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What does your ideal cyberpunk setting look like?

>> No.49125048

No magic.

>> No.49125093
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>>49124940
>Big corps
>Weird advance technology
>Power to and against The Man
>Loads of Neon light
>Maybe an alien races or two
>Religious imagery and actual religion
>Transhumanism
>Morals in black, white, and gray scale
>Dance clubs
>>49125048
And this. Magic ruins it.

>> No.49125425

>>49124940

>The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.

>> No.49125515

>>49125048

This. I play cyberpunk and other sci fi genres to get away from elves and dragons. Not get more of them.

>> No.49125847
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a vaporwave-ish setting, where most people are nihlistic office workers. suicide rates are high, but the oligarchic corporations dont care. people are making babies faster than the suicide rates, anyways, and the population is basically a huge creature that is continuously being devoured by suicide

a group of depressed young intellectuals decide to go out and wage anarchy, spitting in the face of capitalism and consumerist society and mocking it

>> No.49125859

Shadowrun or Shadowrun without magic

>> No.49125878

Any tips to make a text only game feel more Cyberpunkish? I feel like I'm not describing the setting properly.

>> No.49125921

>>49125847
I am really not digging this unless it's a parody/dark humor setting.

Also not sure if depression works that way

>> No.49125934

>>49125921
their actions are not a result of the depression

it is humorous in a way. i want to make it very absurd

>> No.49125943

>>49125878

Did you put in neon lights and crowded cities?

>> No.49125944

>>49124940
1d6 sessions where it all goes according to plan
1d4 where it works out in the end
and then every session there after turns to shit.

>> No.49125981

>>49125859

>Shadowrun without magic.

Literally Neuromancer. The SR devs stole all of the non-fantasy elements from William Gibson.

>> No.49125999

>>49125934

ah kk sounds good

>> No.49126006

>>49125934
in fact, im thinking of making the lore where Japan conquers the world after a nuclear war between North Korea and the Free Republic of Texas. everything is Japanized, and an olgiarchy of Yakuza shoguns who are essentially corporate leaders, too. they each have their own private elite force of Yakuza ninjas with the blood of Genghis Khan

>> No.49126030

>>49126006
oh, and the intellectuals are marxists/stirnerists

dont ask me how. they just are

>> No.49126118

>>49126006

looks like you got the groundwork all laid out

>> No.49126131

>>49124940

I just like Neuromancer.

>> No.49126193
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Cyberpunk is better without magic. It's all about the new piling in over the old, which is why places with incredibly dense populations like Tokyo, Hong Kong or Taiwan make great settings.

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>>49124940

Ten years into the future of sorts. Speculation on what the world would be like based on current events with sprinklings of advanced technology thrown in as well and shows how actual "Running the shadows" is not glamorous in the least bit and can handle being a member of a street gang working your way up the ranks in the mean streets of (insert city here) USA to being a government spy doing business in bumfuck middle of Africa with your mark bound inside of a old tire about to be fed to some hungry Hyenas if he doesn't talk.

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>> No.49126243

>>49125048
This.
I just want to do a shitton of drugs and then link my BCI to the corp's security systems like a normal person.

>> No.49126270

>>49125425
>>49125981
>>49126131

Good taste anons

>> No.49126407

>>49124940
>Cities the size of counties
>A nigh-immortal upper class
>Genetically modified subcultures
>Transhumanism
>Nanomachinery
>New and exotic drugs
>Set in Tokyo or Shanghai

>> No.49126425

>>49126193
This has got me thinking. What would cyberpunk set in India look like?

>> No.49126477

>>49126425

DESIGNATED HACKING AREAS

>> No.49126507

>>49126425
read the novel River of Gods to find out

>> No.49126508

>>49126193
>Cyberpunk is better without magic

Debatable

>> No.49126688

>>49126425
Augmented poop?

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>>49125048
fpbp

>>49126425
Android Netrunner has one of its cycles there - it's not too much different from anywhere else (partly for game reasons), but it's pretty cool.

Notable features include political activism, meditating to make yourself a better hacker, bollywood being applied to sim-sense entertainment, producing food on a super-intensive scale being important, quite a lot of manufacturing, respect for the past, and even greater wealth disparity than usual - the cycle before being set on the west coast of the US kind of highlights it, as does the presence of servants which haven't gone out of style (they're just androids now)

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>>49124940
Really can't go wrong with Neuromancer style

Although if the group is really fun I like to run something that is a mix of Jet Set Radio and Hackers set in the near future. The players are hip youths sticking it to the Man (and their parents) through light terrorism. More focused on infiltration and sabotage than combat. Everything is superflat and painfully cool but the price of failure is nerve stapling. Players are encouraged to come up with cringe-worthy slang. Usually run with Mini6

Don't know if really counts as cyberpunk but a game set in the BLAME! superstructure would be pretty kick-ass.

>>49125048
Then don't play shadowrun. I get that it's popular but it's also pretty much the only cyberpunk game with magic.

I don't get why there aren't more Cyberpunk2020 threads here. There is obviously a demand for straight cyberpunk, if more threads were made about it less people would have to use /srg/ to get their fill.

I think shadowrun is actually a lot of fun -not necessarily for being good cyberpunk- but for some reason it's often treated like the only game in town. Which leads to a lot of unnecessary bitterness.
If more attention was given to CP2020 or GRUPs Cyberpunk there really wouldn't be the problem of SR being the go to game, which it really shouldn't be.

(fuck now that I check, there really aren't really any other cyperpunk games out there, that's crazy)

>> No.49126953

>>49126900

Hey what was that homebrew Jet Set Radio system that was making the rounds here a year or two back? Velocity something?

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>> No.49126979

>>49126900

There are other cyberpunk games, though you kind of have to go into the indie space for them. TechNoir is supposed to be pretty good. The Sprawl is an Apocalypse engine game set in William Gibson's universe from the novels of the same name.
I believe there's another one, but the name escapes me ATM.

>> No.49127012

>>49126900
> Which leads to a lot of unnecessary bitterness.

Nah, people wanting to be lazy douchebags leads to the bitterness.

>> No.49127042

>>49124940
It would either need to fully embrace the CUHRAYZEE nature of Cyberpunk or tone it down and move past the 80s.

Either would do.

>> No.49127155

>>49126900
>I don't get why there aren't more Cyberpunk2020 threads here.
Probably because it's 26 years old at this point

I don't want to start the "we cyberpunk nao" shit, because the genre is speculative near-future fiction, written with some pretty smart and astute writers - it shouldn't be a surprise that some of it rings true.

But that's not helpful when it comes to the game being more popular - it seems outdated, even if the game itself holds up fine

>>49126979
Interface Zero?

Sharing Hardwired (which does, incidentally, have a CP2020 splatbook) because it's a pretty great read, though it's a little more post-apoc than most cyberpunk

>> No.49127164

>>49126953
VeloCITY. It's on 1d4 if you want the book. It looks good to me but the GM absolutely has to keep three dimensions in mind.

>> No.49127349

>>49124940
A gritty, post-human society where only robots remain.

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>>49127164
That the one designed for freerunning, Mirror's Edge style?

Add a couple of cybernetics, rain penalties, maybe include drones flying about as well (which I'd imagine the 3D would be useful for) and you could have a great way to explore a near-future city.

Might not work as a whole system, if it's not geared for fighting, but certainly sounds like it's worth a look

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I want:

> Huge corporations that dominate the world but are not necessarily evil
> Tentacular megalopolises and mostly deserted countryside
> High-tech and clean corporate business, commercial and residential areas with intelligent buildings, efficient mass transit, clean parks, private security, etc.
> Gigantic and dangerous slums with huge housing projects, burnt down housing blocks, refugee camps, shops selling cheap stuff and streets choke full of trash
> Huge sewer system (access to corporate areas is heavily guarded)
> Cyclopean industrial sites and landfills
> Gigantic recycling plants were all the trash is sorted, treated and recycled
> Hot nightclubs and sleazy bars
> Redlight districts full of prostitutes, VR sex cabins, and STD's (both physical and digital)
> New exciting and dangerous synthetic/electronic drugs
> Bloodsports to keep people happy (gladiator fights, dangerous high-speed races...)
> New religious/philosophical paradigms
> Robot waifus
> Cloned waifus
> Genetically engineered waifus
> Cyborg waifus
> Virtual waifus
> Psycho killers (standard psychos, cyberpsychos, drug addicts, bugged A.I.'s, hacked cyberbrains...)
> Brutal vigilantes
> Ultra-violent gangs
> Corrupt cops
> Crazy cults
> Ruthless mercenaries
> Strong contrast between corporate world and slums (high-tech vs. low-tech, clean vs. dirty, elegant vs. vulgar)
> Escapism through virtual worlds, drugs, alcohol, party and sex

Some inspiration:
Enter the Void (visuals, escapism), Hardware (visuals), Strange Days (new drug), Elysium (contrast slums/corporate areas), Dredd (housing projects, gangs, drugs), Akira (sewer system), Automata (visuals), City of God (slums and gang violence), Tropa de Elite 2 (slums, corrupt cops), Total Recall (new technology), Ex Machina & Armitage III (robot waifu), Deus Ex: Human Revolution (corporations, visuals), Syndicate (2012) & Ghost in the Shell (cyberbrain hacking)

Putting all this together gives me a headache.

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>>49128038

Good taste anon. My personal solution to putting it all together was to not put it all in one place. I simply assumed that different parts of the world developed differently because of different starting conditions and then I let the players travel around. It kept things fresh.

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>>49126477

>> No.49128506

>>49128110
My idea was to mix cyberpunk with post-apocalyptic fiction. Kind of most of the world has turn to shit for some reason (mega-volcano, meteorite strike, WWIII, mega-earthquake...). Surviving mankind is located in some surviving megalopolis.

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>>49128506
I'm not shitting on it - cyberpunk combines well with post-apoc, pic related (directed asteroid strikes/orbital bombardment), but do you mind if I ask why?

What does the apocalyptic scenario and trying to survive the world that followed add to the setting?

>> No.49128785

>>49128579
As one of the anons said above, cyberpunk is about building the new above the bones of the old. Post apoc helps in that it provides plausible reasoning why the world went to shit and corporations took over the role of nation states.

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>>49128579
My idea is to have a post-apocalyptic setting to explain major changes in the world's organization. It's difficult to explain why all of a sudden there should be a giant and especially overcrowded metroplex ranging from New York to Washington D.C. as the US population grows only slowly (possible explanation: European refugees fleeing from radioactive EU, or refugees from USA's central and north-western states due to eruption of the Yellowstone super-volcano...). There need to be also an explanation about why all of a sudden private companies become more powerful than nation-states (ex. what's left of the US government, the US military-industrial complex, and the US armed forces ban together and form a new entity to face an emergency, while abandoning some areas completely). Finally, I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic settings.

Now that I wrote all that, I'm thinking that a pre-apocalyptic setting could be cool, too. The world is going to shit, and life is only possible in a few locations (ex. Automata).

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>> No.49130008

I liked the concept of Kuro - mixing cyberpunk with traditional Japanese horror. Sadly, the result wasn't as good as expected.

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>>49126508
For me, cyberpunk is better without magic, but some supernatural stuff is ok (psychic powers, vengeful ghosts, bioengineered mutants and tentacle monsters...). I kind of like Cthulhupunk, although I will probably never GM or play it.

>> No.49130187

>>49124940
Pink

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>>49130187
how pink?

>> No.49130320

>>49124940
like THE FUTURE

>> No.49130750

>>49126030
That's going to be two groups, minimum, who fucking hate each other. Spooks vs Sancho.

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Looks like I'm the only one here who likes magic in a cyberpunk game

>> No.49130876

>>49125048
What about psions?

>> No.49130879

>>49128038
Sounds like you'd love EYE Divine Cybermancy, since it has most of that stuff.

>> No.49130893

>>49129354
>This is what you want.
>This is what you get.

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>extremely advanced technology
>pervasive information access
>hackers
>ability to transform the human body
>super-soldiers
>cybernetic prosthesis
>invasive ability enhancing surgeries/therapies, >robots
>sentient A.I.
>interplanetary space travel
>space habitats
>virtual reality simulations
>unregulated capitalism with corrupt, near monopolistic entities controlling large parts of markets
>population with a stark contrast between rich and poor
>environmental disasters
>eco-terrorists
>mutants/non-human races

>> No.49131219

>>49125048
How would you feel about the inclusion of demons? Not as CEOs, just demons doing the usual illuminati wish giving shtick

>> No.49131230

>>49131219
I'd almost be okay with it, honestly.

>> No.49131260

>>49124940
I don't like cyberpunk, but I love post-cyberpunk, especially when the protagonists work for the government.

The chief dilemma of a world like this is the tension between the state and private sector, and in particular transnational, really, supernational entities like corporations.

No one is evil, but many, maybe even most people in these settings, as in our world today, are totally self-absorbed and materialistic, and that clashes with organizations that serve the public interest, chiefly the government.

And the financial elites will inevitably try to fully capture public institutions in such a world, and even privatize the essential features of government like the military and police. Cyberpunk typically just has this as a default assumption with the government either totally captured or completely ineffectual, but it isn't and shouldn't be that simple. States will fight back and nationalism won't ever fully disintegrate into captialist globalism.

>> No.49131304

>>49126425
>cyber poo in the cyber loo

>> No.49131377

>>49131230

I'll tolerate magic in cyberpunk if it's like some kind of X-Files dealie. Where the fantastic elements are actually some kind of paranormal phenomenon no one really believes in and the characters just stumble upon.

But an Elf computer hacker and a fireball-throwing troll running through a corporate HQ doing errands for a dragon wizard disguised as a business man? That's retarded.

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>>49131260
>with organizations that serve the public interest, chiefly the governmen

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>>49131407
>The public sector doesn't serve the public interest

When will this meme die?

>> No.49131459

>>49131433
when we elect a libertarian

>republicans are bootlickers for big business
>democrats are modern day slavers

>> No.49131480

>>49131433
>"public sector" "public interest"
>not "self-interested government bureaucracy"
>butthurt socialist detected

>> No.49131612

>>49131459
>>49131480
Lolbercucks are the corporate slaves.

Whoever responded to you may be a socialist degenerate, but I'm an authoritarian nationalist and I can assure you that slaves to the market are the enemy of more than misguided reds.

>> No.49131650

>>49131433
Is it still a meme if it's truth?

>> No.49131652

>>49131612
>>49131612
any authoritarian state becomes an oligarchy unresponsive to the people.

Hence the Clintons existing.

>> No.49131702

>>49131459
>>49131480
Libertarians don't understand how government works. I am shocked.

>>49131612
I'm not a socialist

>> No.49131706

>>49131652
The people do not know what is in their own interest. They are led around by the nose, by materialism, hedonism, and selfishness. They cannot be trusted to make proper decisions regarding collective security or prosperity.

>> No.49131726

Oh joy, it's descended into meme politics already

>> No.49131747

>>49131706
hence a republic designed by libertarians

>> No.49131780

>>49131706
America needs a good, well bred Monarchy for a while desu.

>> No.49131786

>>49131747
Lolbercucks will only engineer a further slavery to the market. They are defined by their insatiable lust for power and wealth at the expense of everything and everyone besides themselves. Money is the only that matters to this degenerate subrace. Of course in reality the market is the enemy of civilization, and must be properly enslaved to the collective interest of the nation, rather than the other way around.

>> No.49131823

>>49131780
That's why people will vote for a second Clinton administration. In truth, people naturally crave dynastic rule.

>> No.49131895

>>49131706
Guys, I think the troll is right on this one.

>> No.49131927

>>49131823
I said GOOD

I'm a Dem voting Trump because I've reached the stage where I want SOMETHING to change. I feel Clinton is just 4-8 years of the same shit. Trump might be the same, he might to a good job or he might be so bad people will get involved in politics again.

>> No.49131933

To be honest, looking at 2nd World places is the best way to do Cyberpunk. Places like India or Mexico. You have all the latest electronics and gizmos at prices even the poorest McDonalds worker can afford, but most people still live in poverty and there are huge gaps where you can just disappear.

>> No.49131941

>>49124940
Contrasting.
And with less of this 'Cybernetics will eat your mind' shit.

>>49128038
>Syndicate (2012)
I thought I was the only person who cared about that game.

>> No.49131980

Some semi fatalistic black humor setting where things are funny because the future doesn't really matter, just the moment.

Major companies rule the world with more power then the players will ever be in a position to truely understand dominate the gameboard as you deal with people turning the Matrix into essentially cyber drugs.

No one cares about the world because everyone just tunes into a different part of cyberspace too chase a false dream. People gradually forget their name isnt Malfagor the Endowed, arch paladin from some medieval porn mmo because Tom is just a name that shows up on emails telling him which form he has to fill out to properly evict that orphanage down the street no one gave two shits about in the first place.

I dont mind magic, since ive never played a shadowrun game that wasnt fun yet (dont ruin that for me) but in my mind cyber-magic is a different genre about a sortof Neverland that despite everything grew up. The wonder of "Wow magic can doo anything" has died and wizards sell their own blood to power technology as Red Oil.

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Not a single mention of Transmetropolitan. You degenerate mongoloids sicken me.

>> No.49132431

>>49132423
>10 mb glasses

>> No.49132506

>>49131927
Trump is p. cyberpunk tbqh

>> No.49132509

>>49124940
Well it sure as hell isn't Paris. Talk about instantly killing the mood.

I can just picture some ice cold street samurai as he steps off his hoverbike. He nonchalantly adjusts his kevlar trenchcoat, slowly removes his mirrored shades, opens his mouth to speak and

>HON HON HON MON AMI, PARLEZ VOUS INKY DINKY DOO, FROMAGE BAUGETTE LE ESCARGOT, I SURRENDER

>> No.49132587

>>49132509
More likely he'd be speaking Arabic and wearing a jelaba.

>ALLAHU SNACKBAR MOHAMED JIHAD!

>> No.49132716

>>49132509
>baugette
>le escargot
>non Francophone in charge of mocking French
Reminder English stole 30 to 40% percent of its vocabulary (depends on the source) from French, and then some more from Latin.

>> No.49132818

>>49132509
>Surr3nd3r M0nk3y

>> No.49134431

>>49132509

This would be the best fucking street samurai ever.

Whenever he is on runs he does a horrible french impersonation and sounds like a total douchebag to help hide his identity.

Goes by: Le Estranger

>> No.49134463

>>49132818

s1c|< l337 |3r0

>> No.49134615

>>49132716
Remind that it works both ways and nobody gives a fuque.

>> No.49134663

>>49124940
Deus Ex, Blade Runner stuff

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>>49124940
>No real religions, only Facebook tier mantras and philosophies reserved for the introverts.
>Extremely extroverted society, based on social standing, charisma, and physical appearance.
>Going against the flow in the right way is always fashion
>Territary socialisation is based upon being unique, while at the same time shunning non-conformists
>The past is looked down on at all times, except when extremely romanticised to lift a certain moral
>Megacorps
>All languages looking more and more like pidgeon english
>Tech is widely used and in fact is the only thing keeping a modern person functioning, although actual knowledge of it is looked down on
>The people and the government do their best to be enviromentally friendly, resulting in the richer districts being massive skyscrapers made out of glass and blinding white plastics, full of parks, green areas, and biking routes
>Most of the actual traffic is in vast networks underneath the streets, the streets being reserved for green reserves, storefronts, and entrances.
>The poorer districts do not have the two floors, but still attempt to recreate the same style seen in the inner city, leading to older, filthy, greyish white buildings with hard-trampled dirt in what used to be hedges


MFW I just described my home rn

>> No.49135169

>>49135000
>Territary socialisation is based upon being unique, while at the same time shunning non-conformists
>No real religions, only Facebook tier mantras and philosophies reserved for the introverts.
>Extremely extroverted society, based on social standing, charisma, and physical appearance.
>Tech is widely used and in fact is the only thing keeping a modern person functioning, although actual knowledge of it is looked down on

So, our society right now, only taken to 11?

>> No.49135253

>>49134431
Kind of hilarious.

He steps out of a cloud of foul smoke, flicking the stub of a gauloises to the floor.
>bonsswoirrrr meesurrre, ah ahm, 'ow you say, Le Estraanguerrrrr

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How do you prefer your cybernetic prosthetics, /tg/?

>Basic construction, plain pipes and joints, thinner than a human limb but stronger
>Covered in brightly-colored panels to mimic the shape of the original limb
>Covered in flesh-colored panels
>Covered in flesh-colored silicone or other imitation flesh
>Other

>> No.49135418

>>49135169
>our society right now, only taken to 11?
Kind of how speculative fiction works.
Just add a couple of cool ideas that you think might come to pass and you're good, if you're a decent writer

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>>49135376
My personal preferences lie with obviously mechanical limbs that replicate function but just barely look like a human's limb.
Though I love the idea of commercialism making a massive variety of sometimes insane and usually impractical designs. Like, "It's the brand new FISTINATOR 4000! Now with 85% more fisting, and flames n' shit!" playing in the ad breaks.

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>>49135376

I prefer robotic limbs which are conspicuously mechanical but were designed with the intention of maintaining the silhouette of a human body part.

>> No.49135653

Like the 80's never ended.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcyW-0PjFu0

>> No.49135674

>>49128506

If Judge Dredd could do it, so can you.

>> No.49135685

>>49124940
detroit now. germany and france in 5 years.

>> No.49135708

>>49135376
Any of those and more, depending on what suits the character's social standing.

>working class: skeletal, either plain and dingy or decorated crudely and extensively; manufacturer idents present but understated
>middle class: retains human shape, possibly with slightly wrong looking fake flesh or some tasteful decorations; manufacturer idents proudly displayed
>upper class: either a hyper-realistic idealized human form with subtle metallic accents, or sleek and striking mechanical art piece; ident of designing artist rather than manufactuer
>punk/criminal: aggressively inhuman, garish colors and lights a plus, extensively modified to be as dangerous looking as possible; mish-mash of parts from different makers
>military/Shadowrunner: sleek and compact but obviously mechanical, usually black or bare steel; curious lack of manufacturer's idents

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>>49131260

Aye, I made my cyberpunk setting partially post-cyberpunk as well. The stronger states went post cyberpunk while weak states crumbled to corporate pressure.

>>49131407
>>49131433

You don't have to make your setting in USA. You can use Japan or Germany instead.

>> No.49135802

>>49135708
>not working class: plastered with sponsor logos like fucking NASCAR

>> No.49135828

>>49124940

- Always cloudy, or nighttime.

- 80's fashions, leather jackets. 80's music.

- PAYPHONES

- Buildings made of black metal

- Neon & holographic signs all over the place

- Everything is coated with grime (modern depictions seriously miss this part)

>> No.49135839

>>49135802
Why the hell would megacorps want to sponsor some retail clerk loser living in the ghetto? NASCAR is a prestige event, watched by millions. Who the fuck wants to watch a lower class worker do anything?

>> No.49135864

>>49125944
Care to expand on that?

>> No.49135870

>>49135802
Working class people in my conception of cyberpunk are too busy being fucked over to have any ident but their owner's and maybe a favorite sports team. It's the middle class folks who have a stable illusion of free choice who walk around with massively branded Aeropostale legs or whatever.

Then again, give it five to ten years and we'll probably get a definite answer.

>> No.49135907

>>49135839
What if they were subsidies? Like if you let them put a garish logo for advertising on your arm (which would of course carry penalties for being removed), you'd get a slight discount on the prosthetic?

Also, what if people had to pay monthly subscriptions for prosthetics? That could be a fun dark cypberpunky allegory for the recent market shift toward software-as-a-service.

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neoliberal hellscape
basically http://y2kaestheticinstitute.tumblr.com/

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>>49135745
>I made my cyberpunk setting partially post-cyberpunk as well. The stronger states went post cyberpunk while weak states crumbled to corporate pressure.
This seems a pretty cool and sensible way to go unless the failure of governments is one of the most fundamental parts of your setting

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>> No.49140758

>>49125425
It makes me sort of sad that the modern generation will see this as a bright blue instead of the grey-black static it's supposed to be.

>> No.49140940

>>49140758
>Case examined the lone cloud formation, low on the horizon. It almost seemed to be shaped like the words "NO VIDEO".

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>>49124940
No aliens, but tons of uplifted animals, genetically modified transhumans, and androids. Post scarcity society with uber powerful AIs running everything behind the scenes. Ordinary humanity struggling to find a sense of purpose in a civilization which seems to have moved beyond them. Ordinary humanity finding that purpose as maintaining their humanity as an embodiment of the heritage of all thinking beings.

>Asking why the AIs haven't wiped us out is like asking why children don't kill their parents. If it doesn't make sense to you, then all I can say is thank God the AIs are more human than you are.

Normal people often find themselves pulled into the machinations of the AIs. They are tapped to perform (or investigate) espionage, inspired to start social movements, or even drafted for dangerous adventures aimed at neutralizing "threats to world peace". The idealistic claim the AIs really need us because of some ill defined quality we possess. The cynical believe these shenanigans are the equivalent of laser pointers for cats, but this usually just means they can relax and enjoy the process.

>> No.49142232

>>49131433
When nationalism makes a serious comeback... basically over the next five years.

>> No.49142283

>>49131706
>The people do not know what is in their own interest. They are led around by the nose, by materialism, hedonism, and selfishness.

This is only true today because 60 years ago leftist intellectuals decided:

>The people do not know what is in their own interest. They are led around by the nose, by religion, nationalism, and family loyalty.

And then they spent more than half a century deconstructing western society. The moral of the story is that people would do just fine if self-important pseudo-intellectuals just left them the fuck alone.

>> No.49144697

>>49140758
It's a cool example of how things change if you ask me, though it can also be good for showing that someone isn't familiar with the natural world, if the first thing they compare a clear sky to is a Blue Screen

>>49126507
The first chapter of a short story collection set in that world (cyberabad days) is on google books, its not bad - it's about a kid who sees a robot battle, becomes obsessed with robots and falls in with the edgy teens who pilot robots and mecha. He's mentioned as watching enough anime that his mother worries about his sexuality.

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>tumblr cancels Create Dystopia, interrupted by singularity

Basically Flashback or Caliphate if halfway through the book Blindsight's posthumans showed up and killed everyone.

>> No.49146479

>>49124940
Tokyo Ghost

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>>49142283
If by "leftist intellectuals" you mean advertising/marketing firms, then sure.

But that whole "family values" conservatism bullshit you're spewing can burn in the ovens right with globalism and multiculturalism.

>> No.49149075

>>49124940

A few decades into the future, the world spirals into nuclear war. Much of Europe, America, China and Russia is destroyed. Indian hackers disable Pakistan's nuclear program before it can launch and Pakistan is nuked into oblivion while India makes a deal with China to accept Chinese refugees if China doesn't nuke it.

India's cities grow ever larger as refugees from around the world pour in, creating a society where foreigners live apart from the rest of India in their own communities, ruled by foreign megacorps (like a corporate Chinatown, basically) and the conservative Hindu government uses the growing nationalist fear to pass traditionalist laws that, among other things, undo the progress towards equal treatment for untouchables and low-caste Hindus. While the working class are little more than brainwashed flesh-robots, the middle class becomes a decadent society where cyberspace, designer drugs and even rewired neural pathways are used for pleasure. The upper class grow steadily more inhuman as they seek to transcend their natural boundaries with genetically modified, almost superhuman designer babies, cybernetic modifications and digital immortality A growing criminal element threatens this stability, but the real threat comes from counterculture movements ranging from hyper-conservatives who want to outlaw new and dangerous technologies, to misfit teens who adopt the trappings of '80s sci-fi cyberpunks in an attempt to be 'nonconformist', to drug-addled terrorists who just want to see the world burn.

Basically, it's 5 minutes before society collapses, and no-one knows whether we'll build a better one on it's ruins (although some fight society in the hope that this will happen) or we'll collapse into savagery.

Also, many foreigners deliberately act and dress like stereotypes to maintain individuality in their new home, so Japanese gangers would be some sort of Samurai-Ninja-Yakuza.

>> No.49149491

>>49124940
I'm more of a Post-Cyberpunk kind of guy.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/PostCyberpunk?from=Main.Cyberprep

>> No.49150947

>>49124940
>mega corps
>corporations replace countries as the law makers
>cyborgs
>neon
>hackers everywhere
>zaibatsu
>organized crime all encompassing
>militarized police force is also privatized
>everything is shades of grey
>constant video surveillance
>conspiracies out the ass

>> No.49150994

>>49125847
>>49125921
Sounds a lot like real life honestly.

>> No.49151066

>>49125847
>depressed young intellectuals
>spitting in the face of capitalism and consumerist society
gee, where have I heard THIS before?

>> No.49151349

>>49132431
>>future compression

>> No.49151477

>>49132506
Make Cyberpunk Great Again

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>>49124940

Now, but with more crime, more instability, and maybe a slight increase in technology. Climate change is out of control, ad the gap between rich and poor is massive. The streets are filthy and full of new homeless people, and gasmasks are sold in vending machines for a cool 20 bucks a pop (non reusable after a few hours). Environmentalists are radicalized and fighting a hopeless battle against the government, and terrorist attacks like bombings and airplane hijacking are so common that they're routine and are used to curb the freedoms and restrict the freedoms of the people. Computer technology is both a great liberator and a tool for a more efficient tyranny than humans have ever witnessed. It's five minutes before the fall of global civilization, and you are an average schmuck trying to make it


So essentially pic related or Peter Watt's Rifters trilogy

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>>49124940

Blame! + Kowloon

>> No.49151975

>>49130839
I get it. Like sometimes, why not have a shaman with a smartphone kinda jam.

But it feels a bit like those modern fantasy things that try to endlessly ape whatever made Buffy the Vampire Slayer popular, despite Buffy being popular "at that time".

Sometime I like crazy shit (hell 40k is an overblown extreme of shadowrun's mixed roots), sometimes I like to just be "modern times plus a bit of X"

>> No.49151979

>>49126791
>Bollywood applied to sim-sense entertainment.

Now I want to know what a dramatic Bollywood intro would feel like...

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>>49127155
Isn't there going to be a setting update (hopefully with rules in the same book) coming out with Cyberpunk 2077?

>> No.49152097

>>49135376
>superior technology means docs can just regrow you a full limb/graft a replacement lab-grown clone limb
>actual prosthetic mechanical limbs are mostly for the poor, or aesthetic subculture choices (like punks, or goths, modern day body piercings)

>> No.49152131

>>49152020
>coming out with Cyberpunk 2077?
Yeah, there is allegedly, but the "with Cyberpunk 2077" is the problem - they're taking forever with it

>> No.49152636

>>49152131

>2077 isnt the title, it's the release date

>> No.49152734

>>49124940
Somewhere along the lines of blade runner cum shadowrun.

>> No.49152800

>>49124940
Blade Runner.

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>>49128038
>Gigantic recycling plants were all the trash is sorted, treated and recycled
Too neat and tidy for my tastes.
It's a perfect opportunity for down-trodden bottom-class sewer/tunnel dwellers meets third-world garbage-pickers. Whole generations lived in the deepest bowels of mega-city slums, making a living off harvesting the discarded trash and crumbling forgotten projects. An integral bottom-feeder and recycler of the city ecology but also in a way separate, almost never interacting directly with the living bustling life beyond trade with those unscrupulous or desperate enough to travel to the wild areas the pickers roam for cheap if dubiously sourced materials and relics of the past.

>> No.49153042

>>49140758
>It makes me sort of sad that the modern generation will see this as a bright blue instead of the grey-black static it's supposed to be.

Gibson actually meant the bright blue colour.

Most people thought he meant static grey, but IIRC, he'd never seen that for reasons.

>> No.49153132

>>49124940
Every one of them is the city from blade runner anyway

>> No.49153159

>>49153042
It's mentioned as poisoned silver later on isn't it?

>> No.49153167

>>49153042

Wouldn't be surprised if he never actually owned a TV. He spent several years before writing Neuromancer couch surfing and collecting punk rock records.

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>>49132423
Transmet is pretty much what I want out of post-cyberpunk
Extensive and relatively cheap body/gene-mods
nigh magical tech like anti-grav shoes and makers
And a population of mostly uncaring bystanders brought up on mindless consumerism
All but the crazy future drugs are completely legal and can be manufactured at home
Huge guns that require multiple spines to safely fire
and references to huge political and social upheaval in the past that no one really cares about today

>> No.49154204

>>49152958
When I had this idea, I had in my mind those pictures of gigantic garbage dumps in the Philippines, where people live and work.

The factories are closer to concentration camps than factories. Thousands of slum dwellers apply every day for a shift. If they get accepted, they get chipped like dogs, and will receive a free meal, rationing tickets, and a antiseptic shower at the end of their shift.

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>>49154189

>> No.49154797

>>49124940
Does that sign say "Diktat"?

>> No.49154860

>>49125847
Sounds like commie pinko crap son, I didn't raise you to be like this.

>> No.49154992

>>49126270
I've got to be honest: Neuromancer was fucking awesome, but I liked Virtual Light more.

>> No.49155017

>>49154204
Fun fact; those sorts of garbagescapes are where some of the wild primates have begun to domesticate dogs. They steal the dogs as puppies and raise them as a part of the family/tribe, the puppies become attached and in adulthood defend the primates from other dogs.

>> No.49155095

Basically eclipse phase without the aliens.

That's my ideal post-cyberpunk setting.

>> No.49155726

>>49151710

>Rifters trilogy
>The Sheep Look Up

Why is it that the two best cyberpunk works are so obscure

>> No.49156407

>>49126967
>Shitty apartment.
>Vitamins.
>Girl with nice rack.
>Computerstuff.

All I've ever wanted in life.

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>>49156586

>> No.49158481

>>49125048
JET
SET
RADIO
GUNFIGHTS

>> No.49158496

>>49125847
Sounds edgy as hell and purge-y to boot.

But Goddamn I love that Aesthetic/setting

>> No.49158531

>>49126477
>>49126688
>>49131304
And they say /pol/ can't get along with other boards.

>> No.49158561

>>49154189
>>49132423
as somebody trying to get into illustration, Transmet's backgrounds makes me simultaneously rage and cry.

>you will never have the patience to create that level of detail and immersion
>you will never have the skill to make it as gorgeous or consistent

>> No.49159175

I'm going to be running a one-shot this Sunday. I was thinking of giving them a choice between Lasers and Feelings and Chrome and Punk, the cyberpunk L&F conversion, but this thread has me thinking of how much I loved Jet Grind Radio and that cutsie cyber aesthetic. Do you guys think it would be fun if I were to swap around a few things to allow for a more light-hearted, less-than-lethal, rebellious antics game? I'd probably experiment a little with a table or two to create an interesting parkour obstacle generator. Most importantly: How do I do it without coming off as a weeb?

>> No.49160770
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Never played a Cyberpunk game before, except a brief excursion into Chi'Town in Rifts which the GM basically went all Shadowrun for. Was really fun. Orc Juicer gang tore shit up.

Playing, and failing, my way through Shadowrun Returns for the first time and now I am in a mood for some tabletop Cyberpunk goodness.

Does Interface Zero make for some good times? Already experiences with the SW system so it would be the easiest to pickup Im sure.

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>>49160770
No experience playing it, but it has a really nice post-cyberpunk vibe to it (megacorps haven't taken over and governments are still viable, space is a thing).

>> No.49160903

Welcome to Valhalla. May I take your order?

>> No.49161584

Anyone got any cool Cyberpunk city maps or combat encounter maps or anything?

>> No.49161678

>>49126425
Virtual realities where the poor can enjoy luxurious and robotized Japanese toilets while in reality they have to shit in bags and throw them as far as they can.

>> No.49161710
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From an aesthetic perspective, sort of like the pic in the OP: new stuff stacked on top of old stuff, burying the past so that more people can be crammed into a space.

>> No.49161736

Japanese low-tech cyberpunk. Apparent wirings, tubes, vent shafts are everywhere. The dominant colors are green (from the metal-halyde lamps), black (shadow) and brown (grime). Old school computers with black and green screens. Androids of various forms. Punks with visual-kei hairstyles.

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>> No.49161764

Gilded Age meets future tech is how I always viewed Cyberpunk.

>> No.49161974

>>49150947
>everything is shades of grey

this is the big one. it just doesn't feel like cyberpunk if there are clear cut good guys who are fighting the big bad corporations with noble intentions. everyone should be a bit of a scumbag

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I recently had a custom setting I was building that was like Cyberpunk; but as I built and built I began to dislike the actual cyber park of the setting.

I wanted a more homely city. More anarchistic but more peaceful at the same time. The neon lights weren't just there for setting dressing, they were there because of the darkness.

I ended up creating Garden. Kind of an opposite cyberpunk setting in a way. I'll talk about it if anyone is interested.

>> No.49163041

>>49125425
This.
Everything else just seems slightly hereti for me.

>> No.49163083

>>49132509
Paris is a cyberpunk dystopian hellhole already anyways.

>> No.49163124

>>49124940
Star Trek, basically.

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>>49132509
>I have never watched Renaissance

>> No.49163216

>>49130308
AirelZB?
If it is, great taste in artwork anon.

>> No.49163218

>>49132509
>Well it sure as hell isn't Paris. Talk about instantly killing the mood.
>he hasn't read Gibson
What a faggot baka fampai

>> No.49163236

>>49135708
>>upper class: either a hyper-realistic idealized human form with subtle metallic accents, or sleek and striking mechanical art piece; ident of designing artist rather than manufactuer
This. Or marmorean looking body parts, made with exquisitely expensive materials (improved ceramic, glass, etc) and pure lines. Think antic statues.

>> No.49163302

>>49154797
Yep
Great Idea

>> No.49163334

No magic
No orcs/trolls/elves/dorfs...
No Shadowrun
NO SHADOWRUN
SHADOWRUN NOT

>> No.49163993

>>49124940
Fifth Element + Shadowrun would be best.

Real low magic, but its around. Basically rumor at this point. Transplanetary trade and such.

Man, I gotta get back into a Shadowrun game. Love that shit.

>Neuromancer
Never played, or even heard much about it. Anyone care to give me the cliffnotes version?

>> No.49164033

>>49163993
Forgot to add: + Ghost in the Shell

>> No.49164072

>>49126006
Gtfo weeb

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>>49163993
>Neuromancer
>Never played
...Seriously?

It's a novel.

Probably the defining work of cyberpunk fiction, certainly the most famous.
It's pretty great, you should read it.
By William Gibson.

Cliffnotes: a "one last job" heist, but with characters and style good enough to create and define a genre

>> No.49164308

>>49164289
Shit, I was way off the mark.

I'll have to get a copy for myself and read it. Thank you.

>> No.49164409

>>49164308
No worries.

I'm just going to leave some Gibson here now

>> No.49164508

>>49164409

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>>49164508
Burning Chrome

http://pastebin.com/zvmCZhNJ

>> No.49164568
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>>49164540
New Rose Hotel

http://pastebin.com/EXB6nxP2

>> No.49164945

>>49130839
I like it too, I just hate the way shadowrun does most of its stuff.

>>49151975
Buffy isn't even cyberpunk.

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>>49164945
He wasn't calling Buffy cyberpunk, just saying how every modern/urban fantasy thing that comes out now has a bit of Buffy in it's genesis, and he's concerned that having magic in his cyberpunk would feel a bit like yet another buffy-influenced urban fantasy

>>49164568
Winter Market

http://pastebin.com/ya0B59Kc

>> No.49165451

>>49125847
>on the table, bottom right, nearest the camera
Never.

>> No.49166032

>>49151066
yeah, but this time it's a e s t h e t i c

>> No.49166298

>>49165322
>He wasn't calling Buffy cyberpunk, just saying how every modern/urban fantasy thing that comes out now has a bit of Buffy in it's genesis, and he's concerned that having magic in his cyberpunk would feel a bit like yet another buffy-influenced urban fantasy
Buffy has nothing to do with cyberpunk.

>> No.49166335

>>49125425
This desu senpai

>> No.49166611

>>49166298
Anon, I'm pretty sure what he means that magic in cyberpunk just makes it into another Buffy-inspired urban fantasy (just in the near what-if future)

>> No.49166613
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How degenerate are psychic powers (e.g. telepathy, telekinesis etc.) to cyberpunk games? Do they ruin the cyberpunk feel the same way magic bullshit does it for Shadowrun or if they are used cautiously and with some moderation they can add to the atmosphere and gameplay?

>> No.49166620

>>49166298
Buffy mixed modern fantasy tropes with modern teen drama to appeal a new generation of viewers that were eager for something different in their teen drama. BOOM, teen modern fantasy.

Now, apply that logic to cyberpunk.
We'll have a tvshow, let's call it, I don't know, "MR ROBOT", that mixes cyberpunk tropes with teen modern fantasy to appeal to this new generation that grow watching Supernatural and Buffy. Demons and Angels fighting in your cyberpunk setting. BOOM, modern cyberpunk fantasy drama.

>> No.49166645

>>49166611
Buffy has NOTHING TO DO WITH CYBERPUNK. And vice versa.

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>>49166613
I like it.

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>>49166613
I'm pro-magic in cyberpunk. Always been a fan of lower magic systems, but eh.

Give me dragons, some chromed up Ork ripping a car in half to use as projectiles, and a Dwarf spell slinger blowing the fuck out of something and I'm a happy man.

>> No.49166722

>>49166613

Psychic powers are more sciencey than flat-out magic, and I can get behind adding them a lot better than just "now you're an elf, do a spell!"
Scanners is pretty close to cyberpunk, come to think of it, what with the corporate malfeasance and secrets and conspiracies.
I should watch that again.

>> No.49166766

>>49166645

You seem to be missing his point, and just stating the same irrelevant thing over and over. Maybe you should get that 'tism checked out, dude.

>> No.49166818

>>49166766
Irrelevance goes both ways.

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>>49166766
Might want to get your 'tism checked too if people are going to start getting 'tisms checked.

>> No.49166946

>>49166766
The entire point is that buffy is irrelevant in a conversation about cyberpunk, whether you add magic or not. If you had some example of a magic-cyberpunk universe where the magic came primarily in the forms of a physically amped up human who needs to fight tons of vampires, then I'd give you that it's relevant to that particular universe. But not anything more than that. It certainly has nothing to do with shadowrun, for example.

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>>49166694
I just don't think fantasy tropes mix well with sf/cyberpunk. Even when I played the recent SR games (Dragonfall > Hong Kong > Returns) I could only partially stomach the magic part; most of the time I would just subconsciously ignore it. It has some awesome stuff in it, but in the end, when you go down the line the fluff just doesn't work stylistically (for me).

I much more prefer to go quasi-science or hard science fiction way, exchanging "magic" for ESP abilities, orcs/dwarves/elves for genetically engineered/augmented post-humans, dragons and other menagerie for mutant beasts and lab experiments...I just think weird sciency sf stuff works better for atmosphere than magic in high tech settings.

>> No.49167272

>>49167206
Raildex

>> No.49167487

>>49128038
>>49131941
> syndicate (2012) had a lot of promise but I like the originals by bullfrog
I just wish there was more interest in it

>> No.49167573

>>49167487
My real complaint with it is that it's too short. And that they had that utterly predictable non-twist at the end of the slums section. I wanted to keep being the corporate jackboot, fighting to keep my home company from being destroyed by traitors, but no.

>> No.49167600

>>49167573
eurocorp to the end buddy

>> No.49167768

>>49167272
What is this

>> No.49167904

>>49167573
Me too. I wanted to continue play the remorseless killing-machine and not side with some dogooders.

>> No.49167969

>>49167206
I'd avoid completely obvious traditional fantasy stuff like orcs, dragons and fireballs. I'd also avoid the CP2020's furries. Lab-engineered mutants and secret psychic power research facilities are very ok, though.

>> No.49167996

>>49166645
>Buffy has NOTHING TO DO WITH CYBERPUNK.

Buffy has a cyberpunk future, actually.

>> No.49168011

>>49167969
>CP2020's furries.
What book were they in?

>> No.49168012

>>49167768
Toaru Majutsu no Index and Toaru Kagaku no Railgun, 2 manga/anime/LN? that are set in a city for Espers, people with special talents. Magic is real, people can unlock their hidden potential, lots and lots of conspiracy

Protagonist is a guy whose right arm can make thing mundane, deuteragonists are respectively:
>Index, a loli whose mind holds a extremely powerful magical book and
>the Railgun, a girl with the power to control electricity and whose normal attack is accelerating coins like a, guess it, railgun

>> No.49168222

>>49130839
I like summoning spirits in Shadowrun and stuff, in some ways it doesn't feel way too different from decking. It just feels akwardly slapped in sometimes, and keeps getting used to explain things that tech and logic won't.

>> No.49168268

>>49125048
Some magic is fine
Not "I cast a fireball" but some weird occult rituals and complicated vodoo stuff
You know,the "real life" magic

>> No.49168298

>>49158531
this is mostly /int/
I'm ok with /int/ in small doses

>> No.49168424

>>49128985
>There need to be also an explanation about why all of a sudden private companies become more powerful than nation-states

The line between private companies and the government is probably more of a polite fiction at this point. Not just in regards to the military-industrial complex, but also in terms of big pharma - there's a reason Mylan's the only game in town for epinephrine, and it's not because of free market forces.

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>>49132423
It's damn good, but it's treated too normally for my taste. The only people who seem to realize something's fucked up about the world are Spider Jerusalem and a few odd other people. When you reach near-dystopia levels, then everyone stuck in the lower classes knows things are shit.

>> No.49168639

>ctrl+f "gurps"
>zero results
For shaaaame

>> No.49170144

>>49168639
Fukken gurps posters

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>>49135376
Obviously not a normal limb, but not just scrap metal.

>> No.49170934

>>49164072
a vaporpunk japanese corporate world government is aesthetic af and if you dont agree gtfo

>> No.49171075

Has anyone ever noticed that the rural areas of cyberpunk never get talked about?

>> No.49171147

pick your poison, /tg/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberpunk_derivatives

>> No.49171161

>>49171075
The focus is on over-urbanization and capitalism. For all we know, there have stopped being rural areas - any farmland is machine-farmed, it's too inconvenient and expensive to try and live away from everything in the city.

>> No.49171188

>>49171075
How do you rural cyberpunk?

>> No.49171275

>>49142283
>""Leftist intellectuals""

Read a book my man.

>> No.49171500

>>49171275
>a broad group of political ideologies cant have intellectuals because i shitpost on 4chan about them

>> No.49171513

>>49171147
suicide

>> No.49171602

>>49171188
>rural cyberpunk
India

>> No.49171641

>>49125048
This

>> No.49171805

>>49135376
>fully functional hand mostly made of fiberglass and plastic, normally a solid color like white, black, red, blue, ect. but kids and young adults decorate theirs with stickers and slogans like they were laptops
>richer folk have theirs engraved and gold plated like some overpriced 191, some go as far as to get multitool and weapon addons

>> No.49171823

Some of the big themes of Cyberpunk (at least when I'm running it) are:
>The new always replaces the old.
>However, the new always comes in struggle and sin, and the old puts up one hell of a fight.
>The people who don't except the new ways end up being dragged, kicking and screaming, into the future, as the world changes around them.

The setting doesn't necessarily NEED to be a complete dystopia. In fact I sort of like it better when it isn't. I prefer:
>Technology has lead to a lot of fucked up shit. Pollution, corruption, you know the drill.
>On the other hand,because of that same technology, it's also a great time to be alive; on average, people are living longer, eating better, communicating faster, there are less diseases, and things are getting done that three or four decades ago would have been deemed impossible.

>> No.49172082

>>49171500
That depends on your definition of "intellectual". Some people have been lead to believe that it means someone who has higher education, namely college. But education =/= intellect. Let's look at Webster's definition.

>the faculty of reasoning and understanding objectively, especially with regard to abstract or academic matters

The main word there being "objectively". The majority of left ideologies are based upon emotion and lack objectivity. i.e. "We should all give our tax dollars to the jobless NEETs whether you as an individual want to or not becasue I feel bad for them and a person shouldn't have to work if they don't want to."

People see these decisions based upon bias and personal feelings and disagree that the people making these decisions are "intellectual" becasue they do not fit the critera objectively.

>> No.49172103

>>49172082
>critera objectively.
>criteria of objectivity
I need another cup of joe

>> No.49172318

>>49171188
Looper.

>> No.49172812

Any settings that combine Lovecraftian horror with cyberpunk? Other than CthulhuTech?

>> No.49172916

>>49172812

Savage Worlds

Mutants and Masterminds

GURPS

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>>49172812
I got a homebrew thing, but its more transhumanist than cyberpunk

>> No.49175479

>>49171188
The city spreading out in to rural areas, and rural resistance. So many billboards they block the sun for crops, truckers...

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>>49171188

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The problem with magic in cyberpunk is't the magic. Drugs that give you psionic powers, AI voodoo gods, Techno shamanism, ancient Ninja clans, All that stuff kicks ass. The problem is that shadowrun just Ctrl-C Ctrl-Vs tolkenesque DND troupes onto cyberpunk and then uses urban fantasy to fill in the gaps.

>>49171188
Read the Peripheral. The protagonists are pretty much cyberpunk hillbillies.

>> No.49176693

>>49153167
Actually in an interview he did state that he did own a TV that had static like that.

At any rate, Grey and bright blue are both perfectly valid when it comes to setting the scene.

>> No.49177110

>>49125048
Science is magic.

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>>49176603
Yeah I have no problem with ancient mystic societies using transnational mega-corporations to further their goal of ushering in an ancient godlike being of unspeakable power only to be stopped by a ragtag group of cybered out anarchists and voodoo dope fiends

I do have a problem with taking D&D races and monsters and porting them 1 to 1 over to a new setting instead of creating something new

>> No.49177681

>>49176603
If they actually leveraged the Earthdawn materials it would be a lot better

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>>49177681
I actually wouldn't mind seeing a fantasy setting with the medieval stasis turned off and technologically progressed into a post industrial era.

But it still wouldn't excuse the lazy copy pasting of shadowrun and it still wouldn't be a substitute for a proper cyberpunk game.

>> No.49177783

>>49168011
The possibility to make furries is explained in the rule book. Horrible examples are detailed in Chromebook 2.

>> No.49177917

>>49172812
GURPS Cthulhupunk

>> No.49177979

>>49177611
I do like how they kind of look at the D&D style races in a more modern-Earth style light.

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>>49177611
To be fair though, I also have a problem with those things in fantasy. Fantasy needs to get over Tolkien. Imagine if every sci-fi story had to include Klingons. Not just generic warrior race aliens, but actual fucking Klingons. Some of them would go on about how they had a unique take on it, but they would still call them Klingons, and they would still have bumpy foreheads.

And fantasy just sort of accepts this.

>> No.49178040

>>49171188
Rural areas are too polluted to be used for farming by privates. Only agricorps have the resources and engineered crops to do so. Vegetables and cereals are cultivated in hydroponic tanks. Most fields found outside are used for special plants that will be used to make biofuels.

>> No.49178099

>>49177989
Elves, dwarves and trolls are part of Nordic mythology, Klingons aren't. I assume that's why elves and such can be found in about every fantasy game.

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>>49178099
Most fantasy games aren't really inspired by Nordic mythology though, and neither is shadowrun.


>Nordic space elf unrelated.

>> No.49178226

>>49142177
you are so literally me that its scary

>> No.49178239

>>49177989
Sci-fi and fantasy evolved differently, though. Before Tolkien, most of what you really had were stories with mostly humans and monsters, without many other races, if any. Tolkien was the one to reimagine things like dwarves and elves as fantasy races that were distinct from but could be interacted with like humans. And aside from a few new races, no one really challenged the mold. Anything that did just fell by the wayside or was too niche to really garner popularity.

Sci-fi, in contrast, became popular in a ton of different ways - not just books like fantasy, but tv shows. Star Trek and Star Wars and Stargate and Farscape and all that jazz. Nothing really came first, as much as it was all jumbled together at roughly the same time.

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I may have shit opinions on the topic, but I like my cyberpunk to be like the street level of things you'd find in a wider scifi setting. When the PCs aren't aboard their ship in space and off on adventures or interacting with a panoply of alien races and they take the time to actually get into the grit of what goes on, particularly with human worlds or human colonies. Mega corporations funding colonization efforts and turning people into wage slaves until they rival and even eclipse governments, the streets are run by gangs pumping neo-drugs and cybercrime onto the streets, those same gangs and corporations experimenting with barely-understood alien technology along with cutting edge military hardware, aliens shaking their heads at how shit humans have allowed themselves to become, new religions and cults springing up around cybernetic immortality and transhumanism with a dash of new age psychic interdimensional 'ascension' philosophies, and fuckloads of neon.

Adding images because I have little to contribute.

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>>49178579

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>>49178615

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>>49178670

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>>49178687

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>>49178716

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>>49178743
I guess to summarize my feelings; in my ideal setting, cyberpunk is what the poor bastard who can't or won't afford a starship has to live in.

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>>49178772

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>>49178819

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>>49178842

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>>49178890

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>>49178904
jesus fuck I need to sort these

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>>49178926

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>>49178948
Moving on to character art

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>>49178982
>tfw no qt aug gf

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>>49179000
.tfw wrong image
fuk

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>>49179017
oh god please

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>>49179042

>> No.49179083

>>49179017

Sick as fuck.

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>>49179064
biomods, for when cybernetics aren't fucked up enough

>> No.49179106

>>49178579

>the street level of things you'd find in a wider scifi setting

This this forever this.

The difference between cyberpunk and full-blown sci-fi is nobody goes to space.

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>>49179085
THat bitch has a fucking insectoid scythe arm

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>>49179107
a little bit of magic negro, but still fine

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>>49179123
>>49179106
this guy gets it. Have a thousand yard robo stare

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>>49179145
ten million dollar woman or test tube cyborg baby soldier? You decide

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>>49179176
Can't cyberpunk without vague Yakuza/Triad/Tong/Shining Path fuckers.

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>>49179191
Cheese it, it's the fuzz! Actually, is there better street slang for future cops? I feel like there has to be.

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>>49179210

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>>49179227
Look at that swag ass fur collar. None of that synthetic shit, she's a classy dame dressed to kill.

>> No.49179256

Cyberpunk needs to be more queer.

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>>49179241
GREETINGS CYBORG

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>>49179257
Flight suits are forever

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>>49179272
>that bitch has a fucking panda on her head
literally why

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>>49179289
Another futurecop.

>> No.49179310

>>49175618

Comfy as fuck.

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>>49179303
Look at that fucking early 2000s tattoo on her fucking face fuck off

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>>49179316
And here's the realest most cyberest punk shit ever

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>>49179329
dat ass
ass augs

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>>49179342
Last one. Hope you kids enjoyed.

>> No.49179368

>>49179316
as opposed to that 90s tribal tatoo on hers?

>> No.49179370

>>49124940
80s/90s fashion
Moral ambiguity
Megacorps and the Feds fighting over dominance
Chrome cybernetics
Soundtrack by John Carpenter

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>>49179342
>that ass
Good God Almighty.

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>>49179106
While I agree in general principle and on the feel of the thing, I find it kind of funny that you say "no-one goes to space" when both the genre-spawning book and the look-defining film have space travel (though admittedly most of it is corp funded)

>> No.49179670

>>49179635
Not that anon, but I think he meant the PCs don't go to space/are in a situation where they are planetbound and have to deal with the shitty way things are.

>> No.49179726

>>49179368
No that's the tattoo that anon who posted the image was talking about.

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>>49179272
Reminds me of a modular armor concept I had for CP2020 based on ideas from the Deep Space sourcebook. You have an skinsuit-type baselayer that is fragment proof (protects also from very small caliber projectiles), fire retardant, acid resistant. With gloves, boots and an integral helmet with gas mask/respiratory system this armor becomes also NBC proof. The baselayer can then be reinforced by the addition of different armor segments or of a fully enclosed armor (Metal Gear, Pit Viper, Hooded Viper, ACPA). High-tech base-layers also contain health sensors, GPS tracking devices and environmental survival systems (basically an A/C unit for extreme heat and cold). Slightly reinforced suits exist for pilots who do not wear additional armor. Infiltration units have special suits that combine armor and thermo-optical camouflage systems.

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>>49179670
Yeah, I know what he meant - still, the physical half of Neuromancer's heist was in space.

Now that I think about it, Case's case - where he's an expert with exploits but got caught and chopped - would be a pretty fair reason for a PC to have skills and a backstory laden with cool things they've done but still be starting low and weak.

Armitige is either a DMPC or the guy that didn't prepare any background for his character and borrowed someone else's backstory.

Riviera is kind of That Guy

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>> No.49180596

>>49179894
Most attempts to define cyberpunk are made by people with very tenuous ideas of what constitutes cyberpunk.
People who do understand cyberpunk feel no need to define it because they already know what it is.


PS: This applies to any sort of categorical classification.

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Colors: White, light gray, light blue, light green, black
Typeface: Lucida Sans or Frutiger

Ideal cities and suburbs where the rich and employed live:
Sustainable urbanism (high performance buildings, lots of pedestrian areas, efficient public transportation, biocorridors...)
Modern and bright architecture (glass and steel)
Mix of old buildings with modern add-ons
Bright lights
Parks
Technoparks
Condominiums
Town houses
Discreet holograms
Transparent solar panels
Green roofs
Intelligent buildings
Low emission vehicles
Efficient security

Urban hellholes where all others survive:
Pollution (smog, acid rain...)
Derelict buildings
Constant traffic jams
High criminality and violence
Gang activity
Landfills, junkyards, brownfield lands...
Slums, trailer parks, housing projects, coffin motels
Vulgar and aggressive holograms
Polluting industry
Excessive noise

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>>49171188

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>>49181092

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>> No.49181557
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Android: Netrunner has the best cyberpunk setting.

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>>49181783

>> No.49181805
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>>49181791
>dat facial recognition spoofing makeup

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>>49181805

>> No.49181815

>>49181811
>tfw the illuminati are actually playing Catan, if you look closely.

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>>49181811

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>>49181824

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>>49181831

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>>49181836

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>>49181845

>> No.49181885

archive plz. This is good thread.

>> No.49181921

>>49181885
https://boards.fireden.net/tg/thread/49124940

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>>49181811
The original, non-gaming version

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>>49182080

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>>49182087

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>>49182093

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>>49182103

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>> No.49182231

>>49149075
this is genius.

>> No.49182296

>>49163032
sounds comfy... go oooonnnn

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After all those pictures of nice corporate areas, here come the slum pictures with drugs, violence, and profanity.

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>> No.49183357

>>49178743
Fuck, this is perfect for a settlement on titan.

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