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Somewhere in Eastern Europe Matt Damon, Liam Neeson, Daniel Craig and Tom Cruise have just been burnt out by their employers and left to die.
They’re suddenly on the radar of a powerful and malevolent international conspiracy who will stop at nothing to silence them. Permanently.
All they have to keep them alive is their years of specialised military and espionage training, a network of informants and a cache of weapons and equipment.
Running isn’t an option. They’ve got to take this fight to the very top of the conspiracy and bring the bastards crashing down.
The only problem, the bastards might be vampires. Or something worse.

Nights Black Agents is a game of hyper capable spies, secret agents and military specialists thrown against a horrific conspiracy. Maybe it’s the agents of Satan, or aliens. Maybe a supernatural curse or genetic mutations from unethical experimentation.
Players take on the roles of these super spies, caught in between their old agencies, local law enforcement, organised crime gangs and the shadowy conspiracy. They must uncover a trail of clues and follow it to the top of the conspiracy before the conspiracy gets them.

It’s kind of like: Taken, Mission Impossible III, Bourne Trilogy, Casino Royale/Quantum of Solace, Ultraviolet (UK TV series), the Prisoner, Alias, Prison Break

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6 thoughts on “Sunburn Notice / Nights Black Agents game pitch

  1. I don't even know who Jeffrey Donovan is.
    Bruce Campbell is a personal hero, though.

    Is this a Burn Notice thing? The book references BN frequently as source material and an example of a style of play

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  2. I don't even know who Jeffrey Donovan is.
    Bruce Campbell is a personal hero, though.

    Is this a Burn Notice thing? The book references BN frequently as source material and an example of a style of play

    Like

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