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.


The Last Supper (Run Idea)

The Last Supper (Run Idea)

This one could get ugly chummers, in more ways than usual. Obviously there’s been a large movement for ghoul independence/recognition recently, and that makes what I’m about to offer difficult. FEaST is an underground club – both in the metaphoric and...
How High (Runner Concept)

How High (Runner Concept)

Brushing chestnut hair away from the chrome datajack implanted behind her ear, the dwarf took a moment to prepare herself for the transition, that moment when she would leave her slight frame and instead experience the world through electronic, high-flying sensors....
Strangers in the Night (Run Idea)

Strangers in the Night (Run Idea)

There’s no real point in sugar-coating it, chummers, so I’ll get right to the point: this is a weird one. The Johnson thinks his mansion is haunted – like horror-sim haunted – and wants an “expert team” to round up whatever’s got him...
Taking a Drive (Run Idea)

Taking a Drive (Run Idea)

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears – I come to offer you nuyen, not take it away! Theatrics aside, there’s a job on my radar that may be a good opportunity for an enterprising collective of runners like yourselves, particularly since you have such an...
Iron (Runner Concept)

Iron (Runner Concept)

Growing up on the streets isn’t easy for anyone, particularly a homeless ork discretely disowned by his all-human family during his painful pubescent goblinization. His features and relationship with the world changed, but they couldn’t accept that at the...
Splintered Dreams (Runner Concept)

Splintered Dreams (Runner Concept)

Alfred Lord Tennyson once wrote that ’twas “better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” For Samantha Lethe, that sentiment always educed a cold scorn. “If one can live without it,” she mused, “it must not have...