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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' has Robecca Steam, a robot daughter of a mad scientist. Her fashion style is somewhat outdated, but because it evokes steampunk aesthetics, it is quite chic.

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* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' has Robecca Steam, a robot daughter of a mad scientist. Her fashion style is somewhat outdated, but because it evokes steampunk aesthetics, it is quite chic.
5th Jan '18 5:57:13 AM CharlesPhipps
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* Many of Leonardo Da Vinci's designs were ClockPunk or steampunk. Among his designs were calculators, helicopters, [[TankGoodness tanks]], and a robot terminator.
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[[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-is-steampunk_24.html What is Steampunk?]] Retro-style SpeculativeFiction set in periods where steam power is king. Very often this will be in an AlternateUniverse where the internal combustion engine never displaced the steam engine, and as a result all manner of cool steam-driven technologies have emerged, ranging from UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} to [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea submarines;]] the plausible counterpart to {{magitek}}, with a HollywoodScience HandWave or TheSparkOfGenius. Largely, steampunk runs on RuleOfCool, with some supposedly "steam-powered" technology being more advanced than modern electronics. Sometimes combined with the work of Charles Babbage on mechanical computers to produce a kind of retro {{cyberpunk}} set entirely in the Victorian era or a close analogue, with Dickensian exploitation.

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[[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-is-steampunk_24.html What is Steampunk?]] Retro-style It is a retro-style SpeculativeFiction set in periods where steam power is king. Very often this will be in an AlternateUniverse where the internal combustion engine never displaced the steam engine, and as a result all manner of cool steam-driven technologies have emerged, ranging from UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} to [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea submarines;]] the plausible counterpart to {{magitek}}, with a HollywoodScience HandWave or TheSparkOfGenius. Largely, steampunk runs on RuleOfCool, with some supposedly "steam-powered" technology being more advanced than modern electronics. Sometimes combined with the work of Charles Babbage on mechanical computers to produce a kind of retro {{cyberpunk}} set entirely in the Victorian era or a close analogue, with Dickensian exploitation.
5th Jan '18 5:36:17 AM CharlesPhipps
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Retro-style SpeculativeFiction set in periods where steam power is king. Very often this will be in an AlternateUniverse where the internal combustion engine never displaced the steam engine, and as a result all manner of cool steam-driven technologies have emerged, ranging from UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} to [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea submarines;]] the plausible counterpart to {{magitek}}, with a HollywoodScience HandWave or TheSparkOfGenius. Largely, steampunk runs on RuleOfCool, with some supposedly "steam-powered" technology being more advanced than modern electronics. Sometimes combined with the work of Charles Babbage on mechanical computers to produce a kind of retro {{cyberpunk}} set entirely in the Victorian era or a close analogue, with Dickensian exploitation.

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[[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-is-steampunk_24.html What is Steampunk?]] Retro-style SpeculativeFiction set in periods where steam power is king. Very often this will be in an AlternateUniverse where the internal combustion engine never displaced the steam engine, and as a result all manner of cool steam-driven technologies have emerged, ranging from UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} to [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea submarines;]] the plausible counterpart to {{magitek}}, with a HollywoodScience HandWave or TheSparkOfGenius. Largely, steampunk runs on RuleOfCool, with some supposedly "steam-powered" technology being more advanced than modern electronics. Sometimes combined with the work of Charles Babbage on mechanical computers to produce a kind of retro {{cyberpunk}} set entirely in the Victorian era or a close analogue, with Dickensian exploitation.
5th Jan '18 5:35:05 AM CharlesPhipps
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' did a decidedly skewed "old-timey" version of their characters in [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sneakvideo.html The Ballad of the Sneak]] (sung by DaVinci's Notebook).
* The animation ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTdzCAGH3lU Invention of Love]]'' is a short story set in a steampunk world.
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* Steampunk/WebOriginal
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* ''[[http://www.lateralscience.co.uk/glitch/index.html The Ernest Glitch Chronicles]]'' (unholy crossbreed with CryptoHistory). First is about an overclocked horse, second is "Victorian Nitrogen Laser", and so on.
* Theatre/TheLeagueOfSTEAM, a fantastic steampunk comedy troupe. In addition to their live performances, they have a little collection of videos on their Website/YouTube channel -- including steampunk ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' parodies.
* In the ''Literature/ChaosTimeline'', Germany invents and deploys [[TankGoodness steam-driven tanks]] in this timeline's UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. [[spoiler:And wins.]]
* Tink and Clara of ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' find a steampunk booth at their game convention. Tink dismisses it as "Euro trash for nerds."
* ''Literature/StatlessAndTactless'' takes place in a steampunk setting apparently advanced enough to support cars and giant robots.
* The Rise of the Steam Soul from ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' plays it for horror.
* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQT6Bnqsvg0&list=UUDkqSAxY4vNKC2sdPjSlEaA&index=31 Arms Race: Escalation]]''[[note]]starting at the original ''Arms Race'' 5-minute short[[/note]] features an alternate version of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimean_War Crimean War]], fought with steam-driven HumongousMecha and automatic firearms-including a man-portable, steam-powered [[GatlingGood minigun]].
* While not strictly steampunk, WebVideo/AgamemnonTiberiusVacuum ''is'' a goggle-wearing mad scientist popular in steampunk circles.
* In October 2013; Wiki/TVTropes briefly changed its logo to a holiday logo featuring old fashioned lettering and a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pumpkin_03_2_4493.jpg steampunk jack-o-lantern]].

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* ''[[http://www.lateralscience.co.uk/glitch/index.html The Ernest Glitch Chronicles]]'' (unholy crossbreed with CryptoHistory). First is about an overclocked horse, second is "Victorian Nitrogen Laser", and so on.
* Theatre/TheLeagueOfSTEAM, a fantastic
[[http://sillof.com/ Sillof's Workshop]]. Features (among other things) steampunk comedy troupe. In addition to their live performances, they have a little collection versions of videos on their Website/YouTube channel -- including Comicbook/TheAvengers, [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica the Justice League]], and the entire cast of the original ''StarWars'' trilogy.
* There are some ''brilliant'' fan-created [[http://news.lugnet.com/adventurers/steampunk
steampunk ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' parodies.
lego]] models out there.
* In the ''Literature/ChaosTimeline'', Germany invents and deploys Many of Leonardo Da Vinci's designs were ClockPunk or steampunk. Among his designs were calculators, helicopters, [[TankGoodness steam-driven tanks]] in tanks]], and a robot terminator.
* Disney's gonna do
this timeline's UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. [[spoiler:And wins.]]
* Tink
with [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Mickey and Clara friends]] in the upcoming ''[[http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2010/03/the-mechanical-kingdom/ Mechanical Kingdom]]'' pin set storyline
* [[http://www.subeta.net Subeta]] has a month-long celebration
of ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' find a steampunk booth at their game convention. Tink dismisses it as "Euro trash {{steampunk}} for nerds."
* ''Literature/StatlessAndTactless'' takes place
its forum members/roleplayers in a steampunk setting apparently advanced enough to support cars and giant robots.
* The Rise of
the Steam Soul from ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' plays it for horror.
* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQT6Bnqsvg0&list=UUDkqSAxY4vNKC2sdPjSlEaA&index=31 Arms Race: Escalation]]''[[note]]starting at
spring, called the original ''Arms Race'' 5-minute short[[/note]] features an alternate version of Atebus Revolution Masquerade.
** [[http://www.valenth.com Valenth]], a related website created by
the [[http://en.same people, is entirely based around {{steampunk}} technologies.
* [[https://en.
wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimean_War Crimean War]], fought with steam-driven HumongousMecha and automatic firearms-including a man-portable, steam-powered [[GatlingGood minigun]].
* While not strictly steampunk, WebVideo/AgamemnonTiberiusVacuum ''is'' a goggle-wearing mad scientist popular in
org/wiki/The_Neverwas_Haul The Neverwas Haul]] is probably one of the most impressive bits of steampunk circles.
* In October 2013; Wiki/TVTropes briefly changed its logo to a holiday logo featuring old fashioned lettering and a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/pumpkin_03_2_4493.jpg
art ever created. A steampunk jack-o-lantern]]."mobile home" made from 75% recycled equipment and materials, the Neverwas Haul is basically a three-story Victorian mansion on wheels.
* Steampunk and its general fanbase have been [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodied]] on a FunTShirt (which borrowed a line from Jess Nevins): [[http://www.pegasuspublishing.com/steampunk-What-happens-when-Goths-Discover-Brown-T-Shirt-p-30118.html "steampunk: What happens when goths discover brown."]]
* A good discussion of the genre was done here in [[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-is-steampunk_24.html What IS Steampunk?]] by Blog/TheUnitedFederationOfCharles.




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* ''[[Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender Avatar]]'':
** In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', the Fire Nation boasts Industrial-Age innovations, such as trains and tanks powered by coal, steam, and firebending. Most of these were commissioned by extorting an expatriate Earth Kingdom inventor and leader of refugee group in now converted Northern Air Temple, the Mechanist, who dwells within a sanctuary maintained by steam-operated mechanisms and whose prize invention is a large, sophisticated steam-powered telescope. This is unsurprising, since Ghibli's works were one of the things that influenced ''Avatar'''s creators. The show got really steampunky real quick in season two, where a colossal drilling machine was introduced. Then in the third there were ''jet skis'', and Fire Nation engineers invented ''zeppelins'' by reverse-engineering a previously introduced hot-air balloon created by Earth Kingdom inventor. Indeed, the original concept set the series in a futuristic environment, but the idea was scrapped in favor of an ancient feel; nonetheless, some technology was preserved during the change in setting. What makes the Fire Nation's steampunk technology particularly notable is that, unlike the more {{Magitek}} technology of the other nations, much/most of it doesn't need any bending to operate.
** SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' initially takes place in Republic City, described as a "steampunk metropolis" on the official website and set in its world's equivalent of TheRoaringTwenties. Technology seen includes more (and more advanced) zeppelins, cameras, cars, radios, and electronic speakers. However, aside from the zeppelins, most of the technology shown is actually not much different from the tech of the real-life 1920's, to the point where ''Korra'' actually slots better into the category of DieselPunk. That said, we do get steam(?)-powered battle mechs later in the series.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Showdown", Ra's al Ghul describes his attempt to destroy the transcontinental railroad and bomb Washington back in the 1880s with an advanced war dirigible, complete with cannons, turrets and gatling guns. Unfortunately, his son ruins it by getting Jonah Hex involved.
* The villain Mechanicles' shtick in ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries''. Improbable-to-impossible mechanical creations of all shapes and sizes. However, they are usually ClockPunk rather than steam-based. Brownie points for earning a mention on the ClockKing page. His plans are often just as elaborate as his machines, and they rely almost entirely on things running according to schedule.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheModifyers'' is set in an unnamed Victorian-esque city, which features scads of clockwork gadgetry and steampowered transports -- from trains, to zepplins. Also, the heroine is a teen spy, who has [[DoAnythingRobot a trusty robot sidekick]], and disguises herself as PerkyGoth with [[FakeBrit a British accent.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMysteriousGeographicExplorationsOfJasperMorello'' is an Australian short film about a troubled airship navigator and a dangerous expedition he takes part in. The setting has steam and mechanical zeppelins, and the entire film is animated as though it were shadow puppets and a light box. It was nominated for many awards (including an Academy Award) due to the unique silhouette art-style and the inventive storyline.
* Disney's ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' is filled with steampunk style mechanical oddities such as airships, submarines, massive wind and water generators and the venerable quick car. All of these machines are operated without electricity.
%%Explain * Yet another rejected Nickelodeon pilot, ''WesternAnimation/ConstantPayne'', was steampunk mixed with some futuristic elements.
* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' opens with a short of John Wilkes Booth trying to kill Lincoln- and he fails, thanks to a space-time-hopping Franchise/{{Batman}}. Seconds later, Booth whips out brass armor with steam-powered [[MoreDakka gattling gun arms.]] This is an [[AlternateHistory alternate universe]] with a [[WhatIf different timeline]], as Batman subtly mentions on his way back home at the end of the short- after pounding Booth into submission, with a little help from Honest Abe himself.
* While there is a great deal of SchizoTech running amok, ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has a few elements of this.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Steam Lantern", this is the [[PlanetOfHats hat]] of the planet Hal Jordan finds himself on when sent to another universe by the Anti-Monitor.
* The ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Steampunx" revolved around this genre. With special appearance by Music/ProfessorElemental.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfMarkTwain'', in which the titular Twain attempts to chase Halley's Comet through outer space in a steampunk airship. Then it gets weird.
* The ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' two-part episode "Steampunks" is all about the genre. There's also a recurring character named Moff, who is a huge steampunk enthusiast.
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[[folder:Other]]
* [[http://sillof.com/ Sillof's Workshop]]. Features (among other things) steampunk versions of Comicbook/TheAvengers, [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica the Justice League]], and the entire cast of the original ''StarWars'' trilogy.
* There are some ''brilliant'' fan-created [[http://news.lugnet.com/adventurers/steampunk steampunk lego]] models out there.
* Many of Leonardo Da Vinci's designs were ClockPunk or steampunk. Among his designs were calculators, helicopters, [[TankGoodness tanks]], and a robot terminator.
* Disney's gonna do this with [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Mickey and friends]] in the upcoming ''[[http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2010/03/the-mechanical-kingdom/ Mechanical Kingdom]]'' pin set storyline
* [[http://www.subeta.net Subeta]] has a month-long celebration of {{steampunk}} for its forum members/roleplayers in the spring, called the Atebus Revolution Masquerade.
** [[http://www.valenth.com Valenth]], a related website created by the same people, is entirely based around {{steampunk}} technologies.
* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Neverwas_Haul The Neverwas Haul]] is probably one of the most impressive bits of steampunk art ever created. A steampunk "mobile home" made from 75% recycled equipment and materials, the Neverwas Haul is basically a three-story Victorian mansion on wheels.
* Steampunk and its general fanbase have been [[AffectionateParody affectionately parodied]] on a FunTShirt (which borrowed a line from Jess Nevins): [[http://www.pegasuspublishing.com/steampunk-What-happens-when-Goths-Discover-Brown-T-Shirt-p-30118.html "steampunk: What happens when goths discover brown."]]
* A good discussion of the genre was done here in [[http://unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com/2013/07/what-is-steampunk_24.html What IS Steampunk?]] by Blog/TheUnitedFederationOfCharles.
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* Steampunk/WesternAnimation



[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms'' RPG published by Privateer Press is ''built'' on steampunk. Steampunk and awesome.
* Also by Privateer Press, tabletop wargame ''[[TabletopGame/IronKingdoms Warmachine]]'' is also heavily based on steampunk tropes; with substantial magic and supernatural elements added in.
** No surprise when it's also set in the Iron Kingdoms. Why make a whole new steampunk setting when you've already got a great one in-hand?
* The RolePlayingGame ''TabletopGame/{{Space 1889}}'' (''[[http://www.heliograph.com/space1889/ Space: 1889]]''), as well as the [[http://www.space1889.com/ even obscurer licensed audio dramas]] based on it.
* The RolePlayingGame game ''TabletopGame/MutantChronicles'' (along with its tie-ins, collectible card game ''TabletopGame/DoomTrooper'', battle game ''TabletopGame/WarZone'' and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutant_Chronicles_(film) the 2008 feature film]]), although it takes place somewhere in the [=XXVIIIth=] century, is actually steampunk, as the Mutants and Dark Symmetry (a kind of evil power field) rendered all electronic devices unreliable and therefore practically unusable, so humanity was forced to rely on steam-powered ones. This was averted in later editions of ''War Zone'', where the universe turned more to DieselPunk and Cybertronic remained straight {{cyberpunk}}.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'''s Dwarves and Chaos Dwarves have loads of steampunk contraptions, including a chopper and for one character, body armour which helps him move. The Empire also has a steam-powered ''{{tank|Goodness}}''.
* The Alchemical ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' are heroes of a clockwork world who are implanted with steam (and other weird materials) powered devices that make them more effective as hero figures.
* The D20 roleplaying game ''TabletopGame/{{Etherscope}}'' is set in a Victorian, steampunk world complete with the usual paraphernalia. The main difference being the existence of the titular 'etherscope' which allows for the creation of computer-like mechanisms, amongst other things...
* While ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' is generally a HighFantasy RPG, Gnomes tend to border on, or full-out jump into, steampunk.
** The ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}'' setting in particular uses this, where Gnomes even have "rocket ships."
** In the TabletopGame/{{Mystara}} setting, they've got ''biplanes''.
** 3.5 even features several Prestige Classes made for Gnomes which feature them as steampunk or Clockpunk mad scientists.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' invokes this trope, along with {{Magitek}}, but is more magic-based technology than steampunk. Actual technology is rare and often not worth it, due to magic being so readily available and easy to learn.
** Some of the more advanced realms in ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' feature steampunk elements.
** None does more in this regard than ''TabletopGame/DragonMech'', which incorporates AfterTheEnd and AlienInvasion elements with its steam-driven HumongousMecha and [[HollywoodCyborg Steamborgs]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' 3rd Edition had a ''Steampunk'' sourcebook, which included various steampunk devices, details of Victoriana, and contained ''three'' steampunk settings: Etheria (PlanetaryRomance); Iron ("conventional" dystopian steampunk) and Qabala (a weird variant, essentially "Golempunk"). This was followed by ''Steam-Tech'', with further gadgets including an automaton detective ([[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial which was not intended to resemble Mr Holmes of Baker Street in any way]]). The 4th edition of the game has a developing line of PDF Steampunk sourcebooks which not only provide 4th edition game mechanics for material from the older books, but bring the game's treatment of the genre more into line with 21st century fashion-driven steampunk. In GURPS [[TechnologyLevels Tech Level]] terms, steampunk is often considered [=TL5+1=], [=TL5+2=], or [=TL6+1=] -- that is, as far advanced as [=TL6=] or [=TL7=], but ''different''.
* The ''TabletopGame/MageKnight'' "Black Powder Rebels" faction was highly steampunk, including steam golems and a steam tank.
* A Polish RPG now released in English, ''TabletopGame/WolsungSteamPulpFantasy'', is more Steam than Punk, and the authors themselves call it Victorian Fantasy. The setting is something similar to our world on the brink of the [=XXth=] century, but filtered through pulp fiction from the time, with a little bit of classic fantasy and lots of pop culture inspirations.
* ''Airship Pirates'' is an RPG based on the songs of Music/AbneyPark (see Music), with all the steampunkery that implies -- indeed, the world it describes is arguably even more steampunk than the songs, since the band describe themselves as "the only Airship Pirates" which the game understandably... [[AdaptationExpansion changes]].
* ''TabletopGame/UnhallowedMetropolis'' is set in the 22nd century, after a ZombieApocalypse wiped out human civilization around 1900. Humanity has finally regained control of a few areas, and is going back to the last golden age of civilization, resulting in a "Neo-Victorian" culture with many elements of this.
* The French ''Ecryme'' RPG is set in an alien world with strong Victorian-era aesthetics and classical steampunk technology.
* ''TabletopGame/CastleFalkenstein'' uses an essentially steampunk setting with added supernatural elements (including Engine Magick) for a good measure.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Victoriana| RPG}}'', an AlternateHistory RPG set near the mid-XIX century, has a definite steampunk element to it.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Deadlands}}'' is essentially steampunk of the WeirdWest variety. It handwaves typical technological limitation of steampunk technology by introduction of 'ghostrock', a kind of coal imbued with spiritual force that can give off tremendous amounts of energy and has other properties very useful to any MadScientist. Also, Manitous.
* In ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'' steampunk is the latest fashion fad among mad scientists. Humorously the actual Victorian mad scientists didn't create much in the steampunk style but many of them did use Baroque styles based on idealised 17th century fashions (which was also not actually used by 17th century mad scientists).
* From Ravnica, in TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering, the Izzet are a mix of this and {{Magitek}}.
* In ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'' the Sons of Ether, the Magick tradition who tend the sphere of matter, have a largely steampunk aesthetic mixed with RaygunGothic.
* One of the precursor races in ''TabletopGame/{{The Splinter}}'' designed technology to run on steam because they just enjoyed the aesthetic. Because of this, steam punk settings and tech can often be found in The Realm.
* ''TabletopGame/DystopianWars'' which features steam powered tanks, massive airships, huge landships, and HumongousMecha.
* The FATE ''Jadepunk'' setting is Wuxia-toned steampunk that closely resembles the Asian-inspired DieselPunk of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', only minus the diesel. The book makes it clear several times that the core idea the writers worked to was to play up the 'punk' side and have the PC's go out to fight the corrupt authorities of Kausao City.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Tephra}}'' is a customizable steampunk RPG created by ''[[http://www.crackedmonocle.com/ Cracked Monocle]]''. Set in a unique world populated by elves, satyrs, and gnomes, it utilizes a single twelve-sided die.
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