John Van Wagoner
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maybe some place (like in a rulebook/ref, maybe as a .pdf) where they'll be easier to read (with the background on the card, and the small/light text, some a pretty hard to read)...

(and i know they don't impact the game, but we'd like to read them aloud before each game anyhow)

thanks...
 
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Maybe this is something you can use?
https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/the-investigators-of-a...
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Judgement Dave
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Wiet wrote:

Like John_VW, I like to read out the backstories before play, but I wouldn't suggest the Investigators of Arkham book. I've never seen the book, but suspect that it's a poor cash-in as I'm not convinced that the 2-page stories would be of sufficient quality to warrant the price point.

As I say, I've not seen the book so this may be a totally unfair misrepresentation of the book - though if that's the case I'd love to hear so.
 
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I would just copy the backs of the cards on my handy office copier/printer and be done with it.
 
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