The first chapter of the long awaited FUSION: A Guide To Cybertech. Yes, it's finally happening.
This small chapter covers just the basics one needs to know before entering any deeper into the system. I haven't tried it yet, but it is possible these rules could be used with the cyber gear already available in the Player's Handbook. If anyone tries this, please let me know how it went.
This is my Cybernetics House Rules file. Note that I also generally include a bunch of Claudius's stuff that he previously posted from his Starcraft games. This is the third installment of Apoc's Alternity Game Day 2008 resource submissions.make/view comments view/download 133 Kb doc
A preview of the long-overdue cybertech sourcebook.
To save space, none of the graphics or art from these sections were included.
This is the cyberware list from my Dark Times starcraft setting. It also contains Bioware, which are genetically tailored organs and traits that are 'installed' in a person. (Basically, controlled, purchasable mutations).
This is the first draft, depending on feedback and testing it may get updated later.
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A few points:
1. The work of contributors is still being collected and discussed. Want your favorites from Shadowrun or Cyberpunk included? Now is the time.
2. The "Implant-Upgrade-System" format is just in its formative stage, let me know what you think.
3. Alienware & Beastware needs submissions. Got an idea? Let me know.
4. I've made every effort to ensure that the contents of this preview are current. However, there may still be some odd bits of old information floating around that could cause some confusion. You have been warned.
Been having some fun with cyberware. Please let me know what you think. I cannot fix it if you do not tell me what is broken.make/view comments view/download 6 Kb rtf
These are, up to now, untested rules, for Nanoimplants.
(Yes, I've been playing Deus Ex far too long.)
These implants are generally more effective, but also much more expensive than normal implants.
Biotechnology cyberware for the Dark Star Campaign setting. Made by Thuldans, not for Mechalus.
Written by Vance Avalon, compiled for Alternity.Net by TerroX
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