I want to ask every one who has an idea for NERPS Organisations to post their articles please.
We all believed at one time that this net.book was worth trying to finish.
Lets finish the damn thing already
-- BRUCE <gyro@********.co.za>
Theres nothing like a netfight Everything is True Nothing is ForbiddenMessage no. 2
Max Lietzen mlietzen@*******.com
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Fri, 12 Mar 1999 16:19:47 CST
ULO The Unknowns The Unknown Liberation Organization A group dedicated to "freeing" clones in medical facilities.
The Reptiles A group that has undergone cosmetic surgery to look more and more "draconic".
The Coterie A group of fixers and ex-shadowrunners. Very high class, very deadly. They have ambitions.
The Board of Directors A slave market.
The Circus A carnival whose main players are all assassins.
(>)Aaaaa! The bearded woman is after me! (>)Neon Flux, (arguably) the deadliest woman of the 21st century
The International Street Mime Conspiracy Completely unsuspected by all, the ISMC has been the secret behind the secret for as many years as theater has existed. Founded in ancient Greece by Thesbos, it is currently led by Marcel Marceau's bastard granddaughter, Patricia Brooks. They are currently at their strongest, and their numbers are in the millions.
Here is something that you can add to the organizations netbook, if you don't its no problem, just something I thought about today. If you like it, then I can do more with it.
NWO Stated out in the 1990's in wrestling, but has since moved on to actually controlling small cities in the CAS and UCAS. There are rumurs of them moving into Seattle, but these have yet to be confirmed. The current leader of the NWO is Harace Hogan, nephew of the originator of the group, Terry "Hollywood Hulk" Hogan.
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