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Rated 4.05/5 based on 8 reviews Alternity Role-Playing Game En science fiction 623

M.E.S.H.

Submitted by d_leonard on December 02, 2000
Setting : Star*Drive Progress Level: 7
Rating: 81/100 - 8 comments - 623 Downloads

Following the Second Great War a bounty hunting firm called Kodoss Limited came up with a great way to hunt war criminals in an urban environment. They used trained animals and later began to upgrade them with cybernetics. These animals are M.E.S.H. (Mechanically Enhanced SubHumans)units that operate in Packs. Working in urban environments their animal abilities give them an edge when advanced weapons are restricted.

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User comments [8]

M.E.S.H.

, rating: 70 December 02, 2000

Nice use of computer, cyber and skills rules. Good to see that people are using the Alternity system in a creative manner, cool. Reminds me of Dog Packs from Rifts (except they are not even worth giving cybernetics from the Coalition point of view)

M.E.S.H.

, rating: 85 December 09, 2000

I really like this one. I totally agree with TerroX.. And maybe my character could even use such a nose :)

M.E.S.H.

, rating: 86 January 27, 2001

Bizarre stuff, but extremely good. Btw, what ape species make up the ape units? The description seems to allude to gorillas (or maybe it's just me), but the stats seem to fit chimpanzees better.

M.E.S.H.

, rating: - January 27, 2001

I think I based the ape units off of Gorillas. I just can't remember what exactly I used.

My main goal was to make something like no one else had posted.

M.E.S.H.

, rating: 75 August 14, 2008

I like this quite a bit, very original.

M.E.S.H.

, rating: - August 16, 2008

Thought-provoking use of what Transhuman Space calls bioroids - living bodies controlled by robotic brains - as well as augmented animals, which have only been mentioned slightly if at all for Alternity. I have a few uses for a Cyber-Nose also.

M.E.S.H.

, rating: 91 August 16, 2008

Thought-provoking use of what Transhuman Space calls bioroids - living bodies controlled by robotic brains - as well as augmented animals, which have only been mentioned slightly if at all for Alternity. I have a few uses for a Cyber-Nose also.

M.E.S.H.

, rating: - December 19, 2008

Bioshells, I should say.

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