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Ursa Carrien

Ursa Carrien


A new threat has surfaced in Cannibal Sector 2 and it's hungry.

The first of the Data Packets from Nightfall Games, this six-page PDF contains a creature and a BPN for a group of operatives to prove their worth to SLA Industries.

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April 15th, 2011
The first release from Nightfall Games since they regained full publishing independence in 2011, Ursa Carrien is a Threat Analysis file -- a self-contained briefing about one particular issue facing the World of Progress. The eponymous Ursa Car [...]
April 11th, 2011
The Ursa Carrien are a great new addition to the monstrous inhabitants of Cannibal Sector Two and the opening illustration by Dave Allsop is a stunning piece of work. After the cover page there is a one and a bit page description of the new Carrien for [...]
April 11th, 2011
While I have always loved the carrien, I find it refreshing that a new addition is finally here. The carrien has for a long time been the creature you've thrown at the players when you feel it is time for an encounter, or when felt like ambushing the [...]
April 8th, 2011
For years Carrien have been the default cannon fodder for SLA Operatives. This datasheet turns the tables slightly more in the favour of the creatures. While short, the Ursa Carrien supplement is a concise and well produced piece of work which provides [...]
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April 09, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on April 06, 2011.