Hi thank you for this template ! Can I use the "Band of Blades playbook template" layout for my own ttrpg ? :D
Blades Affinity Templates
A downloadable Affinity Template
A New Resource for Designers and Fans Using Affinity Publisher
Blades Affinity Templates is a series of files meant to guide designers, GMs, and fans of Blades in the Dark in crafting their own iconic playbooks and crews. Contained within are a series of documents and files with easy to use elements as well as helpful tips and examples.
For those using Indesign or similar software, check out this template by MKUDN.
For an example of a finished playbook using this layout and method, see the Sleuth.
These files use assets from Blades in the Dark, by John Harper. Moth-Lands is not associated with John or Evil Hat in any way shape or form. Please do not place any of these assets up for sale anywhere without their express permission.
UPDATE - Band of Blades Templates!
I've included templates for Band of Blades by Off Guard Games. The same stipulations apply as above. When opening these files, check to make sure you have all the proper fonts!
I talk about designing The Sleuth, and other playbooks, in the inaugural episode of Hacked in the Dark. Check it out at the link, below.
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- Updates and AdditionsSep 16, 2020
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So I wouldn't recommend using the assets in anything you're going to sell, as some of them are ripped straight from the book! That said, with some replacement of fonts and visual assets, these templates area great place to start in terms of layout.
These are awesome, thanks so much! Any chance of getting templates for neighborhoods, factions, and/or random tables (streets/buildings/people/etc) for those of us building setting-hacks?
Very helpful for other designers. Thanks a lot for making them!
so useful. just great!
These were so so useful. Thank you for providing them!
Would it be possible to get these templates in Scribus format?
Alas I’ve never once used Scribus myself but I know someone would find that useful. I’ll ask around.
oh goodness someone JUST posted a link to this in their entry.