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Pip System Primer #7 - Ghosts In The Machine

What distinguishes a person from a machine? It isn't the body. What is a body, if not a machine of flesh and bone? It is the essence piiloting it that separates the entity from the subtance. Call it the soul, consciousness, mind, or psyche. And who says it must remain in its original body? "Ghosts in the machine" is a genre featured in many anime films and series and other modern media in which the spirit of a deceased person takes up residence in an otherwise inanimate object... and it's the theme for our 7th issue of Pip System Primer! 

Pip System Primer #7 provides articles, references, archetypes, extras, and an original ghosts in the machine adventure for the Pip System. All from the original Pip System publisher.  

Includes:

  • "Ghosts In The Machine: Entwined with the Inanimate" by Jason Inczauskis
  • "Failure Is Always An Option" by Jennifer DK
  • New Archetypes by Brennan Bishop
  • "Entanglement Magic" by Jennifer DK
  • "Why'd It Have To Be Snakes" an adventure by Brennan Bishop

This is the seventh of our Quarterly Releases from Third Eye Games, through our Patreon, and each issue will cover a new genre or topic. 

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