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New adventure out--Sacrificial Limb, the second Boardroom Backstabs adventure

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JM_Hardy:
The post-GenCon wait is over! Sacrificial Limb, the second in the Boardroom Backstabs adventure, is now available for print pre-order and PDF purchase (Battlecorps, DriveThruRPG)! Here's what you get:

SECRETS WORTH KILLING FOR

In 2072, Roger Soaring Owl, CEO of Knight Errant, resigned.

In 2073, Roger Soaring Owl was attacked on the streets of Denver. Witnesses were not clear on just what attacked him, but most say it was meaner, stronger, and faster than any metahuman.

Now itís 2074. Itís time to find out what Roger Soaring Owl learned.

Corporate machinations donít get any meaner than this. Rivals of the megacorporation are certain itís hiding some dark secrets, and theyíre willing to spend significant nuyen to uncover this information. Runners are going to have to infiltrate an Ares subsidiary and gain the corporationís trust if they want to discover the secretóand if they do, they will have to find a way to survive with what they have learned.

Sacrificial Limb is the second in the Boardroom Backstabs series of adventures for Shadowrun. It has plot information, NPC details, player handouts, and everything needed to throw players into the depths of corporate espionage, digging for the paydata the megacorps want to keep hidden.

Sacrificial Limb is for use with Shadowrun, Twentieth Anniversary Edition.

rasmusnicolaj:
Cool. I have always liked Soaring Owl as a character.

Rasmus

Mirikon:
Buzz buzz

rasmusnicolaj:

--- Quote from: Mirikon on (01:22:01/10-10-12) ---Buzz buzz
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I think Mirikon has been transformed into a Whasp flesh form.
He sounds like one.

Rasmus

Black:

--- Quote from: rasmusnicolaj on (08:56:08/10-10-12) ---
--- Quote from: Mirikon on (01:22:01/10-10-12) ---Buzz buzz
--- End quote ---

I think Mirikon has been transformed into a Whasp flesh form.
He sounds like one.

Rasmus

--- End quote ---

I always suspected... well everyone actually....  except Canadians.  No reason for insect spirits to bother them... :P

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