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  1. I saw Bladerunner for the first time in many years and it struck me how similar Altered Carbon is. The Guardian seems to have read my mind: Why does cyberpunk refuse to move on?
  2. Hey guys, I have been reading the Cyberpunk 2020 rules and I decided to check out Colin's BRP version. It's really good and I can see how BRP could easily replace the Cyberpunk's Interlock system. Has anyone here done anything with it? I have been talking about doing something for two years but since then I have watched Altered Carbon and the latest Bladerunner and it has got my interest up. Has anyone tried rolling their own Bladerunner or Altered Carbon.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    250 downloads

    From discussions on the "Cyberpunk Setting" thread, this is my attempt at a BRP/BGB-based take on Cyberpunk 2020, set thirty years into the future (2046). Colin
  4. All, Two of my players last week expressed interest in doing a cyberpunk game. We probably will not start for several months but I wonder what cyberpunk setting I should buy? One player suggested picking up CyberPunk 2020 and the other suggested picking up Corporation, what do you guys recommend? I plan to use Revolution D100 for rules.
  5. colinabrett

    Bad Acid

    Version 1.0.0

    48 downloads

    A follow-up adventure for the BRP/CP2020 crossover rules.
  6. Version 1.0.0

    58 downloads

    A conversion of the original DSN scenario to the BRP crossover rules developed in the Cyberpunk Setting thread.
  7. Version 1.0

    215 downloads

    The full Cybernetics rules from this post: Prettied and cleaned up.
  8. [Terms of Use] This Material is free to use for both home use, and monograph authors, and is my contribution to a better cyberpunk setting turnout for BRP. Naturally, no restrictions are present. If a Monograph author wishes to compensate me for this work, They are free to email me at: "Link6746" (Gmail Address). My preferred form of compensation is a free physical copy of the monograph in question. [The Basic Stats and Terms of Cybernetics] Inhumanity: Each implant adds 1 to 4 ranks of this to the character. If it exceeds POW, add 5% per additional point to Psychosis. If the campaign is using Sanity rules, each 5% in Psychosis gained reduces SAN by 1/1d4+1 Restriction Level: Restriction Level is pretty much a measure of legality. As an implant or prosthetic's RL gets higher, more qualifications are required to possess it legally. These Qualifications are kept indefinitely once earned, but may be taken away based on the character's actions and standing. Psychosis: Checked whenever the character is in situations of extreme stress. If a "Success" is rolled, then the character goes psychotic and control is surrendered to the GM. Imbalance: Increases each time cybernetics are added. If this gets to 50%, all magic checks are difficult. at 100%, all magic checks are impossible to do at all. Increases by 5, 10, 15, or 20% with each implant, prosthesis, or artificial transplant. CON: Dictates total Organ or other Miscellaneous implants/Transplants of an artificial nature that can be received. Jolts: Electricity, the power point system for Cybernetics. Can be used to power Energy Weapons either from batteries on the energy weapons, or by connecting directly to a cybernetic part. Jolts are used to Abstract the system of powering or using powers from Cybernetics. Platform: The device that connects the Wetware (Body) to the Cybernetic Hardware that the character employs. A Platform goes into a prexisting limb and connects to the Prime Platform- A Neural Device, or Deck- to allow control over cybernetic components. Neural Device: The prime platform. This allows you to use other cybernetics. Also called a Deck. Does not come with any modem type or method to connect to external devices by itself, requiring a slot to be taken for these extensions. Program: This provides a bonus to a certain skill when it's active. This bonus may be Direct (One Catagory towards Easy for a Mental Skill) or Simple (5/10/15%) Prosthesis: An artificial limb, or even Body, that by default has more Platforms than the original part is capable of, and may have other features. Implant: A non-limb or non-body replacing device that goes inside the body or limb of choice. Slots: The Total Number of Implants Allowed for a Given Limb, or Miscellaneous implants. Type: A Cybernetic component is considered to be a Battery (Jolt Maximum increase), a Generator (Reduce a stat by 1 or more, Return 1 Jolt in a given period of time) grant a Bonus (To Stats, Skills, or Armor), Be a Weapon (Treated like the weapon it's based on), or grant a Power (From any of the Power Types, with minor modification if necessary) or Ability (A trait, such as being able to enter digital networks, devices, and programs digitally). Cost: Bonus Type Cybernetics sometimes have a cost, which is taken every day they are active. Weapon Type Cybernetics Either have a Use Cost, or are treated like Bonus Type Cybernetics. Power Type Cybernetics cost the same number of Jolts as the power would take in Power Points. Battery, Generator, and Ability type Cybernetics do not take Jolts to Operate. [system] Implanting: First, Slots must be checked to ensure that the body can handle the implant. Then, a platform must be implanted or chosen for the implant. Following this, the proper amount of Imbalance and Inhumanity is incurred if necessary, and the implant is ready to use. Cyberdocs: A Neural Device and most other implants, prosthetic, and other cybernetic or biotechnology items requires a doctor to have them added to a character. A machine can be used as a proxy for this, but the most skilled of doctors are better than any machine simply because they can think creatively in terms of how to implant or replace something without harming the body. Prosthetics: Adding a Prosthetic is simple: A limb is lopped off, and a Platform placed where the limb connects. The limb is then replaced with the Prosthetic, Inhumanity and Imbalance is incurred if appropriate, and the Prosthesis is ready to use (and may or may not provide a bonus when using that limb). Inhumanity Index: Each implant has an index rating of 1 to 4. This is how much Inhumanity is added with the implant. If the character gains Inhumanity above POW, they gain 5% Psychosis for each point of Inhumanity above POW. In campaigns using the sanity option, SAN damage of 1/1d4+1 is also incurred. Implant Slots: By default, a fully human character with no prosthetics has 2 slots on each leg, 2 on each arm, 4 in the Head, And 4 spread through the Torso and Pelvis, as well as a number of Misc slots equal to their CON. Neural Devices and Platforms are implants, but do not take an Implant Slot. Limb Slots: One Per Limb of the same type as that limb, by Default. Additional Limbs come at a penalty of 1d4 DEX per limb, the GM can however rule that a specific limb costs the character a specific amount of DEX. Programs: Programs Take no slots to use, but requires a Neural Device of some sort, and reduces INT by 1 and IDEA by 5% for each MB of program loaded. 3 INT must always remain in order to act as desired, and 1 INT must remain for the character to remain able to function at all. The total number of Programs that can be put on a character's Deck is equal to INT*2 due to having to sandbox each of them. Jolts: These are used like Power Points, but are counted separately and can only be used with Cybernetics. Imbalance: Subtract directly from any Magic or Sorcery based skill rolls if present. Only matters in campaigns with both Cybernetics and Magic. Batteries: Each Rechargable Battery Implant adds 2 (Small Capacity), 4 (Medium Capacity), 6 (Large Capacity), 8 (High Capacity), or 10 (Extra Capacity) to the maximum Jolts a character has for Cybernetic Use. Batteries that are not Implants can be used to charge Battery Implants (1d6+1, or 2d6+2). This charging happens over 2 rounds (half the power is restored on the first round, the other half on the second- If the total be restored is Odd, add 1 to it before division). Recharging Batteries: A Generator recharges Jolts slowly (1d3 to 2d6 + 1 to 2 Efficiency Modifier per Day/Hour/30 Minutes), while a Power Socket restores an amount (1d3 to 2d6 per round, with a +/- 1-2 Wiring quality modifier) of Jolts Restriction/Qualification Level: Restriction Level is the amount of qualification required to legally possess and use a given piece of cyberware. Qualification level is used to determine what RL the character can legally use. If a campaign setting has more stringent restrictions on cybernetics, then move up RL by 1. 0: Unrestricted 1: License 2: Security 3: Military 4: Black Ops/Research 5: Black Market (Minor Infraction if Caught with) 6: Black Market (Moderate infraction if Caught with) 7: Black Market (Severe infraction if caught with) [Playstyles]: Playstyles allow one or more twists upon Cybernetics. Arcane Balance: In campaigns with Magic and Cybernetics existing side by side, Balance enforces the rule that a person with machine parts is less likely to think in terms that allow magic to be used by them, and is more likely to be confused by magic. The Arcane Balance playstyle represents this. each implant has a 5%, 10%, or 15% addition to imbalance, which at 50% makes Magic difficult and at 100% negates the ability to use magic at all. Can be further customized to count above 100% imbalance, where 200% imbalance causes death. Inhumanity: In campaigns with a focus on the mind warping effects of Cybernetics, Inhumanity is used to represent the potential of Cybernetics to drive a person insane. A character's POW limits the amount of implants they can get without gaining in Psychosis (5% per point of Inhumanity above POW). If the campaign is also using Sanity, then after this limit is reached, 1d4+1 SAN damage is taken. Following this, each further implant causes 1 SAN damage so long as it continues to raise Psychosis. Psychosis can be lowered either by removing implants and prosthesis, or by raising POW, but the damage to Sanity that results from it's gain is everlasting. However, Psychosis has one major flaw it brings to a character afflicted with it: In stress filled situations, the character goes psychotic and control is surrendered to the GM until a POW*5 check is succeeded (Roll every 5 rounds) if the player rolls under the Psychosis %. Glitches: Not all cybernetics are compatible. Sometimes they have glitches in programming that cause minor quirks in behavior, cessation of function, security flaws, or other problems. Whenever you add an implant or replace a part of your body, Roll D% and compare it to the percentage listed with the implant or prosthesis for flaws, adding 5% per implant already possessed. If you roll under this %, you gain the listed flaw. For some implants, this may be as serious as character death- In this case, roll a Stamina check, with success negating the death and causing you to lose the implant's function instead. Flaw frequency and quirk frequency is dependant on the brand and quality of the device. [stock Implant List] Mental Amplifier: Slot Head, Index Rating 3 (+1 if Beta), Type Ability (Psionic Access), Jolt Cost 1 per 1/2 hour, Glitch Stupor, 10% Imbalance. Implanted Weapon: Slot Arm, Index Rating 1 (+1 if connected to a targeting system), Type Weapon, Jolt Cost Negligable, Glitch Weapon-Popup/Popout. 10% Imbalance Targeting System: Slot Head, Index Rating 2 (+1 if Beta), Type Bonus (Targeted Attacks), Jolt Cost Negligable, Glitch Frenzy. 15% Imbalance Dermal Weave: Slot Body, Index Rating 1, Type Bonus (Armor +1, stackable without penalty), Glitch none. 5% Imbalance Modem: Slot Head, Index Rating 3 (+1 if wireless), Type Bonus/Access (Hacking/Programming), Jolt Cost 1/entry to cyberspace, Glitch Driver Malfunction (Death), 25% Imbalance Enhanced Vision Module: Slot Head, Index Rating 3, Type Ability (Night/Thermal vision), Jolt cost 1/10 rounds, Glitch light adversion, 15% Imbalance Adrenal Controller: Slot head, Index rating 2, Type Ability, Jolt cost negligable, glitch Addiction, 5% imbalance. Effect below. *for 4 rounds, movement does not hinder actions unless moving your full move speed, and any strength, constitution or agility based rolls are considered one step easier. At the end of the first round, make an easy stamina check. failing this, the effect ends early. succeeding this, the next round the effect becomes more difficult to maintain by one step. This process continues until the fourth round, at the end of which the effect is impossible to maintain any longer, and safeguards turn it off. [stock Implant Platforms] Grade R(estricted) Cybernetics Platform: Adds 4 Head slots, 10 Jolt Capacity Rechargable Battery. Inhumanity Index rating of 2 Grade M(ilitary) Cybernetics Platform: Adds 3 Head Slots, 8 Jolt Capacity Rechargable Battery. Inhumanity index rating of 1 Grade N(etrunner) Cybernetics Platform: Adds 2 Head slots, 6 Jolt Capacity Rechargable Battery. Inhumanity Index rating of 1 Grade C(ivilian) Cybernetics Platform: Adds 1 Head slot, 4 Jolt Capacity Rechargable Battery. Inhumanity Index Rating of 0. Prosthetic Cyber-Arm: Adds 1 Arm implant slot for that arm, by means of replacing it. Allows replacement of lost arms. Prosthetic Cyber-Leg: Adds 1 leg implant slot for that leg, by means of replacing it. Allows replacement of lost legs. Prosthetic Vat-Grown Cyberized Body: Adds 2 Arm, 2 Leg, and 4 body slots, in addition to a number of head slots and Jolt Capacity dependant on cybernetics platform included. *This CAN change character appearence and gender. [Acknowledgements] Enpeze: Inhumanity Playstyle's Core mechanic (SAN notwithstanding) Link6746: Collection of different types of implants, implanting system. Example starter implants
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