History TabletopGame / TranshumanSpace

9th Sep '17 6:12:05 PM nombretomado
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* MadeOfIron: Submissa series bioroids are canonically intended for {{BDSM}} play; they're actually tougher than the Spartan series SuperSoldier bioroids. The effect is less pronounced in Fourth Edition (due to Hit Points being calculated from Strength, not Health).

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* MadeOfIron: Submissa series bioroids are canonically intended for {{BDSM}} UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} play; they're actually tougher than the Spartan series SuperSoldier bioroids. The effect is less pronounced in Fourth Edition (due to Hit Points being calculated from Strength, not Health).
3rd Jul '17 1:22:29 PM Ramidel
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* GrayAndGreyMorality: Most of the setting falls under this; just nations and other organizations trying to uphold their varying ideals and competing for power, and even groups like the Chinese Communist Party are normally amoral rather than evil, while the Transpacific Socialist Alliance fights for freedom of information but is largely led by third-world dictators. There are exceptions to this who fit more under black morality (such as the dictator of Kazakstan).
20th Jun '17 9:09:13 AM Spindriver
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* ArtificialHuman: Bioroids -- biological androids.

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* ArtificialHuman: Bioroids -- biological androids.androids -- are ''products'', with all that implies. Indeed, one or two designs verge on ShoddyKnockoffProduct status.
19th Jun '17 6:52:52 AM Spindriver
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* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual: Many people in the setting wear glasses or goggles with miniature computers built into the frames, and heads-up displays in the lenses. (Indeed, given that the local medical technology must be well up to fixing most forms of poor vision, this may be the ''main'' reason that anyone wears glasses in 2100.) It's also entirely possible for those computers to run low-end artificial intelligences. Hence, some PCs can and do treat their glasses or goggles as NPC Allies.

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* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual: Many people in the setting wear glasses or goggles with miniature computers built into the frames, and heads-up displays in the lenses. (Indeed, given that the local medical technology must be well up to fixing most forms of poor vision, this may be the ''main'' reason that anyone wears glasses in 2100.) It's also entirely possible for those computers to run low-end artificial intelligences. Hence, some PCs [=PCs=] can and do treat their glasses or goggles as NPC Allies.
19th Jun '17 6:50:56 AM Spindriver
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* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual: Many people in the setting wear glasses or goggles with miniature computers built into the frames, and heads-up displays in the lenses. (Indeed, given that the local medical technology must be well up to fixing most forms of poor vision, this may be the ''main'' reason that anyone wears glasses in 2100.) It's also entirely possible for those computers to run low-end artificial intelligences. Hence, some PCs can and do treat their glasses or goggles as NPC Allies.
5th Jun '17 5:02:31 AM Ramidel
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* ShoutOut: There's a Clippit joke in ''Toxic Memes''.
-->It looks like you're starting a religion. Would you like help with that?
5th Jun '17 3:03:39 AM Ramidel
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* ShoutOut: There's a Clippit joke in ''Toxic Memes''.
-->It looks like you're starting a religion. Would you like help with that?
4th Jun '17 11:10:39 PM Ramidel
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* ChurchOfHappyology: Ecoherence, a religion built from the ground up on memetic techniques, is a spin on this based on memetically-reinforced power hierarchies, advancement between which just happens to involve the spending of large amounts of money.

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* ChurchOfHappyology: Ecoherence, a religion built from the ground up on memetic techniques, is a spin on this based on memetically-reinforced power hierarchies, advancement between which just happens to involve the spending of large amounts of money. The organization's meme team also has a secret "direct action" unit attached.
4th Jun '17 11:10:04 PM Ramidel
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* ChurchOfHappyology: Ecoherence, a religion built from the ground up on memetic techniques, is a spin on this based on memetically-reinforced power hierarchies, advancement between which just happens to involve the spending of large amounts of money.
4th Jun '17 9:18:51 PM Ramidel
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* DecadeDissonance: One of the core themes of the game is that, while technology has advanced at lightning speed, much of the world has been left behind and the technology in many areas hasn't advanced much from today's. So while one country might be [[PostCyberpunk an advanced Fifth Wave utopia]], its neighbor might be [[{{Cyberpunk}} a poverty-ridden hellhole]].

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* DecadeDissonance: One of the core themes of the game is that, while technology has advanced at lightning speed, much of the world has been left behind and the technology in many areas hasn't advanced much from today's. So while one country might be [[PostCyberpunk an advanced Fifth Wave utopia]], its neighbor might be [[{{Cyberpunk}} a poverty-ridden hellhole]]. Even within countries, some places have failed to advance; Marseilles and Los Angeles, among others, are third-world enclaves within hyperdeveloped nations, and China never really managed to upgrade its interior into the 20th century, let alone the 21st.
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