Ahoy and welcome to the first installment of a new unboxing series at 7thSea.info. The concept is pretty straight forward; I open something up and talk about what I find, which should be helpful for both players and collectors. If you have any 7th Sea items you would like to have opened on camera, let me know! Today we take a look at The Black Freighter Starter from Iron Shadow. This item came to me from a fan unwrapped, but,apparently, unaltered from its original condition.
A new weapon has been added to the arsenal of 7th Sea CCG players everywhere; a card library web app! Every 7th Sea card with its text, traits, set information, and art are now searchable from any device. You can bookmark the page on your mobile device and access 7th Sea from anywhere. Filtering cards is easily accomplished using the text or drop down filters at the top of the page, and results are presented on left. The selected result appears on the right or all in line in
A great tool was sent to me the other day and I wanted to share it with the 7th Sea CCG community. It is an Excel sheet with a complete dataset of set, rarity, text, errata, and artists for every card printed. In addition to being a complete database of 7th Sea Cards, it also has two excellent features: 1) A text only proxy generator 2) A deck builder You can download it here Print friendly card proxy generator Robust deck builder with filters While it is pretty easy to use,
Westernly Winds are Blowing In!!! This is a very exciting annoucement: for the first time in many years we have new 7th Sea cards! When 7th Sea was discontinued in 2002 the generous team at AEG left us with one last gift, Parting Shot. The final 55 card set was meant to round out the card pool and equalize the factions... yes, even Gosse's Gentlemen. While this helped button up some story elements and gave the remaining diehards a few precious new cards to obsess over, it lef
What is the worst part of your favorite game being discontinued? No more cards! While this is largely true, a few games have continued to see fans produce cards and sets for many years after the company shuttered professional distribution. Given today's low cost technology and ease of use, there is no reason we should not have new cards to keep our beloved 7th Sea interesting. With that, I propose a new project to the 7th Sea Community: Jolly Roger! Jolly Roger (JR) was initi
Fans of 7th Sea will recall the unlucky Explorer, Foul Weather Jack, and his Map! Jack led a sad life with misery following him and his friends everywhere until he join Guy McCormick aboard The Discovery. Since then Jack has enjoyed a modest life of adventure, but remnants of his past will not leave him alone. Not the least of these are the pieces of this treasure map to the Spear of the West Wind. Jack's map was torn into four pieces to protect the location of this fantastic