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Miniatures Adventure => SuperHero Adventures => Topic started by: llyrric on May 12, 2018, 12:48:52 AM

Title: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: llyrric on May 12, 2018, 12:48:52 AM
Hey all,

I've lurked here for a while.  Over the last couple weeks my son and I have begun delving back into SMF.  I took some ideas(and graphics) from Weasel Force's cards and morphed them into a 4" x 6" template that I could print online or at a local photo printer.  This allows you to use photo sleeves to encase the cards and use wax pencils or dry erase markers to mark up the sheets during games.  I've already printed out the first set and they came out nice(just need to add a little bit of border to each)   

Anyway, I decided to put the stuff I have made so far online and share it with everyone else.  It's done in MS publisher, and I have put the templates online for re-use.  If you want to help get more character cards online feel free to use the templates and email them to me via the website. 

I'll probably do a video tutorial at some point also on simple use of MS publisher to stat out a new character.

http://smfcards.000webhostapp.com/
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: llyrric on May 12, 2018, 12:50:13 AM
Also note, these are not "by the book" characters and I am not a comic superhero expert.  I just used the web and existing profiles to try and fit my vision of each character.
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: fourcolorfigs on May 12, 2018, 03:45:43 AM
Those look pretty amazing! Only minor quibble, and this is easily ignored, HP should be Body.


On the actual conversions from the comics, the few I spot checked look pretty solid.

Thank you for cranking these out. They look amazing!
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: llyrric on May 17, 2018, 01:31:25 AM
Added another 80+ in archive #3.  Somewhere around 230 writeups at this point.
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: llyrric on May 23, 2018, 06:36:06 PM
Added a 4th archive.  Also added some card templates in Powerpoint format for those that don't have publisher.  It takes a little more work to format with the recharge tracking boxes.  Thinking about putting individual pages for character cards over time that can be rated by the community.  So in theory you could have multiple versions of each character peer voted on.
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: Supercollider on May 24, 2018, 03:50:55 AM
Thanks for sharing these, I just bought the rules and have a huge bag of clix I don't know too much about - now I can get stated right away :)
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: Weasel-Fierce on October 09, 2018, 09:58:14 PM
I've just logged on for the first time in a while and seen these but they look great! Lots of work have gone into them, glad I could provide the inspiration.

(By the way, it's Weasel-FIERCE) :-)
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: Hat Guy on October 11, 2018, 12:51:47 AM
Thanks for these, they're great! Perfect for when I use SMF to demo the hobby at local community festivals.

I don't suppose there's any chance you've been working on The Incredibles, Syndrome, Rocket Racoon or any Nintendo characters in the background?  :D
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: obsidian3d on November 14, 2018, 08:58:33 PM
These look really nice. Good work.
Title: Re: New 4x6 card templates Super Mission Force Character Cards
Post by: llyrric on February 12, 2019, 04:07:21 AM
Yeah, I'm not on much either.  I jump back and forth between my hobbies.  I have about half of another set of cards ready, and will probably get around to finishing it out in the relatively near future.  I think I'll be hosting a game at a small local gamecon, which is always good for motivation.  My son and I did make syndrome and I've 3d printed his giant robot, so maybe we'll do up some incredibles in the next batch.