Rifts Anthology: Tales of the Chi-Town 'Burbs
A trade-paperback-sized collection of short stories by Kevin Siembieda and a host of known Palladium writers.
Each story shows what it’s like to live in the shadowy no-man’s-land of the Chi-Town 'Burbs. A collection of hopeful people waiting for admission into one of the fortified city havens of the Coalition States, and the people who prey upon them. The Chi-Town ‘Burbs are the most famous of these tent cities that officially don’t exist, and therefore have no formal government or laws. Refugees, D-Bees, fugitives, and outlaws of every stripe make their home in the 'Burbs, or visit to sell their wares or get a little R&R.
These are just some the stories that provide adventure and insight into the world of Rifts.
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