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Message no. 1
From: olafur gunnarsson <olafurg@******.IS>
Subject: Caribian League
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 1996 00:52:55 GMT
Is ther anyone writting anything about the carib area. from what ive read
from the
Shadowrun Books it would be somekind of shadow haven largest concentration
of datahavens and banks that dont ask any questions think of the shadow
stuff going on down there and when you add in Modern pirates and that this
would be a major pipeline for weapons to the Rebels in Aztlan it definetly
spells fun to me.So
anyone out there thinking about writting something up.
-Olafur G
Message no. 2
From: Erik_Jameson@*****.COM
Subject: RE> Caribian League
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 18:33:28 -0800
RE> Caribian League
To Net Enhancements for Roleplaying Shadowrun<NERPS@********>

The Question: So, is anyone planning on writing up the
Carib League, because it sounds so cool to do!

The Answer: Yes, FASA. Currently scheduled (take that as
you will) is "Cyber Pirates" for January/February, and then
a month of two later, some companion adventures. Or I think
that was the last timeline...

list.member.grumpy (and woefully ignorant about Australia
[except their beach babes ROCK!, just like our SoCal
Message no. 3
From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: Re: Caribian League
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 1996 12:37:41 +0100
olafur gunnarsson said on 0:52/15 Oct 96...

> Is ther anyone writting anything about the carib area.

FASA is supposed to bring out a sourcebook about the area in the not too
distant future. For that reason, I don't think it's a good idea to do an
article about it in the NAGTTW, as everything would contradict each

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