer! Be not beleaguered! Your request has been heard! In this product, we offer players three sets of print-and-play cards to use in your Honor + Intrigue game. Every Maneuver and Repartee action can be at your fingertips.

If you have the Honor + Intrigue rulebook, you probably don’t need these cards; they were made as an optional tool for players that want something tactile they can hold at the table or for quick reference during game. The cards do include a few extra maneuvers that were included with The Duelist’s Guide and Intriguing Options Volume 1: Rules + Story, in case you don’t have those.

How to Use This Product

There are a few ways you can use these Maneuver Cards for Honor + Intrigue.

  • Digital Reference: Just choose the PDF you prefer to read from and read it from Printed Cards on a blue backgroundyour screen. The 3x3 Printer Friendly file and the Print Clip and Fold option has fully selectable text so you can copy and paste from them if you need to.
  • Print Reference: Print out the PDF of your choice (likely the 3x3 Printer Friendly or 3x3 Color file). Staple it together and use it as a landscape booklet at the table.
  • Single Side Printing: For this we suggest using the 3x3 Color or Printer Friendly file. Print them out and cut them out along the lines. You can then either mount them on cards with a glue stick or slide these into card sleeves (we’d recommend using a distinctly colored back so you can separate Major and Minor Actions and Reactions).
  • Print, Clip, and Fold: These card sheets are arranged in four rows, with the front and back of the card placed adjacent to one another. Print out the cards on cardstock (or you can use paper if you plan to slide them into clear plastic card sleeves). Once printed out, cut out the outside edge, then cut each individual horizontal line separating cards. Score the front of the vertical line separating the front and back of each card. Use a glue stick or double-sided tape on one of the sides, and then fold it over, making sure the corners touch. If you are using card sleeves, glue is optional.

Why are there blank cards?

The blank cards in the Print, Clip, and Fold set are there in case you decide to make up any new maneuvers. Just follow the format of the other cards in the set and write in your own descriptions. These blank cards might also be good for creating your own specific Gambits.

 

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Mikko A June 10, 2023 7:29 pm UTC
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These are great!
Any way to get cards also as individual images, for VTT use?
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Chris R August 17, 2023 9:21 pm UTC
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What would be the best format to do this in? I don't use VTTs very much, so what would you be able to port into your game?
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Mikko A September 01, 2023 9:43 am UTC
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Optimal would be .webp but .png is still pretty standard format in VTT:s.
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Michael S March 02, 2023 2:31 am UTC
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These look great! Could you make PoD cards?
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Chris R March 02, 2023 4:10 am UTC
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I was intending to, yes.
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