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   * **Non-face cards** indicate how much the cop leans toward the suit's meaning. ​ For example, a 2 of Spades might just be flirting with becoming a criminal, while a 10 of Spades has deep gangster connections. ​ A 2 of Diamonds might indicate a cop who would only give up if a weapon is pulled on them, while a 10 of Diamonds will give up at just the mention of gangster revenge.   * **Non-face cards** indicate how much the cop leans toward the suit's meaning. ​ For example, a 2 of Spades might just be flirting with becoming a criminal, while a 10 of Spades has deep gangster connections. ​ A 2 of Diamonds might indicate a cop who would only give up if a weapon is pulled on them, while a 10 of Diamonds will give up at just the mention of gangster revenge.
-  * **Face cards** indicate that the officer(s) in question are unique in some way.  Although they represent the suit fully, perhaps they have a unique talent, trait, or quirk. ​ All these characters should be given names, and they may reappear in the story. ​+  * **Face cards** indicate that the officer(s) in question are unique in some way.  Although they represent the suit fully, perhaps they have a unique talent, trait, or quirk. ​ All these characters should be given names, are considered to be wild cards, and they may reappear in the story. ​
    
   * If a **Joker** is drawn, all bets are off.  Chances are the police aren't what they say they are at all.   * If a **Joker** is drawn, all bets are off.  Chances are the police aren't what they say they are at all.
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