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Fragments Volume 1, Issue 2 Released

In February, I produced four Fragments posts on www.nothingventuredgames.com presenting material for your Fate or GUMSHOE cyberpunk campaigns:

  • Cybernetic Abilities in GUMSHOE: A brief system for extraordinary abilities in near-future GUMSHOE games.
  • Virtual Interpersonal Abilities in GUMSHOE: Using interpersonal abilities in virtual spaces in GUMSHOE.
  • Cybernetic Recovery in Fate: Cybernetic implants and prosthetics provide a way to recover from serious physical trauma while also gaining extraordinary abilities.
  • Cyberpunk Modes in Fate: A selection of skill modes to speed up character creation for your next cyberpunk game.

Now, these posts have been collected into an illustrated PDF available on DriveThruRPG. For $2.49, you can get this 10-page PDF, fully bookmarked and layered for easier printing.

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