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Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Heft und Karte mit Schutzumschlag mit 64 Seiten für [Buck Rogers XXVc]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: TSR * [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 1991

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Defiant outpost of freedom against the oppressive forces of RAM colonialism?
Coterie of money-grubbing bankers without the moral fiber to take a stand? The colony that works? Take your pick.
To the ever-frustrated executives of RAM¸ Luna is the galling thorn in their corporate side. Fiercely independent and openly contemptuous of RAM power¸ the Lunarians have fought to retain their precious neutrality in the raging conflict around them.
To the poor and struggling NEO organization¸ Luna is the source of desperately needed arms and equipment - at a price. Possessing some of the finest technology¸ the bankers of Luna have made weapons a highly successful business.
To the average working man¸ Luna is home. Grown tough in an unforgiving environment¸ the people of Luna are determined to stay safe and secure from the chaos and destruction that surrounds them - at any price.
Luna is the first complete description of the people and places of Earths moon in the 25th century¸ for use with the XXVc science-fiction role playing game. It describes facts and places every traveler needs to know to visit the Switzerland of Space.
Luna is a place of industry and opportunity. Yet¸ beneath the surface lies intrigue and corruption. Famed in equal measure for its technology and neutrality¸ Luna is threatened by invisible cracks beneath the surface that could destroy its fragile structure. For players of the XXVc game¸ here is the chance to save Luna - or grab it all for themselves.

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