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DaWay's Shadowrun (Inactive)

Game Master DaWay


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Rocky would be in a gentlemen's club probably to meet someone. Maybe his fixer, maybe his street doc contact. Someone who didn't want anyone to notice the meeting...


Male Human Detective

Evans is probably chasing down a lead, and hell, blowing off some steam would probably do me some good.


Male Ork Shaman

Neko would be at a gentlemans club schmoozing with a sponsor for an upcoming race.


Male Dwarf

Gh0st is cruising the joint, looking for some low-hanging fruit (not that kind of fruit) to take home for the night.

Also, I've tweaked my build, mostly to account for the fact that I forgot about the nuyen cost of foci :-o


Male Half-Giant Monk (Master of Many Styles) 1

Feliks would be in a gentleman's club enjoying the scantily clad ladies, always with an eye out for danger or opportunity.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Sorry I've been really sick. I will get something up later on today.


The gentleman's club could even be the one that Cowboy's sister is working at...

He'd have good reason to be there visiting in that case :)


Male Ork Shaman

If you hadn't heard, there's a new Shadowrun game being developed. It's fan-funded through kickstarter.com and it looks like they have the perfect team to make it happen. Give it a look and pitch in a few dollars if it seems like your sort of thing... only 4 days left in the fund drive.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Gameplay is up


Legendary Merchant of Pins

Pardon my intrusion, but DaWay indicated there was a possibility I may join the fun, but I haven't heard back from him to my last two PMs.

@DaWay: Still need me, or am I on the bench for now?

Shadow Lodge

Male

You're good. I hadn't received your PMs. But go ahead and get your self ready. This group was lacking a technomancer.


Male Human Technomancer

Holy crap that took forever! I did it between work requests. Probably been typing in this on and off for close to six hours, lol. One question I had to skip, otherwise should all be good. Whew! Let me know if there is anything you need me to adjust.

Quote:

We are shaped by our heritage. Facial features, skin tone, height,

build, metatype, even aptitudes are influenced by the genes
passed from parent to child. Attitude, too, is taught by parents,
informed by their own lives and their cultural heritage. Where
does your character come from, what is her lineage, who were
her parents, and what did she inherit from them?

Inheritance:
Most of the memories Peter has of his parents has been damaged or purged. What could qualify are the memories of the doctors, researchers, and the other patients. Behaviors Peter absorbed was a natural inclination to be curious and methodical when testing, repairing, or creating something. When confronted with challenges, Peter may swing wildly from confident and encouraging when helping others face their issues to hopelessness and indecisive when situations similar to those he endured while sequestered arise. On rare occasions, a very malevolent and cruel side of Peter can surface, one which would be able to perform atrocities and horrible acts with which he is disturbingly familiar and do so with utter remorselessness.

Quote:

Parents can be proud of their children or regret ever bringing

them into the world. Some are loving, and some are indifferent.
All of them are only metahuman and have their own opinions
of their children. Assuming they could speak, what would each
of your character’s parents say about her?

Parents:
I assume they would be thrilled and confused to know their son is alive as the megacorp responsible for treating their son of that strange “Matrix” sickness informed them the “disease” had killed him. They even think his corpse was buried in the plot that was generously donated on their son’s behalf.

Quote:

Many people remember certain historical events for the rest of

their lives. For those alive in the first decade of the 21st century,
it could be the assassination of John F. Kennedy, or the
Tiananmen Square protests, or the fall of the Berlin Wall, or
the attacks of 11 September 2001. People remember where they
were, and what they were doing when they first heard of these
events. Shadowrun history has significant events as well, such as
the assassination of President Dunkelzahn, the Crash 2.0, and
the emergence of technomancers and artificial intelligences.
Pick a few events from recent Shadowrun history and ask where
the character was at the time, what does he remember about the
event, and what was he doing at the time?

Memories:
Peter remembers very little of these due to his amnesia, but he has a pretty good recall of the past few years as he is intentionally using memorization techniques to absorb as much as he can. He has a lot of holes in his memory, and intends to fill them with memories of a much more recent variety.

Quote:

Very few people choose to become shadowrunners. More

likely, they are thrown into the life by a chaotic and uncaring
world. Even if she made a conscious decision to enter the
shadows, her decision is influenced by the world around her.
How did your character get into shadowrunning, and why did
she take that path?

Shadowrunning:
Shadowrunning offered Peter and Tinker DLL the chance to improve their resources. Being a technomancer, playing with the Matrix is almost a compulsion for Peter, and Tinker DLL certainly enjoys her little pranks as any good “pixie” program does. As Peter tries to stay off the grid as much as he can, legitimate work is hard to come by. Yes, he gets by making little drones and robotic toys. But it is barely enough to cover basic expenses, and if he is ever to acquire enough to give him the security he probably needs to stay hidden (and hopefully begin his own investigation into his past) he will have to take some risks. And that’s what shadowrunning is all about isn’t it?

Quote:

People have control over their own living arrangements. From

the child young enough to use crayons and tape all the way up
to the elderly shut-in who plasters her walls with family photos
and cat pictures, everyone makes their living spaces more personally
pleasing. What is your character’s living space like, and
what has he added or changed to make it his own?

Living Space:
With a decent size space in the half-sunk flat in a not-so-nice neighborhood, the most unusual thing about the space is the plethora of small flying drones or ambulatory robots roaming around. Usually cartoonish in appearance with exaggerated eyes and smiles, these little critters are somewhat ubiquitous and humorous. Exaggerating the effect of numbers is the fact most if not all electronic device one would expect to find in a home has been modified with legs, wings, hover jets, whatever. The rare few people who have seen inside Peter’s home seem slightly off put when the holoview decides to meander into the cramped restroom or the hydrator tries to crawl onto the sofa.

Quote:

Everyone has beliefs, and many have beliefs strong enough to

be convictions. Some are religious, some are political, some are
social, and some are just about why people are here. What does
your character believe in, what are her convictions (if any), and
why does she hold them?

Beliefs:
The one prevailing belief Peter maintains is that the megacorps cannot be trusted and will try very hard to put as many filters and/or buffers between himself and them when shadowrunning in order to try and protect himself from being discovered. Not knowing which of them is responsible for his past lends itself to a healthy paranoia of corporate backstabbing.

Tinker DLL on the other hand definitely keeps her interests very close. Only the belief that Peter must remain alive seems to be a constant.

Quote:

Everyone has aspects of their personality that grate on someone.

Even the best of friends annoy one another from time to time.
The flaws in a person’s character are as important as the qualities.
What do you dislike most about your character’s personality?

Personality:
Sometimes Peter is inappropriately cheery, and he seems to be very desensitized to some things which would disturb or cause others to become ill. Sometimes the cheeriness will slip and the comments made in regards to these types of moments might be heard as sardonic or jaded, and something can be seen in his eyes which is both terrifying and sad. It’s these moments when that cruel and sadistic side of Peter is at its closest to the surface of his emotions.

Additionally, Peter sometimes has an annoying habit of “borrowing” other people’s memories. After hearing or seeing a story, anecdote, eBook, holosim, whatever Peter may later regurgitate this information as if it is or was something he lived and experienced. Whether it’s an intentional fib to hide his secrets or an unconscious absorption to fill the void of his own past is unknown. But one thing is for sure, it’s damn irritating when you’re about to tell that hottie that awesome story which will be sure to impress only to hear that you shouldn’t be stealing that cute blue-haired boy’s stories since he just got done telling that one!

Quote:

The Sixth World is considered by many to be spinning out of

control. If anyone could exert control over it, it would be the
“Big Ten” triple-A megacorps. These transnationals exert a lot of
influence on everyday life in the 2070s. Which of the Big Ten
does your character hold in the highest (or least low) regard,
which does he like the least, and why?

(I will need to re-read those when I get home and give you a better response, but suffice to say, the margin of regard won’t be by much either way.)

Quote:

People make acquaintances and friends; we’re hardwired for it.

Humans are social animals. This is especially true in the shadows,
where often it is not the power you have, but the power you
can borrow, and not who you, are but who you know. There’s a
story behind each and every one of these relationships. What is
the story with your character and her contacts?

Tinker DLL:
Tinker DLL was just there concerned and damaged somehow when Peter first woke up inside the laboratory. They have surfed the Matrix together ever since. And as her curiosity of the real world became increasingly apparent, Peter made her a robotic drone and created a node for rigging which she could use. Ever since she seems determined to protect Peter as well as she can. Part of her is damaged as if so encrypted even she cannot access it. A part of this also seems to link her to Peter as if her encrypted parts are also encrypting certain portions of Peter’s mind. He is unaware of this so far, and anyone who attempts to hack this part of either of them will swiftly discover that the further in they go, the more powerful Tinker DLL seems to become.

Most of those who may have foolishly stumbled on the pair’s PAN in search of spamming or identity theft and decided to give cracking that blurry node inside their PAN a go have awoken with sections of their mind damaged horribly, become comatose, or even died. Those who may have tried only half-heartedly or out of idle curiosity may have gotten off with what could be called a slap on the wrist, cursed with night terrors from which they awake screaming “She knows, she knows! I had to do it! She told me to!” Many for whom concerned loved ones have sought treatment have been found to exhibit unusual brain activity similar to the way devices communicate to and from the Matrix. All tests to show latent technomancy have proven inconclusive, and the activity seems to be unconscious on the part of those affected. No one is quite sure what to make of it, but when a particular doctor heard about one case from one of their medi-clinics, the megacorp he worked for began to quietly investigate this unusual situation. A new lead had been found. And these new “loose ends” couldn’t be allowed to remain…

While it is clear to him Tinker DLL has her own designs and intentions, Peter knows that she is utterly reliable. Any compiling task he asks for assistance with she is usually willing to comply with and has brought him information regarding shadowruns, their employers, and fellow runners. All in an effort to make sure none of these could compromise them. Unfortunately she is damaged, and as such she may not catch everything…

Widow:
How else would a technomancer first acquire a conbtact except in the Matrix? Their relationship is extremely guarded on both sides, but so far Peter's business relationship with the drider persona has been mutually beneficial.

Quote:

It’s Sunday morning, and your character has no commitments

until tomorrow afternoon. What does she do for the day?

Lazy Sunday:
Peter might watch some holosims or play games. Inevitably he tinks around with his little robots, he just can’t seem to help it. He might step out to enjoy the weather or visit a club or two, but those are treats and usually at the insistence of Tinker DLL when she’s being extra curious about “real world”

Quote:

Your character has a specific skill set, a list of Active and

Knowledge skills that define what she knows and her areas of
expertise. How did she come to learn those skills, and how did
she develop them to those levels?

Skills:
No real answer here. Peter doesn’t know why he seems to know as much as someone with a Phd in engineering and he has an affinity with machines. The only thing he can assume from the little he remembers and what Tinker DLL is able to tell him is that somehow this knowledge was acquired during his internment however many years that was.

Peter also attributes his multilingual capabilities to having been surrounded by other test subjects who must have spoken those languages. Having been rather young, Peter imagines he must have been able to pick up a smattering of all of them as time passed .

Quote:

Everyone has their limits. People can be dark, but most people’s

instinct is to draw the line at certain actions and thoughts, and
they keep to their own moral convictions. Is there a moral limit
that your character enforces on the jobs she takes, and in what
shadow work would she refuse to engage?

The Line:
Peter absolutely cannot abide experimenting on metahumans against their will. Any job that involves assisting in this deplorable practice will probably illicit the opposite response in Peter, and he may choose to actively undermine any run being made by his own team or the team that is chosen in place of his if Peter’s comrades wisely choose to pass on such an offer.

Quote:

If you have an Awakened or technomancer character, consider

your character’s tradition and streams. Even within the major
established magical traditions and the recently emerged technomantic
streams, there is room for personalization. Ask yourself
what drew her to that particular paradigm, how does it affect
the way she views the world and her magic, how does it translate
into choice of mentor spirit or paragon, and how does it affect
the appearance of the spirits or sprites you conjure or compile?

Technomantic quirks:
Simply put, Peter is broken. Trauma has left him with certain eccentricities when it comes to the area for which has the most control. He prefers things to be cartoonish or cutesy and his reality filters work to make these types of skins all that surrounds him in the matrix. Similarly, the sprites he compiles will resemble cartoonish versions of fairies, gnomes, wide-eyed animals, and occasionally anime-style buxom young women (a persona style in which Tinker DLL often seems to be seen in, especially when Peter is in the Matrix)

I admit I haven’t read the section on Paragons, so if you think I should include that, I can do so, and adjust my build to include that Positive Quality.

Quote:

While acceptance and bias vary from place to place, augmentations—

be they bio-, cyber-, gene-, or nanoware—are increasingly
common and available in the Sixth World. However, personal
technological enhancement is rarely cheap, and many implants
that runners possess are restricted. How did your character
come to have the enhancements she has, how were they paid
for, and what motivated the choices she made (if she did make
the choices)?

Implants:
Peter is not aware of any. And for the sake of his Resonance, I hope he has none ever!

Quote:

Life as a shadowrunner is by definition outside the bounds of

“normal” life. Shadowrunners do not truly fit into the lives of
ordinary people, whether they live in slums or mansions. What
does your character think of ordinary life, mainstream culture,
and those who abide by it?

Normalcy:
Peter wishes he could live it. Well, to be specific, he likes to convince himself he wishes he could live it. Realistically, Peter wouldn’t even know how to do so. Considering the last normal day he spent with anyone was sometime when he was a preadolescent, Peter has no concept of normal life except what he sees through the glass of what the media tells him normal should be. He probably would never admit it to himself, but Peter frequently self-sabotages anything that would actually take him on the path to a “normal” life.

Quote:

Everyone has nightmares. Sometimes, we forget the dream

completely on waking. Sometimes, the nightmare haunts us or
even recurs. If your character had a lingering nightmare or a
deep-rooted fear, what would it be, and why does he find it so
terrifying?

Nightmare:
Absolutely rooted in the experiments perpetrated on him during his years in the lab. All the things done to him in order to try and exploit his technomancy were cruel, sadistic and terrible. He will probably be haunted by dream memories forever.

Quote:

People tend to attach sentimental value to items in their possession

or people they are close to. They make an effort to
keep these close by and safe. What is your character’s “sacred
object” or “close one,” and how did they come to be so important
to him?

Importance:
In a word combination, Tinker DLL. Peter feels drawn to the AI almost as if he couldn’t function without her. And that is exactly what she wants.

Quote:

One of metahumanity’s greatest assets is its ability to look toward

the future and imagine a better life. Even small children
have dreams about what they want to be when they grow up.
What did your character want to become when he was a child,
and what are his goals now?

Goals:
Unbeknownst to Peter, his dream career was to become a sim star. With his shattered memories, Peter no longer recalls this clearly. Now his goals are merely to survive and stay hidden. He feels a strong urging to find out what happened to him and if there were any others, but Tinker DLL discourages this tremendously as she fears they would be located and captured if Peter begins to poke around.

Quote:

A person’s appearance can say volumes about him. From fashion

sense, to the colors he prefers, to the way he walks and speaks.
Sometimes, his personality determines his appearance, and,
sometimes, the appearance he chooses to present the world effects
his personality. What does your character look like, and
what inspired his choices?

Appearance:
Peter appears as a hip young man who typically has goggles on his head that never seem to be over his eyes. He comes across as fairly cheerfully and likable. His general appearance seems to match an animated simtoon that was popular about seventeen years ago leaving many of the metahumans he meets amused at Peter’s apparent eccentricity. Peter isn’t quite aware that this simtoon was his favorite as a boy, and as a result of his trauma identifies himself with this character since the simtoon always prevailed with a laugh and a smile no matter what hardships faced him. The fact that the character’s name was Petey Pansy is not something Peter remembers, and when asked about the similarity, he is genuinely confused.

Quote:

Everyone has a name, but a runner’s street name is a representation

of his connection to the shadows. Sometimes runners
choose their own moniker, but more often it is given to them as
a nickname or earned through some (mis)adventure. How did
your character come to be known by his street name?

PANdora:
When Peter first emerged back into society, his technomancy was out of control and unexplainable powerful. He remembered the name Pete which he repeated when he encountered people. Inevitably, his persona would “break” their PANs, rending their nodes to digital ribbons. No one realized it was him, but it came to be understood it only happened when he was around. Thinking he was carrying a virus in his own PAN or was one of “those” people who had that effect on machines, he acquired the moniker “Peter PANdora”. Eventually, the way word gets around, people began to assume that someone “who broke PANs” was some kind of elite hacker and while their reasoning was off the truth was coincidentally true which led to a rather timid first contact from a Matrix persona named Widow.

Male Ork Shaman

Nice! Very Gibson-esque sort of 'damaged goods' character. Had you seen the 'Linguist' quality from Runner's Companion? It seems like it would be a good fit for PANdora and would save you a few build points while giving you better pools for your language tests...


Male Human Technomancer

Thanks! I actually did overlook 'Linguist' but my build is so tight I guess I am missing how I could squeeze it in. If you have some advice there, I am all ears.

Will get my introductory post in and answer the megacorp question above tomorrow for sure. Hopefully, I will have all my gear added in. I have it written down from back when I first made the character, but since that was over a year ago, I need to go back and re-read the stats and stuff to make sure I understand what I was doing, lol. Some of my notes look Greek to me, heh.

@DaWay: I have more backstory for Peter and Tink that should probably be for your eyes only, but you say you're not getting my PMs? Is there another way I could get it to you? Maybe PM me an email address?

Shadow Lodge

Male

I got the latest try sending it again if not I'll give you my email.


Male Ork Shaman
Quote:

Japanese 3/6

Arabic 2/6
Spanish 2/6
Russian 2/6
French 2/6
Quote:

A character with this quality has a natural gift for learning

and understanding languages, grasping vocabulary and grammar
much more quickly than others would. This quality halves the
basic learning time for a language and modifies the rating of any
Language skill the character possesses by +2.

You could take one less rank in each language to offset the cost of the 5pt quality. The end result would be that you would have each of them at 3 and Japanese at 4, or you could keep Japanese at 3 and have an extra point to spend on gear.

EDIT: I just noticed that all your language points are from the free (INT+LOG)*3 skill points, so you couldn't spend them on the linguist trait without GM approval. Another option would be to drop your pistols and perception skill down to one rank each with a specialization. That way you'd be slightly better than you are now at one category of pistols and one category of perception checks, and could scrounge up the points for the linguist trait.


Male Human Technomancer

@Neko: Thanks for the suggestion. I might do that if it's not too late to make those kinds of adjustments.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Just to be clear I am not cool with you spending the knowledge skills on another quality.


Male Human Technomancer
Quote:

The Sixth World is considered by many to be spinning out of

control. If anyone could exert control over it, it would be the
“Big Ten” triple-A megacorps. These transnationals exert a lot of
influence on everyday life in the 2070s. Which of the Big Ten
does your character hold in the highest (or least low) regard,
which does he like the least, and why?

Megacorp-uption:
Peter considers Saeder-Krupp to be the least offensive of all the megacorps. Since it is owned and run by a dracoform, Peter considers the megacorp the least likely perpetrator of the laboratory where he spent most of his life. While he doesn't necessarily rule out the possibility, deep down Peter wants to believe a dragon would never have done this. Dragons were his favorite things when he was a boy. Well, he thinks they were. Maybe they're just his favorite thing now.

Peter also finds himself considering the notion Aztechnology wasn't involved since a large portion of their business is focused on magic and consumables. Other than that Evo seems somewhat "decent" as they seem to promote that all metahumans deserve good products, but Tinker DLL suggested this could be due to heavy testing on said metahumans, and Peter recognizes this could be true.

The one of most concern to Peter is Neonet. Peter and Tinker DLL find their readiness to help "restart" the Matrix in a new and super-improved format was just too quick, too perfect. That they had potentially already been waiting for something like this or were somehow involved in causing the Crash 2.0 to begin with was something Peter couldn't ignore. Peter strongly suspected that Neonet's bright star might have begun by burning the lives of thousands, and that could only be done with research of a most secret kind...


Male Human Technomancer

That never crossed my mind since it would basically be a "free" quality. I don't really have a problem with reducing Peter's skills to add some points to squeeze it in though which was Neko's other suggestion. But I didn't want to assume changing stuff was still available. :)

Shadow Lodge

Male

I always give people some leeway in changing builds. But only for a short time.


Male Human Technomancer

@DaWay: I sent another PM, so let me know if you get it.


Male Human Technomancer

I just realized I was misinterpreting "connection" for Contacts. I was thinking this was their connection or closeness to the the PC. Tinker DLL absolutely does not have a 6 in that case, lol. I guess I found some extra points to use for Linguist.


Male Human Technomancer

@DaWay: Any word on that PM coming through?

Shadow Lodge

Male

Yes I got it


Male Ork Shaman

Here's a (very) brief summary of our team. Please let me know if I got anyone's role wrong...

Feliks - Elf, ex-military street samurai
Gh0st - Dwarf, cat shaman, magician/covert ops
'Gray Man' Evans - Human, ex-Lonestar detective, hacker/face
Liam Mcgregor - Human, wolf adept, spellslinger
Neko - Ork UCB star, cat adept, face/wheelman
PANdora - Human technomancer, hacker/engineer
Roxky - Troll bear shaman, healer/muscle
Steel Cowboy - Human, hacker/street samurai


Male Dwarf

I wouldn't call Gh0st a shaman (since he doesn't have any conjuring skills), or covert ops really. I'd say he's a B&E expert/illusion mage.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Just a heads up. I will be heading out of town for my fiancee and my own baby shower this weekend. Updates will be infrequent if at all.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Sorry my posts have fallen behind in the process of moving right now. Will try and get something up later but my post will slow for about 2 to 3 weeks.


Completely understand.

I've got a game in a holding pattern due to family, school and house hunting... Lol We'll still be here whenever you're back :)


just checking in. how is everyone? are we all still hanging around?


Male Ork Shaman

Yep, still hoping I can get my Shadowrun fix...

RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16

I'm still here.


Male Human Technomancer

Absolutely still lurking and waiting to see "10 new" on the PbP thread when I hit 'Focus'! :P


Male Human Technomancer

Incidentally, it looks like most of you found your way to the 1000 BP recruitment thread that was started back on May 3rd. I sent a PM to the originator, but no word back yet.


Male Human Outlaw (Reclamator)

Rolecall? Present.

Shadow Lodge

Male

Sorry I have been absent from the boards but as you have probably guessed I have been extraordinarily busy with the new place and preparing for the baby. Unfortunately I do not think I will be able to continue running games for sometime. I would like to thank everyone and hopefully in the next couple months I might be able to run something. I appreciate your time and creativity. 


Male Human Technomancer

Disappointing, but I admit I suspected and anticipated this based on the words "moving" and "baby shower" which appeared earlier. Lol!

A new human will revolutionize your priorities, and rightly so. Good luck with your upcoming infant and settling in to your new place. Hope to see you on the boards again some months (or years) down the road!

On the other side of this, is anyone willing to take up the helm of GM? I have unfortunately little experience with the ruleset of SR4A as every game I have tried to join dies off so fast. While conceptually understanding the rules, I would feel better playing for a little while before plunging ahead with GMing. I am not opposed to alternating the duties in the future if someone feels confidant enough to start up the game and get us rolling.


I'm sorry to hear about the ending of the game, but good luck with the baby! It's a whole different world, man!


Male Ork Shaman

I've had a concept for a shadowrun game that I've wanted to explore for a long while. It would be a two part game, exploring the third VITAS outbreak in 2046 England. I need to do a bit more work on my worldbuilding before I'd feel comfortable running it but it's interesting to see that there might be some demand for it here...

Another possibility for a game would have the characters working as troubleshooters for Hestaby. You'd be a paramilitary unit looking after her interests in the California Free State, the surrounding NAN area, and perhaps the occasional foray into Seattle. I might put up an "interest check" thread in the next month or two if I end up having enough time to develop one of these campaigns...


Male Human Technomancer

Hear, hear! Yay, Prof. Devries...er, Neko!


Congratulations on your new baby and new house! sorry to hear the game will not continue, but having two children of my own, i remember how much attention they need. congratulations and i hope to see you back in the future.


Peter PANdora wrote:
Incidentally, it looks like most of you found your way to the 1000 BP recruitment thread that was started back on May 3rd. I sent a PM to the originator, but no word back yet.

can you link to the thread?


Male Human Technomancer

Huzzah!

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