War Machines of the 21st Century—Volume 1: Robots (OGL) PDF
Gun Metal Games
Need a few robots for your OGL science-fiction games? Well, look no further!
War Machines of the 21st Century—Volume 1: Robots provides you with 9 new robots ready for use in your futuristic campaigns! Whether you are running a campaign set on a future war-torn planet Earth or fighting intergalactic conflicts in some distant galaxy, these fully illustrated robots will fit right into your game with no trouble!
Also provided are new gear, rules for linked weapons, a new robot design and a new robot talent tree.
Written by: Mark Gedak, David Jarvis, and J.Colin Madden
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