Achievements

Amateur Hour: Use the local security to distract the enemy from your true operation.

Angel Falls: Swan dive into water from a height that most would consider fatal.

Armchair Sportsman: Identify key information about a target’s background purely from their fighting style. E.g. that throat strike is a favoured technique of French Foreign Legion paratroopers.

Baracus: Fit armour plating to a civilian vehicle.

Big-Ba-da-Boom: Over estimate the amount of C4 required for your op by at least a factor of two. (This achievement is almost certainly going to be awarded by the GM after the fact.)

Birdman: Infiltrate an enemy compound via parachute or hang glider.

Boothroyd: Custom build a gadget that is used to turn a final showdown in your favour. E.g Silver-tipped tazer.

Chef de Partie: Have a shootout in or chase on foot through a working commercial kitchen.

Cornering on Rails: Complete a successful driving manoeuvre despite having four blown tyres.

Das Trunk: Escape a submerged road vehicle.

Dead Man Walking: Encounter the bad guy you iced on the previous op.

Dead Man’s Hand: Use a dismembered hand to open a palm lock. Also available as the I’ve Got My Eye on You variant.

Everyone’s a Critic: Break into Interpol’s Top Ten Most Wanted as a result of your activities.

Full Fathom Five: Survive a fight whilst submerged in scuba gear.

Goin’ Underground: Infiltrate a fortified target location by using long forgotten sewers, tunnels, or catacombs.

Guava Half: Kill a bad guy with a weapon improvised from something innocuous.

Gypsy Rose Lee: Establish cover ID as a psychic. This could be just excellent psychological techniques (‘cold reading’ etc.) or could be based on in depth research (with or without hacking) of your mark’s family, medical, and hidden personal history. (‘No one could know that about me!’)

Hard Landing: Jump from a bridge onto moving truck / train below.

Heisenberg: Get trapped in a situation where you are forced to run two live false identities in the same city. E.g. the Camorra know you as X but the Columbians who happen to be in town at the same time know you as Y. Try not to get invited to a meeting with both of them at the same time!

Hermès Holdout: Get out a situation using a weapon concealed on your person in an unusual place: stiletto in a stiletto heel, Kel-Tec P32 in your garter belt or inseam, piano wire in your necktie. No points for shoulder, ankle, or small-of-back holsters.

Hi Ho Silver: Escape your pursuers on horseback… in a city!

Hush Puppy: Clear an area of mooks using a silenced gun – before any can react.

I’ve Got a Bridge to Sell You: Successfully pass on tractor parts, talcum powder, blocks of newspaper when your mark thinks that they are buying arms, drugs or dirty money.

In the Balance: Come up against an opponent who has had exactly the same training / martial arts master/ military service.

Inside Job: Plant evidence that fatally compromises the position of a leader in the Conspiracy.

It Is a Present From My Country: Meeting a native of the obscure town/village/nation used in your current cover ID at the most inopportune moment.

It’s All In The Reflexes: Catch a thrown weapon and return to its origin (opponents result + 2). Successful completion will almost certainly surprise your opponents giving you a free action.

Janus: Confront the mole in your org with incontrovertible proof of their guilt.

Little Black Dress: Gatecrash an Embassy Ball.

Le Mans: Radically improve the performance characteristics of a standard car. E.g. Adding twin turbos to a Smart ForTwo.

Le Pique-Nique: Destroy an open air restaurant by driving a vehicle through it at high speed. (Preferably an establishment with plastic tables and few elderly customers).

Lifeline: Climb to safety from a high window using knotted sheets or a fire hose etc.

Look No Hands: Drive a vehicle with your knees or feet because you are otherwise engaged fighting another occupant of said vehicle or trying to shoot pursuers or your quarry.

Lucky Punk: You have exactly the same number of rounds left as bad guys.

Lucky Seven: Fleece a casino to fund your ongoing fight against evil.

Mincemeat: Provide entirely convincing false data to a mark so that they are completely thrown off your plans or are led in a direction of your choice believing it to be their own decision. (Negotiation with GM required for the exact nature of the latter!)

Mother Superior: Impersonate a religious figure of any sort

Night Shift: Steal ‘remains’ from a mortuary or funeral parlour.

On the Couch: Psychologically manipulate a enemy agent and turn them to your control.

On the Sidelines: Engineer a violent showdown between two competing criminal factions.

One Armed Man: Complete your theft / intrusion / termination whilst leaving cast iron evidence that implicates someone else.

Prometheus: Use the last match in the box to do something epic.

Radio Free Europe: Earn total access and control over your enemies communications system.

Ramming Speed: Use a speedboat to take out a target on land.

Ready Player One: Use an RPG to destroy a moving helicopter.

Red or Blue: Stop a countdown clock with less than 10 seconds left.

Rockefeller: Acquire enough cash that it requires more than one person to carry. Extra points if they are EUR500 notes!

Smooth Operator: Lift, skim and return a target’s ID / credit card without them noticing.

Surf’s Up: Traverse the exterior of a moving train or tram this achievement is upgraded to Hang Ten if you are fighting too.

The Regiment: When challenged, you know the colour of the boathouse.

The Reichenbach Gambit: Fake your / your group’s death to throw pursuers off your tail.

Torino: Engineer a massive traffic jam to your benefit.

Walking On Air: Use the air conditioning ducts to move around a building (I know this almost certainly doesn’t work in real life but it is well established movie trope and always tried by PCs.)

Watch The Birdie: Replace the live footage of a security camera with your own footage either by hacking, physically ‘looping the tape’, using mirrors or a picture in front of camera.

Weissmuller: Swing between buildings or ledges etc using improvised material like power cables, comms cables or washing lines.

West of the Pecos: Impersonate a cop.

What’s Cooking: Mix some easily available household chemicals into something that goes BANG.

Wild Geese: Take ‘one last paying job’ for the local crime syndicate – which may of course turn out to be dealing with the new competition in town.