After a truly bizarre detour to Danger Girl HQ, the Edgerunners get set to take on a small transporter job. What could possibly go wrong?
It is springtime in the Great Northern Wilderness, and a tall, lanky monster-hunter named Guthormr comes to a town called Badd Land...
Kenny as Guthormr
Skoden and Dually head out for their appointment with Dr. Vangelos. But you can't go anywhere in Night City these days, it seems, without running into some group of bozos...
Our head-canon version of Trace ("Tayce") Santiago: https://bit.ly/34bezZi
Note: This week's technical issues took the form of David having to use a backup mic. Apologies for the somewhat rough vocals on his end.
A chance encounter at a ramen bar leads the group to put the final pieces of the Miracle Worker puzzle into place. But understanding does not bring security—only an idea of the powerful forces aligned against them.
Note: This session was plagued by connection issues; some robot voices are the inevitable result.
What's a Cyberpunk campaign without a caper? Infiltrating Stuart Hospital turns up some "vital" clues—but also raises other questions...
Shoutout to Ramblin' Mike's Tarot channel, topic of many an in-joke this episode.
After the Night Market Shootout, the Edgerunners begin unravelling the mystery of Skoden's strange visions and find out that there's a lot more than meets the augmented-reality eye!
In this, the first episode of our new campaign, we get fitted for the future: going over the setting, base mechanics, introducing characters, and then a little bit of shopping interrupted by a firefight. And then there's the minor matter of a stowaway AI inside one of the character's heads...
|Art by @HeyGMKenny|
Man-Eater is home at last! But as winter descends over the Wolfen Empire, she must figure out a way to fit in as a stranger amongst her own people—and come to terms with her family's legacy.
Des as Man-eater
CW: Grief, loss
We wanted to take a moment before we return to a regular posting schedule to acknowledge the passing of Desiree's father Frank late last year. She recorded a few words in memoriam, and talks a bit about how he influenced her love of storytelling and imagination.
Things have been busy, busy, busy here at EOR HQ, but unfortunately not a lot of content we can release at the moment. As this month closes out and we move into spring (and the one-year anniversary of the EOR's in-person meetings halting), we thought we'd share a short update on where we're at and what to look forward to.