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October/2018 UPDATES

31/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A couple of additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 4 Episode 5: The Occupation. Today we've added, Valen Rudor & Jai Kell to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.

        The whole thing about doing these daily updates based on episodes is that there's a lot of characters to add. Now in the past I used to avoid doing characters because they tend to take longer than anything else to do, but being forced to do them has made me far more comfortable adding characters, which can only be a good thing.

Freddy

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30/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 5: The High Tower

        Well, another episode of Resistance reviewed and added to the site, Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 5: The High Tower. For those that don't want spoilers, it's better than the previous episodes, but the movement of the main plot of the series is still glacial. Instead of getting an action packed series about the resistance against the first order, we're getting a fly on the wall documentary about an apprentice at Yeager's Engineering Repair Shop. . . .

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29/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Millenniums End

        Millennium's End is a role-playing game published in 1991 by Chameleon Eclectic Entertainment, and is described as a Technothriller.
        Personally, I'd describe it as a Cyberpunk game without the Cyber, it's the near future (1999 when the game was published in 1991), civilisation is collapsing, technology is advanced and computer networks and hacking are common, while robots and holograms are seen but not common. The players take on the roles of operatives of Blackeagle, a detective/mercenary company to take on tasks for corporations and rich individuals to perform private law enforcement and investigations.




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29/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A few additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 4 Episode 4: In the Name of the Rebellion part 2. Today we've added Mich Matt & Wells to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, and Freighter 2716 to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.

Freddy

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27/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A few additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 4 Episode 3: In the Name of the Rebellion part 1. Today we've added Edrio Two Tubes to the Star Wars Characters Section, Aqualish to the Star Wars D/6 Races Section, and Merr-Sonn Munitions, Inc. C-25 Fragmentation grenade to the Star Wars D/6 Weapons Section of the Site.

Freddy

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26/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Horror Week Day 5: Vampire the Dark Ages

        Well, Day 5 of Horror week on RPGGamer.org, And for Halloween we've been doing a video every day this week on Horror RPG's.
        Today I'd like to present, Vampire the Dark Ages (and Werewolf: Dark Ages too). A kind of part of the World of Darkness from White Wolf games, detailing Vampires during medieval times in a more gothic setting than the modern day one used in the WoD.




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25/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Horror Week Day 4: Blood

        Day 4 of Horror week on RPGGamer.org, Halloween is nearly upon us, so this week we'll be doing a video every day on Horror RPG's.
        Today I present an absolute favourite of mine, Blood, by Norley Tucker and Stephen Osborn released by Underground Games in 1990. It's an gore-fest of a game, filled with weapons and critical hit tables, and one of the most fun experiences I've ever had in an RPG.




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25/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A bunch of additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Resistance: Season 4 Episode 2: Heroes of Mandalore part 2. Today I've added Tiber Saxon to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, AT-DP Arc Cannon Prototype to the Star Wars D/6 Vehicles Section, Arc Pulse Generator to the Star Wars D/6 Weapons Section, and Sundari to the Star Wars D/6 Planets/Places Section of the Site.

Freddy

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24/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Another addition to the site from the every wonderful Monk2024, today we've got the Mon Dar Spaceworks Mark XII Battleship. Many thanks as always to him for sending it in.

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24/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Horror Week Day 3: All Flesh Must Be Eaten

        Day 3 of Horror week on RPGGamer.org, Halloween is nearly upon us, so this week we'll be doing a video every day on Horror RPG's.
        And today I'd like to present the Zombie RPG, All Flesh Must Be Eaten, a great game for one shots, where the players play ordinary people in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Fighting off the undead with hockey sticks and baseball bats, the players are highschool jocks, nerds and cheerleaders, or crazed veterans who are just one step from totally falling apart. It comes with dozens of ordinary people templates to play, and lots of scenarios for different Zombie Apocalypses.




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23/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Horror Week Day 2: Changeling The Dreaming

        Day 2 of Horror week on RPGGamer.org, Halloween is nearly upon us, so this week we'll be doing a video every day on Horror RPG's.
        Today we present part of White Wolf games classic World of Darkness line-up, Changeling the dreaming. A game where you play a fey who appears human, but has one foot in the spirit world and tries to avoid becoming mundane and just human. Not particularly horrific, which is why it's one of the less successful parts of the WoD, but it's an interesting game.




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23/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 4: Fuel for the Fire

        In addition to the Rebels content I've been adding, here's the review of the latest episode of Resistance, Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 4: Fuel for the Fire. The spoiler free review is, it's still childish, and still very much trying to find its feet, but this episode is in my opinion the best so far, although I'm really getting sick of how much the main character is mocked by the plot and everyone around him.

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23/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A couple of additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 4 Episode 1: Heroes of Mandalore Part 1. Today we've added Alrich Wren to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, and BlasTech Industries EC-17 Hold-out blaster to the Star Wars D/6 Weapons Section of the Site.

Freddy

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22/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Horror Week Day 1: The Call of Cthulhu

        Halloween is nearly upon us, so this week we'll be doing a video every day on Horror RPG's.
        Today we start with the grand-daddy of them all, The Call of Cthulhu, still in print to this day it's a 1920's era RPG based around the creeping horror of HP Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. Where brave investigators struggle with what remains of their sanity against beings and knowledge beyond that which man is supposed to know.




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21/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Slavicsek

        Slavicsek is a Quarren Pilot I played in a 2nd Edition Star Wars campaign up until around 2001. Slavicsek was originally a pirate, he and his co-pilot, a near human called Dornn Mackai, were part of a pirate attack on one of the convoys delivering resources for a massive Imperial construction project. The pirates ambushed by Star Destroyers which decimated the pirate fleet, leading to Slavicsek and Dornn jumping in an escape pod and fleeing.
        Their pod was rescued by a Rebel vessel looking for any information on the massive Imperial construction project which no one yet knew was the 1st Death Star. Needing a ship, and having nothing to trade but their talents, Slavicsek and Dornn signed up to the Rebellion, and served with a Rebel Cell. Dornn trained in the ways of the Force along with a Wookiee Jedi called Lennier who was in their team. While Slavicsek worked on his piloting skills, and helped modify their vessel, a Ghtroc transport, with the teams Verpine tech, Patrick Harper.
        Their adventures came to an end when they fought at the Battle of Endor, and the team was disbanded with the members going their own separate ways. Much of the team was reformed later under New Republic Intelligence, however Slavicsek went his own way, back to a life of crime (since I took over the campaign at that point).

        I may dig out Slavicsek's character sheet and add him to the site sometime today, and I'd obviously like to point out that this character was named after Bill Slavicsek one of the head writers of Star Wars D6 (I had a tendency of naming my characters at the time after the writers of the games we were playing, and I'm afraid to my very British ears, Slavicsek sounded like a decent alien name). The artwork I've put together for this character is based on the pose and outfit of a Naboo pilot, I really liked the Rocketeer retro vibe of the outfit.

Freddy

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21/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Zak Balu

        Well, back to the Rebels reviews tomorrow, I've had the weeks break between seasons, and back to the routine.
        But before that I'd just like to share a couple of things Star Wars related that I've been doing the past couple of days. I shared the artwork and history for my new character in a 1st Edition campaign we're just starting up, but I kind of wanted to go back and show my old characters. So I did artwork for a couple.

Zak Balu

        First I'd like to present, Zak Balu, a Human medic. I based him on the actor Thaao Penghlis, most specifically his portrayal in the 1980's reboot of Mission Impossible.
        Zak served in the Grand Army of the Republic as a combat medic during the Clone Wars, and after he was discharged set up a medical practice Chandrila, but was forced out of business and away due to an inappropriate relationship with a noble lady patient of his.
        He traded his medical skills across the galaxy, ending up on Tatooine and meeting a group of fellow scoundrels. They worked for the Lady Valarian, a Whipid crime lord on that world who had a certain flirtatious relationship with Zak. Zak acted as the medic and face for the team, being both human and a veteran of the military, he was good at infiltration as an Imperial Officer.
        He was flirtatious to the extreme, and constantly wore muted yet fashionable clothes. He was instantly likable, yet felt untrustworthy and sleazy, leading to many wiping their palms unconsciously after shaking his hand.
        The artwork I've put together for this character is based on Christopher Lee as Count Dooku for the pose and fashion, and obviously Thaao Penghlis himself for the visage. He was a Saga edition character I played in a Scoundrels campaign, about 5 years ago.

Freddy

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19/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Catchup Week Day 5: CS1 Sourcebook for SLA Industries

        And we come to the end of catchup week, Day 5, catching up with sourcebooks and adventures that I missed from my collection when going over various RPG's I've already covered in RetroRPG.
        In RetroRPG I usually go through my extensive collection of old Role Playing Games, many of which are out of print and have been for decades, so are still in production but aren't really that well known. I go through the rulebook and talk for a while about the game it's good and bad points and whether I think it's worth a look.
        Today we cover the CS1 Sourcebook for SLA Industries, covering Cannibal Sector One, full of depressing, excessive violence and depravity, the best that Paisley can offer.




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19/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

My New D6 Character

        One of the guys in my gaming group picked up the 30th Anniversary re-release of the Star Wars RPG, 1st Editon. And reading through it sparked the interest to run it once again, so we've been making characters.
So here is the background and the character art I've done for my Sand Person that I'll be running. It struck me as fairly interesting to be running a religious zealot in Star Wars.

Gurur'Ukruk
        Born among the People, (referred to by outsiders as Tusken Raiders or Sand People), Gurur'Ukruk was apprenticed to the Storyteller of his tribe, learning the stories of their ancestors and the devastation the sky people had brought to their cities and the lush paradise that was once Tatooine. He learnt that they had survived underground from the attack, and that their species had split into the Jawa's and the Ghorfa, eventually becoming the People. He grew to adulthood, hunting, bloodletting and killing a Dewback as part of his bloodrite, and was tasked in learning Basic as part of his training, learning the way of the offworlders, rather than the Huttese or Jawa that many Sand People learn.
        He learnt as part of his education, that many of the People are not Ghorfa, but Humans, kidnapped as children and adopted into the tribes to build their numbers. As he studied Basic and the Humans, he became fascinated by their technology, and kept some that they captured from moisture farms, learning to use Datapads and the weapons of the offworlders in secret, fascinated by the technology and curious to on where it had come from. It was only when he the Storyteller passed away, and Gurur'Ukruk was set to replace him was this fact revealed to the tribe by one of the rivals for the position, and he was cast out from the tribe, his Bantha slaughtered in front of him, and he was left in the desert to die.
        He trailed his tribe for months, surviving without problem in the harsh environment of the deep desert, and it was this exile that saved his life when the tribe attacked a settlement, only to discover that the local imperial garrison was already there searching for smugglers hiding their ships in the desert.
        With his tribe massacred, and all ties severed, Gurur'Ukruk set off for Mos Eisley, trading his property for passage off world. He has travelled the Galaxy since, curious about the variety of species and worlds out there.
        He remains convinced that The People are purified by the desert, and that the Galactic Civil war is evidence that the Off-Worlders are violent and destructive, and therefore inferior to The People, and in need of guidance, and he has joined the Rebellion to try to help end this war and the destruction it brings to the innocent and weak.
        He still wears robes and breathmask, upgrading to non-tusken versions, and no longer keeps to the religious rules on never revealing skin except during marriage and childbirth. Under his robes and mask, he appears to be human, but his skin is blistered and scarred by the desert life he once led, and the constant rubbing of his garments.

Freddy

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18/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Catchup Week Day 4: Trinity Technology Manual

        Wow, day 4 of catchup week, catching up with sourcebooks and adventures that I missed from my collection when going over various RPG's I've already covered in RetroRPG.
        In RetroRPG I usually go through my extensive collection of old Role Playing Games, many of which are out of print and have been for decades, so are still in production but aren't really that well known. I go through the rulebook and talk for a while about the game it's good and bad points and whether I think it's worth a look.
        Today I'm covering the Technology Manual for the Trinity RPG, it's filled with mechanised suits, cybernetics and spaceships, and is presented in cutting edge 1998 CGI, so looks like ass.




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17/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Catchup Week Day 3: Twilight Nightmares for Twilight 2000

        And I've reached day 3 of catchup week, catching up with sourcebooks and adventures that I missed from my collection when going over various RPG's I've already covered in RetroRPG.
        In RetroRPG I usually go through my extensive collection of old Role Playing Games, many of which are out of print and have been for decades, so are still in production but aren't really that well known. I go through the rulebook and talk for a while about the game it's good and bad points and whether I think it's worth a look.
        Today I'm looking at Twilight Nightmares, it's a collection of off the wall adventures for Twilight 2000, more Twilight Zone than Post Apocalyptic Adventure. Run adventures where the survivors of the Twilight War go up against Mutant Ants, Robot Tanks, Alien Hunters and reborn Dinosaurs.




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16/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Star Wars Resistance Episode 3: The Triple Dark

        Well, we've put up our review of the second episode (numbered episode 3 since the first episode counts as parts 1+2 of a two parter), Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 3: The Triple Dark. Obviously it's filled with spoilers, so don't read if you don't want to know anything, but the non spoiler review . . . Pretty disappointing, it's childishness is even turning my 13 year old son off, it doesn't respect the hero, it make stupid jokes, and nothing too much happens in it. But it does look pretty good.

Freddy

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16/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Catchup Week Day 2: Cyberpunk Near Orbit and Protect & Serve

        Day 2 of catchup week, catching up with sourcebooks and adventures that I missed from my collection when going over various RPG's I've already covered in RetroRPG.
        In RetroRPG I usually go through my extensive collection of old Role Playing Games, many of which are out of print and have been for decades, so are still in production but aren't really that well known. I go through the rulebook and talk for a while about the game it's good and bad points and whether I think it's worth a look.
        Today I'm covering Near Orbit and Serve & Protect sourcebooks for Cyberpunk. Near Orbit is for the 1st edition game and covers space travel in 2013 (or Cyberpunks version of 2013), and Serve & Protect provides extra information for Cop characters and campaigns in Cyberpunk 2020.

        I'd also like to thank R Talsorian Games for linking to our Cyberpunk video in one of their recent newsletters.




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15/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Catchup Week Day 1: Streetfighter GM Screen + Living Steel Kvisr Rocks

        This week I'm doing a video every day, catching up with sourcebooks and adventures that I missed from my collection when going over various RPG's I've already covered in RetroRPG. Today it's the Storyteller Screen for Street Fighter the Storytelling Game, and K-Visr Rocks for Living Steel, a sourcebook/adventure.




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15/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        So we've reached the end of Season 3 of Rebels, with just one more to go. There's a group of characters we've added today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 22: Zero Hour part 2. Today we've added, Mon Mothma, Jan Dodonna and Alexsandr Kallus to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.

        So, as usual, between seasons of reviews I usually take a 1 week break to cover something else, and I'm not entirely sure what I'll be covering this week. But there will be a Resistance review up tomorrow, and I guess we'll find out together whether I finally get around to reviewing Battle for Endor and The Ewok Adventure (I'm half joking, as they need to be covered at some point . . . )

Freddy

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13/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Today a few additions to the site based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 21: Zero Hour part 1. Today we've added, Jun Sato to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, Rebaxan Columni MSE-6 series repair droid to the Star Wars D/6 Droids Section, and the Dornean Brahaket Fleetworks Conglomerate Brahatok-class gunship to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.

        The Brahatok is an update of stats we put up only a year ago, but the information has changed and expanded so much that I decided that it is a totally new interpretation of the vessel instead of an update, as around half of it's stats have changed.

Freddy

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11/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Been a few days since I added anything to the site, and today I've only added a single item, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 20: Twin Suns. Today I've added the Dewback to the Star Wars D/6 Creatures Section of the Site.

        The Dewback has obviously been stat'ed out in various Sourcebooks in the past, but from what I've seen no-one ever gave them the ability to survive in the desert before, surely a key part in this creature, and that survival mechanism also explains their name.

Freddy

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09/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Star Wars Resistance

        Well, I've watched and reviewed the first episode of the new animated Star Wars series, Star Wars Resistance: Season 1 Episode 1+2: The Recruit. Obviously, SPOILERS. But if you don't want spoilers, I thought it was okay, not as good as the start of Rebels, but not as bad as the start of The Clone Wars, so it could really turn out to be good when it finds it's feet.

        Now, normally I'd stat out an episode tomorrow, but I'm not going to as we still don't have a lot of information about the series, it's setting and everything in it. So I'll leave it a while until we find out more (at this point we don't even know the names of the ships. And tomorrow I'm going to return to Rebels, and work my way through to the end of the current season.

        If information comes flooding out quickly, then during my break between seasons of Rebels, I might stat out the first couple of Resistance, but I suspect that we'll have a month or two before information comes out enough for me to do that, so I'll fill in the break with something else.

Freddy

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08/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Trinity

        Trinity is a science fiction role-playing game published by White Wolf Game Studio in 1997.
        White Wolf had a hole in their 1997 publishing schedule, so CEO Steve Wieck went to designer Andrew Bates to fill it; the result was a new game, ÆON (1997), which went from first conception to publication in just 10 months.[1]:222 ÆON was a science-fiction game intended to create a whole new trilogy of games, and although it used a variant of the Storyteller game system, ÆON was intended to appeal to a more action-oriented audience than the World of Darkness. ÆON ran into troubles almost immediately due to a lawsuit from Viacom who felt that it violated the trademark of their TV show, Aeon Flux (1991-1995); the names on the first printing of ÆON actually had to be stickered over with the game's new name, Trinity.
        Trinity was first in the Trinity Universe series of games (the two others being Aberrant and Adventure!) sharing a common background and developing an alternate history of humanity through two centuries, and allowing players to play almost all genres of science fiction - from comic-book superhero action to cutting edge technothriller, space opera, and old fashioned pulp standards. Though it had a vocal fanbase the whole game line was discontinued due to low sales in 2001




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07/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A few additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 19: Double Agent Droid. Today we've added, 3-9 and LT-319 to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, Corellian Engineering Corporation IGV-55 surveillance vessel to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section, and Computer spike to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment Section of the Site.

Freddy

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05/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A few additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 18: Secret Cargo. Today we've added Arakyd Industries X3-13 tactical infiltration pod to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section, Tyson, Jon Vander, Alton Kastle and Erskin Semaj to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.

Freddy


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03/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A couple of additions to the site today based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 17: Through Imperial Eyes. Today we've added Captain Brunson and Wullf Yularen to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.

Freddy

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03/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Two things today, firstly another contribution from the always wonderful Monk2024, Modified SK27 Megahauler - Our lucky lady Jane. Many thanks as always to him for submitting it to the site.

        Secondly, I've been reading rumours about Episode 9, that it will involve a lightsaber battle between Luke and Darth Vader. Now on first inspection this appears to be a ridiculous rumour, not only are both dead, but the whole point of the original trilogy is Vaders redemption, so why would they be fighting.
        However, given the emphasis during The Force Awakens on the Lightsaber battle the two had on Bespin, could the rumour be talking about revisiting that scene, and maybe even the fight on the Death Star 2, as an example to Rey and Kylo about Kylo's chance at Redemption?
        This early in production, all rumours are extremely unlikely to be true, but I thought this one had some interesting possibilities.
        Anyone got any thoughts?

Freddy

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02/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

RetroRPG: Cyberpunk 2020

        Cyberpunk, mainly known by its second edition title Cyberpunk 2020, is a cyberpunk role-playing game written by Mike Pondsmith and published by R. Talsorian Games in 1988. Because of the release in 1990 of the second edition, set in a fictional 2020, the first edition is often now referred to as Cyberpunk 2013, following the fictional year, 2013, in which the game was set when it was first released in 1988. The third edition, published by R. Talsorian Games in 2005, is referred to as Cyberpunk V3.0 and is set further along the same fictional timeline as the former editions, during the 2030s.




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01/October/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A small group of additions to the site today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars Rebels: Season 3 Episode 16: Legacy of Mandalore. Today we've added, Ursa Wren and Tristan Wren to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section, and Krownest to the Star Wars D/6 Planets and Places Section of the Site.
        Also in adding Tristan and Ursa Wren I noticed some things which needed updating in Fenn Rau and have changed his skills and equipment accordingly.

Freddy

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