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Message no. 1
From: Glenn Robb <GLENNROBB@*******.NET>
Subject: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 19:26:57 -0600
Since gamma cyberware is susposed to come before delta ware, there would
be only 12 (you heard me), 12 gamma clinics. And they would be in four
cities (Seattle has only one). Where are the rest?

Tokyo, Berlin, and Tel Aviv. gammaware is susposed to be superior to
betaware but inferior to deltaware.

Anyone has any ideas?

Elton Robb
Message no. 2
From: Rob Siemborski <robsiemb@******.ORG>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 1997 21:29:01 -0400
On Fri, 5 Sep 1997, Glenn Robb wrote:

> Since gamma cyberware is susposed to come before delta ware, there would
> be only 12 (you heard me), 12 gamma clinics. And they would be in four
> cities (Seattle has only one). Where are the rest?
>
> Tokyo, Berlin, and Tel Aviv. gammaware is susposed to be superior to
> betaware but inferior to deltaware.

This is slightly off-topic, but which sourcebook is (gamma/delta)ware
listed in? I know Alpha and Beta are in SSC, but where are gamma & delta?

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Message no. 3
From: "MARTIN E. GOTTHARD" <s457033@*******.GU.EDU.AU>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 13:53:32 +1000
> > Since gamma cyberware is susposed to come before delta ware, there would
> > be only 12 (you heard me), 12 gamma clinics. And they would be in four
> > cities (Seattle has only one). Where are the rest?
> >
> > Tokyo, Berlin, and Tel Aviv. gammaware is susposed to be superior to
> > betaware but inferior to deltaware.
>
> This is slightly off-topic, but which sourcebook is (gamma/delta)ware
> listed in? I know Alpha and Beta are in SSC, but where are gamma & delta?

Gamma is not officially listed anywhere. YOu can fin the rules for Delta
'ware in Cybertechnology.

Marty
Message no. 4
From: Spike <u5a77@*****.CS.KEELE.AC.UK>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 10:39:15 +0100
|This is slightly off-topic, but which sourcebook is (gamma/delta)ware
|listed in? I know Alpha and Beta are in SSC, but where are gamma & delta?

Deltaware is in Shadowtech.
Gammaware never existed... (Or was shut down due to marketting blunders and
never manufactured... Take your pick...)

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Message no. 5
From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 11:48:43 +0100
Rob Siemborski said on 21:29/ 5 Sep 97...

> This is slightly off-topic, but which sourcebook is (gamma/delta)ware
> listed in? I know Alpha and Beta are in SSC, but where are gamma & delta?

Gamma-ware isn't listed anywhere, for the already explained reason.
Delta-ware is from Cybertechnology.

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Message no. 6
From: Spike <u5a77@*****.CS.KEELE.AC.UK>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 11:01:30 +0100
|Deltaware is in Shadowtech.

Ooops... My mistake... Cybertech, not shadowtech
Forget I spoke... errr... typed....

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Message no. 7
From: Loki <daddyjim@**********.COM>
Subject: Re: Another note on Gamma Cyberware
Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 16:11:32 -0700
---Rob Siemborski wrote:
>
> This is slightly off-topic, but which sourcebook is (gamma/delta)ware
> listed in? I know Alpha and Beta are in SSC, but where are gamma &
delta?

Delta-grade is in Cybertechnology, gamma got skipped in the
sourcebooks by accident.

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