History TabletopGame / SLAIndustries

20th May '18 3:55:04 PM Leliel
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* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: According to the SLA Industries Writers' Bible, this was the intended secret behind the setting. The Worlds of Progress all exist within the twisted, fevered subconscious of a mentally-ill British man named Brent Walker. Various key characters in the setting represent facets of his personality and events correspond to major points in his life. Mr. Slayer himself is a representation of Brent's ego.]]

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* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: According to the SLA Industries Writers' Bible, this was the intended secret behind the setting. The Worlds World of Progress all exist within the twisted, fevered subconscious of a mentally-ill British man named Brent Walker. Various key characters in the setting represent facets of his personality and events correspond to major points in his life. Mr. Slayer himself is a representation of Brent's ego. Subverted, however, in that it's long gained it's own existence and now poses a risk to Earth if Brent's OmnicidalManiac GodOfEvil ghost destroys all life in the World of Progress.]]
4th Feb '18 1:10:31 PM SorPepita
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* ClonesArePeopleToo: A small percentage of Stormers. The remaining majority are ExpendableClones used as shock troops on War Worlds.

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* ClonesArePeopleToo: A small percentage of Stormers. The remaining majority are ExpendableClones [[ExpendableClone Expendable Clones]] used as shock troops on War Worlds.
4th Feb '18 12:14:56 AM InsomniacWeasel
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* AllJustADream: [[spoiler: According to the SLA Industries Writers' Bible, this was the intended secret behind the setting. The Worlds of Progress all exist within the twisted, fevered subconscious of a mentally-ill British man named Brent Walker. Various key characters in the setting represent facets of his personality and events correspond to major points in his life. Mr. Slayer himself is a representation of Brent's ego.]]
21st Jan '18 4:59:32 PM nombretomado
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The game has had a difficult upbringing, and been subject to a sporadic release schedule on its journey through the hands of various publishers. Originally published by Nightfall themselves, it was taken up by WizardsOfTheCoast during the mid-1990s before being dropped in favour of something LighterAndSofter. It then survived a couple of releases at Hogshead, and is now published by [[http://www.cubicle-7.com/ Cubicle 7 Entertainment]].

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The game has had a difficult upbringing, and been subject to a sporadic release schedule on its journey through the hands of various publishers. Originally published by Nightfall themselves, it was taken up by WizardsOfTheCoast Creator/WizardsOfTheCoast during the mid-1990s before being dropped in favour of something LighterAndSofter. It then survived a couple of releases at Hogshead, and is now published by [[http://www.cubicle-7.com/ Cubicle 7 Entertainment]].
15th Dec '17 3:01:08 PM Kanonite
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* UsedFuture: From the guns to the architecture, the art style has a lot of grit to it.
17th Jul '17 8:13:31 PM justanid
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''SLA Industries'' (pronounced "SLAY Industries") is a TabletopRPG originally published in the early 1990s by Glaswegian studio Nightfall Games. It's set in the World of Progress, a horrific {{Dystopia}} governed by {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s (the eponymous SLA Industries) under the control of Mr. Slayer, an immortal plutocrat with a grand plan.

The game follows the exploits of SLA Operatives, highly-trained corporate troubleshooters that the company uses for everything from quashing internal subversion to clearing mutant pigs out of the sewers. Their principal area of operation is the company's capital of Mort City, an urban jungle the size of Eurasia, rain-soaked home to a churning mass of serial killers, terrorists, human traffickers, psychotic war veterans, killer cyborgs, cannibals, mutants, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot cannibal mutants]], and the aforementioned pigs.

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''SLA Industries'' (pronounced "SLAY Industries") is a TabletopRPG originally published in the early 1990s by Glaswegian [[UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}} Glaswegian]] studio Nightfall Games. It's set in the World of Progress, a horrific {{Dystopia}} governed by {{Corrupt Corporate Executive}}s (the eponymous SLA Industries) under the control of Mr. Slayer, an immortal plutocrat with a grand plan.

The game follows the exploits of SLA Operatives, highly-trained corporate troubleshooters that the company uses for everything from quashing internal subversion to clearing mutant pigs out of the sewers. Their principal area of operation is the company's capital of Mort City, an urban jungle the size of Eurasia, rain-soaked home to a churning mass of serial killers, terrorists, human traffickers, psychotic war veterans, killer cyborgs, cannibals, mutants, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs cannibal mutants]], and the aforementioned pigs.




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\n''TabletopGame/SLAIndustries'' !!This tabletop RPG provides examples of:
28th May '16 3:48:34 PM Kanonite
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* AristocratsAreEvil: SLA Industries' new "Virtue squads" are made up of either these or [[LightIsNotGood profane thugs in angelically styled armor.]]
24th May '16 6:17:01 AM Kanonite
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* AdultFear: The [[SexSlave Skin Trade]] is the epitome of this, snatching 50-70 children daily.
7th Sep '15 5:46:08 AM Kanonite
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* DoNotAdjustYourSet: A preffered tactic of DarkNight, one of the SLA's rivals.


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* [[SnuffFilm Snuff TV]]
25th May '15 12:57:47 AM DoctorFluffy
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* MixAndMatch: One RPG-reviewing site said about the game that "Everyone who attempts to describe SLA Industries ends up comparing it to something else."

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* MixAndMatch: One RPG-reviewing site said about the game that "Everyone who attempts to describe SLA Industries ends up comparing it to something else."" For example, one fanartist called it "The best scottish dystopian {{cyberpunk}} Film/{{blade runner}} urban horror Literature/{{trainspotting}} homage ever," [[http://haruaxeman.deviantart.com/art/Grotesquery-532866593 while also claiming it reminded him of]] Literature/VenissUnderground.
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