Ian slouched lower in the back seat, trying to make himself invisible as Amelia kept driving the company sedan as casually as she could with a stolen government server in her trunk. He folded the map over and tried to make heads or tails of it, but without being able to see out a window he just didn’t know for sure where they were.
“I’m coming up on the checkpoint,” said Amelia as she slowed the car and shifted the gears gently, “you might want to disappear.”»Read more
Just read this in yahoo news. A new factory being built to clone hundreds of thousands of cattle per year in order to bolster the food generation capabilities of China. Sounds altruistic enough, if a bit morally gray. Also sounds like a white lie.
The types of missions spies go on can vary dramatically. It's why they have to be so highly trained in so many things, or be comprised of a team of strong specialists each filling a niche. Therefore, it should be possible to take nearly any adventure module for any published role playing game and turn it into a spy mission. To illustrate this, I'll do one.
...reskinned for a spy adventure!
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This is the character sheet for the White Lies RPG. It is only the blank one; in the digital PDF download available for the core product at DriveThruRPG and its affiliates, you'll get class-specific character sheets as well (to make character creation that much faster!).
Note: the original version DwD Studios shared with you was just for printing and writing on, but the awesome Tod Casasent has provided us a form-fillable version and that's what you'll get if you click the download link. Enjoy!
If anyone finds errata, for White Lies, please submit it in this thread. Spelling errors, grammar confusion, omissions, or anything else you think is wrong - please help a gaming brother out by sharing your findings. I would hate for people to buy a POD with my bad self-proof-reading mistakes in it :-(. Thanks for any help you can offer :-)?