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Posted By: joepubThis is exactly what Perfect is about. I'm currently in late-ish playtesting of the second edition.
Posted By: JDCorleyJesus, it's like the whole nineties never happened.
Posted By: Robert BohlStill, I don't get the sense you directly conflict with slavemasters in that game (which again, may be what you want).
Posted By: Jerry D. GraysonStarchildren the Velvet Generation.Way out of print but it had such a good premise.
Posted By: Levi KornelsenClassics: Cyberpunk 2020 & CyberGeneration.
Posted By: JDCorleyJesus, it's like the whole nineties never happened.VampireWerewolfMageWraith (sort of)Changeling
Posted By: Paul BMore like sticking it to yourparents. Take that, Dad!
Posted By: joepubHey Matt,Is Nine Worlds structured/themed towards anti-establishment storylines, or storylines where you stick-it-to-the-man? Is this just a possible storyline, or is this a storyline strongly underwriting Nine Worlds?
Posted By: WirebrainGeez... did everyone forget Cyberpunk spin-off Cybergeneration?
Posted By: misubaPosted By: Paul BMore like sticking it to yourparents. Take that, Dad!
Posted By: misubaIt must be said, a lot of 90s WoD play looked from the outside like it was very much aboutservingauthority: doing what the Prince of the city told you, fighting who you were supposed to. Is this not the case? Was it only the case in LARPs?
What no Tribe 8?
You are exiled, Clan of the Cave Bear-style, by your friends, family and community and told by a your demi-god that you are no longer human. You are driven to a island filled with criminals, the insane and other outcasts like yourself. Despite this, a forgotten prophecy of blood and sacrifice promises that you all are inheritors of legacy that will lead humanity to it's ultimate liberation.
Posted By: ArpieThat's ridiculous. In every Vampire LARP I ever played, the Prince was a virtually unkillable narrator. Most people didn't even bother.Finding new ways to kiss butt was the major past time.Mind you, I played in Portland, Oregon, in the mid 90s.
Posted By: ArpieThat's ridiculous. In every Vampire LARP I ever played, the Prince was a virtually unkillable narrator. Most people didn't even bother.Finding new ways to kiss butt was the major past time.