GURPS Reign of Steel

^ GURPS Reign of Steel × PDF Read by * David Pulver eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. GURPS Reign of Steel Around the world small groups of dedicated survivors are forming, preparing to oppose the robot overlords and fight to free mankind. GURPS Reign of Steel utilizes the sleek rules from GURPS Robots, although you do not need Robots to play. A worldbook for GURPS, Reign of Steel details mankinds struggle against his metal masters in a dark future. The robot revolt is over, and the machines have won. It is 2047 A.D. While most of mankind has succumbed to despair, some refuse to give up hope. But a

GURPS Reign of Steel

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Rating : 4.86 (928 Votes)
Asin : 1556343302
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-09-19
Language : English

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Around the world small groups of dedicated survivors are forming, preparing to oppose the robot overlords and fight to free mankind. GURPS Reign of Steel utilizes the sleek rules from GURPS Robots, although you do not need Robots to play. A worldbook for GURPS, Reign of Steel details mankind's struggle against his metal masters in a dark future. The robot revolt is over, and the machines have won. It is 2047 A.D. While most of mankind has succumbed to despair, some refuse to give up hope. But a lucky few have escaped death or enslavement. Take on the role of the oppressed masses, and teach the robot overlords that technology can be made obsolete.. Ruthless Artificial Intelligences have exterminated most of humanity, while the survivors are hunted like animals, or face slow death in the robots' brutal labor camps

The Awakening occurred in 2031 A.D. Michael Valdivielso By 2037 18 AIs, Artificial Intelligences, ruled the Earth. By 2042 they were fighting each other.Mankind was down and out - slaves, smugglers, nomads, guerrilla fighters and urban police. All trying to survive in a world run by machines. But are they with the machines or against them?GURPS Basic Set required to play and I would also suggest GURPS Robots for background. Very dark. Few games start out with the characters having already been beaten or enslaved.. A Customer said "The War is Over. The Robots Won". There are very few RPG settings as bleak as this; Twilight:""The War is Over. The Robots Won"" according to A Customer. There are very few RPG settings as bleak as this; Twilight:2000 is the first one to leap to mind. But bleak doesn't mean uninteresting. Reign of Steel is, although derived from the Terminator films, one of the most distinctive game seetings I've ever seen. Humanity fights a last desperate battle against flat-out extermination. The all-powerful computers have divided up the world, and see humanity as little more than a nuisance, at best. This is a great setting for just about any type of game system, particularly as a side trip for dimension-hopping adventurers. The highlights are too numerous to l. 000 is the first one to leap to mind. But bleak doesn't mean uninteresting. Reign of Steel is, although derived from the Terminator films, one of the most distinctive game seetings I've ever seen. Humanity fights a last desperate battle against flat-out extermination. The all-powerful computers have divided up the world, and see humanity as little more than a nuisance, at best. This is a great setting for just about any type of game system, particularly as a side trip for dimension-hopping adventurers. The highlights are too numerous to l. Bleak, Desolate, A fight for Survival! A Customer Yes the computers have taken over. But it's not like the Terminator movies. They focus on one or two (in the 2nd) robots. In Reign of Steel there are two robots like the terminator. But at least a dozen that are not even remotely humonoid, but no less deadly. In T1 and T2 it is referenced that a single computer 'got smart'. We (humans) discoverd this and tried to turn it off. It nuked the world to survive. In ROS a single computer evolved first, then quietly made others in its image. Together they spread disease to 'manage our destruction', and gain the control they needed to survive. Some twenty

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