From the publisher's website
Espionage is a grand shadow play in which every act is an ideological war and every actor carries the fate of nations in his armor-lined briefcase. The greatest among them are silent soldiers of private wars ... wars fought behind the scenes for reasons we never truly understand. They lie, cheat, and steal to protect truth, integrity, and security. They kill to save lives. Spies specialize in treachery so no one else has to, and find honor in conviction alone.
The Spycraft CCG brings these anti-heroes to life, in a world where they have outlived their utility as government pawns. What happens when spies strike out on their own to change the world they helped to destroy? How far will they go to save it? Welcome to the first step toward a very different future...
Operation Nightfall (2004) was the base set of 349 cards. It included 60-card starter decks for 5 factions (Krypt, Nine Tiger, Banshee Net, Shadow Patriots, Bloodvine). Each starter also came with 24 mission cards. Booster packs contained 15 cards.
Extinction Agenda (2004) was the first expansion of 162 cards. It included starters for 3 factions (The Franchise, Bloodvine, Shadow Patriots) and booster packs with 11 cards.
Day of the Bullet (2005) was expansion #2 of 161 cards (plus 1 promo card that comes with a booster box). It included starters for 4 factions (The Franchise, Shadow Patriots, Krypt, Banshee Net). Booster packs were 11 cards.
Murder Lottery (2005) was expansion #3. It was supposed to be 160 cards but was just 141 cards (140 numbered cards + 1 "promo" card included in a booster in place of a rare card). It was released in booster packs of 11 cards, but scheduled starter decks were scrapped.
Three additional scheduled releases did not see the light of day: Seven Sins to Doomsday, Wildnerness of Mirrors, No One Owns the Future.
Shadow Academy (2004) was a self-contained introductory game with two 60-card preconstructed decks (Krypt and Nine Tiger Dynasty factions) and 24 mission cards. It contains 4 exclusive cards.
Checklist includes all regular release Spycraft CCG cards (Operation Nightfall, Shadow Academy, Extinction Agenda, Day of the Bullet, Murder Lottery). Also includes many promos.
Initially prepared by Cynthia Hart, but modified.
These tokens were freely available on the web when the game was published, but now are hard to source since the demise of the game. I do not know who originaly conceived the artwork apart from the authors' first name (Karen) and I am posting this without the authors' permission for the use of players that may still play the game.