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  1. North America
    Canada — Kamloops, BC — eowarion
    USA — Little Rock, AR — Kaosoe
    USA — Maricopa, AZ — Hutchback
    USA — San Francisco, CA — verdantsf
    USA — Dunnellon, FL — ESP77
    USA — Jacksonville, FL — Hawkwerd
    USA — Overland Park, KS — GrumpyBatman
    USA — Wichita, KS — Simon Retold
    USA — Lexington, KY — RAPigeon
    USA — Waldorf, MD — Bobus X
    USA — Grand Blanc, MI — lord_luapssor
    USA — Pine City, MN — Gandalf9700
    USA — Andover, MN — TheSapient
    USA — Rochester, MN — JDKain
    USA — Ramsey, MN — Zszree
    USA — Kansas City, MO — TheSourceHD
    USA — Kansas City, MO — Jedifish
    USA — St. Louis, MO — Gilbur
    USA — Heidelberg, MS — ObiWanBilbo
    USA — Omaha, NE -- Captain Kent
    USA — Brooklyn, NY -- Yeti1069
    USA — Cleveland, OH — c__beck
    USA — Ashland, OR — lecudas
    USA — Darlington, SC — Kakita Shijin
    USA — Lockhart, TX — DrainSmith
    USA — Princeton, TX — BlamedCat (CST, UTC-0600)
    USA — San Antonio, TX — ArtWend (CST, UTC-0600)
    USA — San Antonio, TX — sillywilly4 
    USA — Orem, UT — SwivelDiscourse
    USA — Newport News, VA — Ahrimon
    USA — Woodbridge, VA — Fanggrip
    USA — Poulsbo, WA— Lyinggod
    USA — Seattle, WA — Noldorian

    USA - Los Angeles - Morphology


    Europe CET (GMT + 1 November - March, GMT + 2 April - October)
    Austria — Vienna — Klort
    France — Auvergne — WolfRider
    Germany — Düsseldorf — DarthDude
    Germany — Mannheim — Mehsaa
    Germany — Munich — JohnChildermass
    Germany — Ratisbon (Regensburg) — FeBommel
    Germany — Stuttgart — Siabrac
    Norway — Oslo region — Morridini
    Italy — Rimini - Lord_Lele
    UK — England (BST in Summer, otherwise GMT) - West Midlands - Martinslair

    Australia — Sydney, NSW (GMT +10 May to September, +11 October to April) - endersai
    Australia — Geelong, Vic (GMT +10 May to September, +11 October to April)— Richardbuxton
    Australia — Adelaide, SA (GMT +9.5 May to September, +10.5 October to April)— RagingJim
    Australia — Adelaide, SA (GMT +9.5 May to September, +10.5 October to April)— tafattel 
    Australia — Radelaide, SA (GMT +9.5 May to September, +10.5 October to April) - just_chris
    Australia — Radelaide, SA (GMT +9.5 May to September, +10.5 October to April) -Kavemank

  2. Impressive efforts thus far! A lot of good work seems to have already gone into a conversion.

    It was inevitable that Shadowrun would be a popular conversion. In a pre-viz way, I looked to Shadowrun for my upcoming cyber-noir game (until Android is released) and I stumbled upon

    Shadowun: Anarchy which was deliberately made for less crunch and more narrative. It was so good I actually contemplated adopting it wholesale until I came to my senses.

     I recommend that anyone interested in cyber-spells and such take a look.

  3. And this was written as well: "At Android: Magnum Opus, you will have the chance not only to enjoy a Genesys adventure in the Android setting, but to take part in a larger, weekend-long roleplaying event that will allow you to both explore—and give shape to—the Android setting."

  4. Sweet! 

    21 hours ago, awayputurwpn said:

    Cool! I could see myself using this to transition some of my new D&D players to Genesys. 

    The only thing that pops out at me as out of place is the attribute boxes & little oval things. Where D&D has ability modifiers that are derived from ability scores (subtract 10 from the score, divide by 2, round down), Genesys just has characteristic ratings. So I'd get rid of the little ovals.


    Ditto. This is great work. Thank you.

  5. It's the same price as any D&D book. I ordered from an online game store that offers 20% off FFG products. But I also bought the pdf so altogether it still cost quite a bit. 

    Just finished reading some of the fluff and it is worth every penny, even with the small typos. 

    My games are investments, so I don't begrudge the price point. Goodness knows I've wasted tons of dough on less than stellar products.

  6. I'm glad that this sourcebook has been announced. I'm sad that it is scheduled for Q2. I am not particularly interested in a fantasy setting (I already play the "world's most popular rpg").

    I am, however, chomping at the bit to get the Android setting which I have to wait even longer for. Q3? Heaven forbid, Q4?

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