What sourcebooks/supplements would people like to see in 6e?

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« on: <09-09-19/1950:36> »
I'm hoping for an update on the UK! As a brit (whos home in squarely in the Kent toxic Zone, no big loss there) I'm interested to see what's going on.
As far as I can tell it's been four years since the last London book and twenty-eight since the last full sourcebook! There's about thirty years of in-game lore gap and I'm dying to have it filled in!


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« Reply #1 on: <09-09-19/1958:29> »
I would like to see more exploration of the various meta-types, a new "monster manual", more regional sourcebooks (thinking of the "Target:XXX" series), oh, yeah and an equivalent to Janes World for the Sixth World...for each weaponry, augments and magic.

That should keep people busy for a decade or so ;D


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« Reply #2 on: <09-10-19/0047:23> »
I want rules to rig a damn building!

It's doable to extrapolate how to do it, but I'd really like more concrete rules for doing it.

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« Reply #3 on: <09-10-19/0307:58> »
A Corp Security book, explaining various security mechanisms, protocols and different kinds of grunts in detail. *Continues writing his Knight Errant HTR details*
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« Reply #4 on: <09-10-19/0650:13> »
IŽd really love to see a sourcebook/supplement (in this case, IŽd actually prefer one of those crunch/fluff chimeras  ;)) about Heists, B&E, infiltration and exfiltration. Note that this would fit really well with the previous 2 suggestions: Rules for rigging buildings (a.k.a. the work of security spiders) and corp security in general. You could integrate all of that in a 2-part supplement: One part detailing security measures, Spiders and CorpSec strategies, one part detailing the ways and tools to break them and giving examples on famous heists.

Also, I severely missed the "darker paths" of augmentations, and transhumanism in 5th Edition - Cyberzombies, "Jarhead"-style Cyborgs, Cyberware addiction, Bunraku dolls, that kind of stuff. Maybe in the same vein, more about E-Ghosts (maybe even rules for (accidentally?) becoming one), "Brainhacking", VR indoctrination...
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« Reply #5 on: <09-10-19/1317:45> »
I want rules to rig a damn building!

It's doable to extrapolate how to do it, but I'd really like more concrete rules for doing it.

+1. Home/hideout security is not well defined in 5th, and whenever the Rigger supplement comes out, it should have better rules for things like turrets and buildings. Also, a unified rule set for upgrades and improvements for vehicles/dones/buildings so drones don't get kicked in the nuts & bolts again.


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« Reply #6 on: <09-11-19/2256:19> »
I do like those setting gazetteers, with plot hooks and contacts sprinkled all over them. If there hasn't been one yet, I'd like to know what's been going on with Quebec post-SR3.
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« Reply #7 on: <09-11-19/2305:42> »
A UK book, more info on the dark content, Africa, a Critters book and we haven’t had a good toy catalog in quite some time. What do the current equipment catalogs look like these days?