Augmented Reality, a Cyberpunk City Construction Kit #cyberpunk
I just discovered Augmented Reality, a cyberpunk city construction kit for roleplaying games. It is designed to be used in any cyberpunk RPG and could also be useful in adding color and depth to cyberpunk miniatures games or even for writing cyberpunk fiction.
Inside, you’ll find over 50 tables designed to assist gamesmasters who need to improvise futuristic city details, or who have found that they are unprepared for where their players are heading. With this book, you can add layers of detail to any cyberpunk cityscape, and make use of over 250 NPCs, including fixers, street samurai, corporate players and insane hackers, along with easy to roll cabbies, cops, gang members and street fighters. Missions, motivations and methods can be generated, along with the immediate urban environment, all painted with a broad brush, to enable gamesmasters to let their twisted imaginations shine through, without slowing down the action. Your players may use the real world as a reference, but YOU can use these tables to bring them the bleeding-edge future. So, jack in now and augment your reality.
Here is a walk through of Augmented Reality on Questing Beast.
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