History TabletopGame / SLAIndustries

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.
19th Mar '14 4:42:44 PM DoctorFluffy
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* LayeredMetropolis: Mort Central, the setting of most campaigns, actually manages to hold three varieties. First, the city [[{{Undercity}} is built on top of the ruins of a previous city that is now mostly underground]], which the citizens of Mort don't like to talk about. Understandable, given that it's full of decaying infrastructure, carnivorous pigs, carriens, human psychopaths, and [[NightmareFuel horrifying monsters]], men in PoweredArmor, terrorists, and things that the standard police rifle is less effective against than a BB gun... [[CrapsackWorld because, ironically enough, it IS a]] [[MagneticWeapons gauss]] BB gun. Second, there's Downtown, a warren of walkways, streets, and buildings extending deep underground that's similar to the Kowloon Walled City. Third, there's also several skyways full of shops high above the urban sprawl of the city.
28th Jan '14 9:40:09 PM DoctorFluffy
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-->'''Glenn "Carnage" Berry''': "It's like sex. The first few times are the biggest thrill in the world, then you stop for some reason and you miss it a hundred times worse than when you never did it. Then you start doing it regularly, and it becomes and part of your everyday life... I mean, you look forward to it, and it's good, but it's not the same as when you first started. Then you find you are doing it less and less until one day it's really good because you did something different. Then
for a few years you look for the different thing. Then you look at yourself one day and [[CrossesTheLineTwice you're wearing a strange costume and a weird mask and chains and things...]]"

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-->'''Glenn "Carnage" Berry''': "It's like sex. The first few times are the biggest thrill in the world, then you stop for some reason and you miss it a hundred times worse than when you never did it. Then you start doing it regularly, and it becomes and part of your everyday life... I mean, you look forward to it, and it's good, but it's not the same as when you first started. Then you find you are doing it less and less until one day it's really good because you did something different. Then
Then for a few years you look for the different thing. Then you look at yourself one day and [[CrossesTheLineTwice you're wearing a strange costume and a weird mask and chains and things...]]"
28th Jan '14 9:39:52 PM DoctorFluffy
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* JustLikeMakingLove: How one Contract Killer (Think the Hunters from Film/TheRunningMan) describes his job of killing people for money:
-->'''Glenn "Carnage" Berry''': "It's like sex. The first few times are the biggest thrill in the world, then you stop for some reason and you miss it a hundred times worse than when you never did it. Then you start doing it regularly, and it becomes and part of your everyday life... I mean, you look forward to it, and it's good, but it's not the same as when you first started. Then you find you are doing it less and less until one day it's really good because you did something different. Then
for a few years you look for the different thing. Then you look at yourself one day and [[CrossesTheLineTwice you're wearing a strange costume and a weird mask and chains and things...]]"
28th Jan '14 7:27:13 PM 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."
2nd Dec '13 8:30:33 AM Ialda
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*** Basically, it revolves around a [[Gnosticism Gnostic]] view of the reality. Ten years before ''The Matrix'' popularized the topic.
11th Jul '13 12:52:15 PM Necromaster
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* CyberpunkWithAChanceOfRain: Indoubtedly inspired by Film/BladeRunner; it NEVER stops raining on planet Mort.
* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist - sort of. Operatives who are concerned about their prospects for posthumous career advancement can invest in a 'Life After Death' account, which entitles them to be picked up and resurrected via cutting-edge medical techniques in the event that they should die on the job. There are caveats, however: aside from the expense, a successful LAD operation allows a four-minute window between cessation of brain activity and arrival on the operating table, after which revival is impossible. Although a ''really fast'' evac helicopter is dispatched at the moment an Operative is critically injured, a customer who is unlucky enough to die in Lower Downtown, the Cannibal Sectors, or any similarly inaccessible or dangerous area cannot rely on timely evacuation. Refunds are not given in such cases. Additionally, Karma Division does not accept liability for any side-effects experienced as a result of the LAD process.

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* CyberpunkWithAChanceOfRain: Indoubtedly Undoubtedly inspired by Film/BladeRunner; it NEVER stops raining on planet Mort.
* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist - sort DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: Sort of. Operatives who are concerned about their prospects for posthumous career advancement can invest in a 'Life After Death' account, which entitles them to be picked up and resurrected via cutting-edge medical techniques in the event that they should die on the job. There are caveats, however: aside from the expense, a successful LAD operation allows a four-minute window between cessation of brain activity and arrival on the operating table, after which revival is impossible. Although a ''really fast'' evac helicopter is dispatched at the moment an Operative is critically injured, a customer who is unlucky enough to die in Lower Downtown, the Cannibal Sectors, or any similarly inaccessible or dangerous area cannot rely on timely evacuation. Refunds are not given in such cases. Additionally, Karma Division does not accept liability for any side-effects experienced as a result of the LAD process.
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