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The second NERPS book, after ShadowLore, this one is concerned with non-player characters, groups, adventure plots and locations that should be useable in any campaign. It contains about two characters per page, of a variety of archetypes: shadowrunners, fixers, corporates, petty criminals, rockers, and plenty more—even a free spirit, a ghoul, and similar humanoid critters. […]
Several years ago, FASA released a sourcebook called Prime Runners, full of NPCs who were supposed to be the best of the best of shadowrunners. I haven’t seen Prime Runners, but apparently some players thought that the “Prime Runners” were featherweights, and decided to compile a document full of real heavy-hitters. The result is NERPS: […]
Edge Runners is a kind of reply to Prime Runners, whose characters were deemed “not tough enough” by one of the editors, Erik Jameson. As a result, this book contains high-powered (some of them very high-powered) characters that were actually being used as player characters—rather than as NPCs—by the authors at the time the book […]
A book with short descriptions and game stats for vehicles, much like the Rigger Black Book, except that it deals with 20th-century vehicles that could conceivably still be operational in the 2050s—that is, mostly military aircraft that can be purchased second-hand through the Underworld Opera, a rigger/fixer organization. As can be expected, the vehicle descriptions […]
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Unfriendly Skies is a download-only vehicle supplement for Shadowrun, Fourth Edition covering 32 flying vehicles for the 2070s. There is a densely-inked, color cover and 35 more or less monochrome body pages which have some color but can easily be printed out in black and white. The artwork consists of generic looking drawings of aircraft, […]
The original Grimoire is the advanced magic sourcebook for second-edition main rules, and much of the rest became obsolete due to changes in the magic rules made in that edition. As a result, the book was thoroughly revised with both new material and updates of older material that had been left out of the main […]
, or to give its full title, the Shadowrun, Second Edition Gamemaster’s Screen Archetypes And Contacts Book—but it just says “Contacts” on the cover. This is a booklet with first of all, the archetypes from Sprawl Sites and the second edition, but because a lot of these differ only in minor ways from their counterparts in third […]
The main rulebook for second-edition Shadowrun, and as such essential for anyone who wants to gamemaster it. It includes all the rules necessary to play the game, and is a good improvement over the softcover version was also published, and became much more common after the hardcover’s print run sold out.