I wasn't sure where to post this and having asked, and not received an answer.... I'll post it here and leave it to the mods to move it. Some of you might remember back in the day I mentioned that our local community plays a card based objective system we have named TACOS (The Alternate Card-based Objective System - the original being @ijw 's fantastic YAMS system - respect!). Well, that was back in 2015, and we have perfected playing our second iteration of this system - TACOS mk.2. It's pretty straight forward. You deploy as normal, and you have four objective markers - Crate, Console, HVT and Intelligence Operative. Whoever wins initiative places the first marker, which can't be on a building, in a deployment zone and has a ZOC of 8" - which includes other objective markers. You take turns placing the rest of the objectives. The first turn, you draw four cards from the deck, and those are the objectives for the turn. Most objectives are scored in the active turn, but some can be scored with AROs. When the active player's turn is over, the other player can discard one card that is still in play, and refreshes the objectives to four, and the game continues. At the end of the game (three rounds), you add up the objective points to determine who wins. Anyway, I had a professional artist and friend of mine in Poland named Michał Bernat (https://mentosik8.deviantart.com/) do the artwork for the cards, and a local graphic designer (Jim Gray) did the layout. I just wanted to share my excitement on how the cards turned out! Among other communities there has been requests to try it out. Though i dont have extra decks of cards to sell, i thought id do the next best thing. This is a print ready pdf - so you basically take 4 pages of cardstock and put it into your printer and print the first four pages, then you flip the pages over and print the second 4 pages, and you'll get perfect fronts and backs that you can cut yourself. Edit: It's telling me uploads are unavailable, so i put it into my google drive. You can download the file here. Let me know if you have any problems with printing, as I haven't tried printing out this copy of TACOS yet. If you want a copy that you can print off yourself at your favourite card printing service, pm me and I'll get you a link for that. Edit Number 2: Remember to print these on letter paper (21.59 cm by 27.94 cm). I realize that probably a lot of you use A4 paper. Also, when selecting how to print, make sure you print it at it's actual (100%) size - not print to fit. I can't promise that it will turn out. If you need me to make a copy on A4 paper, I can do that for you no problem.