Head Back To 1967 As Crooked Dice Release 7TV2 Annual

January 9, 2017 by dracs

Crooked Dice has collated together a bunch of new supplementary material for the second edition of 7TV into the 1967 Annual which has just gone up for pre-order.

1967 Annual

This annual, which is already available as a PDF, contains sixty-four pages of new material, including:

  • Ratings War: Simple rules for 7TV campaigns
  • Marty’s Monster: Mike Jarvis gives us full background and stats for his 7TV kids show cast
  • Most Wanted: six Stars and Co-Stars and two Extras to take your open casting criminal casts in new directions
  • Customising 7TV Cards: Stephen Thorpe show us how to make your own bespoke 7TV cards
  • The Girls of St. Searle’s: The unruly students and their long-suffering teachers make it into 2nd edition 7TV
  • Blood For The Baron!: Graeme gets nostalgic and starts gaming a Red Shadows cast in 7TV
  • The Daredevils: The Dare sisters don’t do low key. Add them as allies to any heroic cast with these rules
  • Episode Guide: six new episodes suitable for any cast, from the Show of Force to a Treasure Hunt
  • All Out War!: The definitive rules for playing a standard game of 7TV
  • Fiction: Marty’s Monster in “The Brush Off” and the Daredevils in “Ladies Night”
  • The Cards: sixty-eight profile, unit, vehicle and cast card for everything covered in the Annual including eight new 7TV open casting cards to make your boxed game even better. Plus twelve Ratings War cards and four new Daredevils gadget cards.

Out of these, I am particularly interested in the Marty's Monster rules. Given that 7TV mostly focuses on recreating the glory days of British television and that classic kids TV shows like the Magic Roundabout and The Clangers were mental, I am expecting something rather interesting from this.

Annual Cards

Altogether, this annual promises to provide gamers with plenty of cool stuff for their games of 7TV. It is currently available in a variety of formats and deals, with the cards also being available separately.

Do you play 7TV? Do you plan to pick up this new annual?

"Classic kids TV shows like the Magic Roundabout and The Clangers were mental..."

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