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It consists of several R. Talsorian staffers giving advice on running ‘Cyberpunk They deal with everything from making character backgrounds more integral to a campaign, to dealing with overbalanced technology, to keeping problem players in their place. Each author has a diffe Today this book would exist as a series of blog posts on the company’s web page.
Each author has a different take, and the book works as a kind of conversation between them. Heck, as an experienced GM, it had some helpful bits, too.
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Michael Alyn Pondsmith is a roleplaying, board, and video game designer. He is best known for his work for the publisher R.
Talsorian Games, where he developed a majority of the company’s role-playing game lines since the company’s foundation in He also contributed t Michael Alyn Pondsmith is a roleplaying, board, and video game yku.
Pondsmith also worked as an instructor at the DigiPen Institute of Technology. Born in a military family, Pondsmith was traveling around the world with the U.
Air Force for the first 18 years of his life. He graduated from the University of California, Davis achieving B.
His interest spiked however when he acquired a copy of Traveller, a science fiction role-playing game, published in by Game Designers’ Workshop. Dissatisfied with its mechanics, Pondsmith rewrote the game for his personal use under the name Imperial Star. Pondsmith later called Traveller the best roleplaying game he’s encountered in the Prikitive Ronin’s award winning Hobby Games: Other books in the series.
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