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Interlinked Mission Book Drops for Carbon 2185 Cyberpunk RPG

Dragon Turtle Games has released the first adventure supplement for Carbon 2185

Hot on the heels of the release of the core book for Carbon 2185, Dragon Turtle Games has rolled out the first adventure supplement for the system. Interlinked features a series of episodic cyberpunk missions designed to pull the players in and invest them into the action. The 60 page PDF is available right now at DriveThruRPG for $12.99.

From Dragon Turtle:

A new experimental synth was injured and left for dead following an industrial accident at a food processing plant. The Nightingale model was slated for disposal and shipped back to a Villeneuve Robotics reclamation facility. On arrival, however, the synth was secretly removed from the facility. Unknown to the management of either facility the chief mechanic at Frisco’s, Thomas ‘Willy’ Williams, has established a relationship with the synth and can’t bear to see her destroyed. She reaches out to the cyberpunks for help in getting revenge on the corporations that have abandoned her, and to free her trapped synth brethren. She resents humanity and especially the corporations that created her, but she knows she needs allies in the process of gaining that freedom.

Interlinked places the cyberpunks in an escalating series of events that starts as a simple smash and grab job and ends with the punks taking a crucial role in a full blown synth rebellion. There are twists and turns along the way that nobody will see coming and will keep the cyberpunks on their toes.

This series of missions has been designed to feel like an episodic drama and features recurring characters and plot lines that draw the cyberpunks into the drama and get them personally invested in the story.

This mission book is suitable for cyberpunks starting at either 1st or 2nd level.

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