Shadowrun Posts

My first true role-playing game, and often my favorite, Shadowrun’s setting is a near-future where magic and technology have combined to completely reshape mankind and our relationships. Multinational corporations are more powerful than governments, and largely the citizenry live and die at their whims. There are those few mercenaries who work between the cracks however, selling their services to the highest bidder – Shadowrunners.


Kicking the Tires (Run Idea)

Kicking the Tires (Run Idea)

Word has come down the pipe that the new Renraku Sabre R5 not only meets but exceeds design specs. Jammed full of sensors to feed the hyper-aware AI pilotsoft, it also boasts a supremely-rugged chassis that can handle stresses most street cars can’t, and a...
Doppelgänger (Run Idea)

Doppelgänger (Run Idea)

The Sixth World brought with it things our ancestors could only imagine – dragons, augmented reality, cyberware, magic – but even with all of the progress and advancement, some of the same old problems that have been plaguing humanity keep cropping up where...
Legendary

Legendary

“What does it say about me,” Vivian wondered aloud to herself, “that I’m alone on a Wednesday night, drinking in a dive bar that never left the 2050s.” She sighed, running a fingertip along the rim of her glass. Thousands of miles from...
Stemming the Flow (Run Idea)

Stemming the Flow (Run Idea)

A lot of jobs fall into the “morally grey” category, where if anyone gets hurt, it’s by accident and not design. This is not one of those runs, chummers – this is pure wetwork, trying to stop some real nasty characters from continuing their business....
Headspace (Run Idea)

Headspace (Run Idea)

Back in the twentieth century many crime syndicates employed “bagmen,” enforcers who collected payments and were scary enough that they wouldn’t become targets themselves. This way there were no records of payments, nothing to link the bosses to the...
Corner Offices

Corner Offices

“Your 3pm is here, Mr. Denton,” the old-fashioned intercom on his desk chirped, his secretary redundantly announcing information already available in his heads-up display. Standing at the tall windows which seemed to show the whole of the city, he let his...