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Is there a quintesential Black Jack picture?


Curse of the Crimson Throne


Our team is making its way through COTCT and I have an idea of something I want to propose to the group and partly it is dependant on Black Jack's costume. Please keep spoilers out because I am a player. We already have assumptions about Black Jack's identity, but I have not found any pictures of what he looks like "in costume."


zorro... :p

Grand Lodge

You could go by his official Reaper mini.


I figured he looked something like this.

Qadira

Blackjack on the left. I won't say anything more, 'cause, you know...spoilers.


Thanks for your help.

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