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]
The Tangled Web of Truth
War rages in Central America, tensions between dragons are on the rise, and the Watergate Rift has been closed in a display of power that shook the city of DeeCee to its core. To many, the world is becoming more disordered and unpredictable—but there are those who look underneath the surface chaos and see order, or even a plan. They see people and organizations... [click here for more]
THE CENTERS OF POWER
There is nothing in the Sixth World more powerful than the megacorporations. Even great dragons scratch and claw to get a piece of the power wielded by the Big Ten. If you’re running the shadows, you need to know about the megas, because they deal out the biggest paydays—and, if you cross them, the harshest paybacks.
Corporate Guide helps runners... [click here for more]
Nothing Is Free
Guns and ammo cost nuyen. Mastering martial arts takes time. And learning how to use explosives without blowing yourself up takes patience and a steady hand. These weapons and more are out there, waiting for you. You have the chance to use them to become deadlier, faster, more dangerous than the next guy—and more dangerous than you were yesterday. You’ll have to pay the... [click here for more]
Claws At Your Throat
Never, ever deal with a dragon. Shadowrunners have heard that dictum so often, they frequently say those words in their sleep. But what the aphorism forgets to tell you is this—what if you don’t have a choice?
The tension between dragons has been growing, and the big lizards are throwing every weapon they have at each other, including shadowrunners—especially... [click here for more]
Tír Tairngire Wants You!
Tír Tairngire has changed. The predominantly elven nation has an ork at its head, and the residents have become more welcoming to outsiders, in the sense that they don’t always immediately threaten to shoot them when they come in sight.
There is enough wealth and power in Tír Tairngire to make even the slightest crack in the nation’s... [click here for more]