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Before reading Level 7: Danger Close, my familiarity with the Level 7 franchise was tangential at best. I had a vague notion of the circumstances surrounding the player characters from the semi-cooperative board game, Level 7: Escape, but beyond that it had never really excited me into further pursuit. This is not to say that I did not enjoy Escape, to which the simple truth is that I had never played it or the successor tactical combat soirée, Level 7: Omega Protocol. Consequently, when I sat down with Danger Close, my knowledge of the setting was not what I would characterize as intimate.