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Whatever do you mean kind Anon? Mirrors work just like that? What, mirrors at your house do not reflect your heart's true form? Then how do you know your roomates wish to submit their body and soul to your tender care as you hook their nipple piercings to your gloves with string and tell them to tie a bow on each string?

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What are some good antagonists for the players other than corporations, in a cyberpunk game?

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Should games with cyberpunk/futuristic settings always use point-buy systems for character generation, or is there room for random-roll abilities and classes?



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