Rewind and Reload
Chrome eyes. Computers called "decks." Big hair, big cyberlimbs and bigger guns. It's Shadowrun in the year it all started. Take a step back to Shadowrun's roots with Shadowrun 2050, a book that combines Fourth Edition rules — the smoothest, most accessible rule set Shadowrun has ever had - with the setting that first made the Sixth... [click here for more]
Eat 'Em Up, Spit 'Em Out!
They can have their offices, their paychecks, their 2.2 kids and their robot-trimmed lawns. Screw ‘em. They trudge through life, doing what other people tell them to do, never having an original thought, burying themselves so deep down inside they might never come out.
You’re not them. The world’s not giving you anything, so you’re going... [click here for more]
The Long Shadows of War
This is the way it works—if you want to know what the main cause of World War II was, look at World War I. If you want to understand the United States of America in the late twentieth century, make sure you understand the Vietnam War and all of its ramifications. The point is this: Even if you didn’t fight in a war, even if you weren’t born when the... [click here for more]
Things to See, Things Not to See
Sometimes you look at a catalog to see if there's anything in it that you want. And sometimes you look to see what you need to avoid.
You'll find both types of things in here. The tech heads of the Sixth World remain busy, coming up with more ways to slaughter metahumans with maximum efficiency. And they have plenty of battlegrounds in the world where they can test... [click here for more]
CITY OF SECRETS Listen to the whispers—they’re all over town. People have secrets, millions of secrets, and some of them are so explosive they could shift the balance of power in the Treaty City of Denver. Normally, the great dragon Ghostwalker’s tight grip would keep the city under control, but some of the whispers moving around town say that Ghostwalker hasn’t been... [click here for more]
CASTING A LONG SHADOW At the end of a run, you’ve either got a good story to tell or you’re dead. Live long enough, and you’ll get enough stories to fill a book, and some of them will be killer. There is a certain class of people out on the streets that runners love to talk about, the people at the center of the stories swapped late at night over a round of wiper-fluid hooch.... [click here for more]