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Message no. 1
From: Gurth <gurth@******.NL>
Subject: Man and Machine (was Re: Smartgun Links)
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1998 20:50:22 +0200
According to Wilbur The new adept, at 8:49 on 10 Sep 98, the word on the street was...

> > According to what I've been told, MaM will combine Street
> Samurai
> >catalog, Shadowtechnology and Cybertechnology (that's gonna be a big
> >book), I haven't heard but it might have some details from FoF and
> >CorpSec in there too. It's supposed to be the "street samurai Bioware
> and
> >Cyberware SEARS catalog of 2060" or somesuch.
> Damn them DAMN them all the way to HECK!.....well thats one book
> i aint buying.

It will also fix the problems Mike has with the rules as they are now. He
kept talking about how he doesn't like the way bioware screws mages over
twice, for example, so expect those kinds of fixes as well as updates of
the old rules and gear, plus I suspect new things will be put into the
book too.

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Message no. 2
From: "M. Sean Martinez" <ElBandit@***.COM>
Subject: Re: Man and Machine (was Re: Smartgun Links)
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 14:35:35 EDT
In a message dated 9/10/98 2:58:42 PM Eastern Daylight Time, gurth@******.NL

> plus I suspect new things will be put into the book too.

I would not be surprised to see rules for creating new cyberware types in the


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