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Someone wants simsense star Euphoria to miss a few public appearances, and the player characters get the job of making that happen.
The first book to deal solely with the Matrix from a character’s point of view, Target: Matrix can best be described as the fiction counterpart to Matrix. It deals with all sorts of aspects of the Matrix from a generic user’s and shadowrunner’s perspective: basically, what you can do and find there, and what to […]
This replacement for the Seattle Sourcebook describes the Seattle Metroplex and its history, as well as giving basic information about the surrounding area. Compared to its predecessor, it gives a much more in-depth description of what’s going on, instead of focusing mainly on the things to be found in Seattle.
This book is similar to that of Target: UCAS, in that it describes locations with a focus on what’s going on there instead of the way the place works as older location sourcebooks did. It is intended as much for use with Cyberpirates! as it is with more traditional Shadowrun settings.
Target: UCAS is, clearly, a sourcebook about the United Canadian and American States. It does not cover the whole country, but has two main subjects: updating the Shadowrun timeline to early 2058, and describing areas of the UCAS not previously covered in-depth.
By the mid-2050s, Aztlan is all of Central America—from present-day Mexico to parts of Colombia and Venezuela, and everything in between. Nominally it’s an independent country, but it is common knowledge that the megacorp Aztechnology is actually in control. This sourcebook has information about Aztlan and Aztechnology in the usual Shadowrun style.
A boxed set that describes the city of Denver and its surrounding area, the Front Range Free Zone: a territory split between, and jointly governed by, six different nations. This has made the whole zone into a hotbed of politics, smuggling, corporate maneuvering and intrigue.
Tír na nÓg is the new name of Ireland, and so this book is about the changes that happened in that country in the 21st century. Like Tir Tairngire, but it’s still far less obvious than you’d think. Approximately, it should sound like /tʲiːɾˠ n̪ˠə ˈn̪ˠoːɡ/ (before attempting to say that, see IPA for Irish […]
After lots of contradictory statements in earlier books, this one attempts to give a view behind the curtain—or rather, the wall—that surrounds the elven nation of Tir Tairngire. Although it is, on the one hand, a typical location sourcebook that describes the history, customs, etc. but on the other hand, it has more depth to it […]
Though The Neo-Anarchist’s Guide to North America had a chapter about California Free State, this sourcebook expands on the information given there, as well as updating it to 2057. If anything, it only makes the situation worse from the one described in the older book, making California a patchwork of semi-independent areas more or less under […]