Can You Survive the Age of Blood?
Welcome to Simarra, A land of unspeakable horror, A land in desperate need of Heroes.
The Survivor's Guide to the Age of Blood is the first expansion on the True20 Blood Throne setting, originally Published in True20 Worlds of Adventure, a sourcebook featuring the runners-up of Green Ronin's True20 setting search contest held in the Fall of 2005.
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The job seems simple enough; grab a high-profile geneticist from Bio Solutions, and deliver him to the contractor. In, out, done. Easy Peasy, right?
Word spreads fast in the sprawl, and once the wolves hear about the dandy diaper baby coming down from his ivory tower, he becomes a huge payday, and everyone wants to cash in. Will the characters complete the job as promised? Or will they succumb... [click here for more]
Jobs go sideways all the time. Heck, a job that doesn’t go wrong in some way is almost Urban Legend. Everybody knows of someone who has been on one, and when the job does go wrong, you try to pick up the pieces as best you can. Sometimes, though, things go so sideways that your entire team ends up upside down and all you can do is hope you survive long enough to make it back to your crib.
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The Year is 2090. The Tendril Access Processor—or TAP—connects humanity to the Global DataNet, allowing interaction with Hyper Reality and all the Global DataNet has to offer, for better or worse. Malware, viruses, and hackers are as much of a threat as they ever were, and now your personal computer is woven into your cerebrum. The human genome is an open book to science, one that can be... [click here for more]
The year is 2095. The world has been ravaged by global warming, subjected to the horrors of nuclear war and natural disaster. In East Asia, the Bear and the Dragon battle for control of the resource-rich continent, and an emergent A.I. known only as Charon has destabilized the whole of Europe, sparking revolution and chaos not seen since the Second World War.
On the North American... [click here for more]