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During play it occurred multiple times to me how clunky NPCs are to utilize in combat. Sure, the PCs can always declare their sidekick gives them an asset, but the severe lack of utility and variety in allied NPCs has always stuck out as something bizarre to me. That’s when a friend of mine, Giorgio, had an idea: what if we used the already built-in hard-capped system of Cyphers to also represent allied NPCs, with their unique abilities? This allowed our groups to exploit an already existing mechanic to expand the game even further, allowing PCs to recruit mercenaries and other allies just as easily as they obtain new cyphers. I hope these simple, additional rules will make your games just a bit smoother. 

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Michael B June 23, 2018 10:47 pm UTC
There's a typo on page 5, on the Teacher card: "diving you" instead of "giving you".
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Mattia S June 24, 2018 9:06 am UTC
Thank you! i'll correct it immediately.
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