The Electrum best seller on DriveThruRPG from Gavriel Quiroga Neurocity is a thank-you gift for Geek Native’s patrons. You’ll all be getting a PDF!
Clarification: You’ll be getting the first edition PDF.
Not yet a patron? Sign up before the 30th, and you’ll qualify.
Thank you to Gavriel Quiroga for enabling the offer! There’s an added incentive, of course, as there’s a Kickstarter for a new edition live right now.
Successful already, the goal was $5,000 to fund a physical copy of the Neurocity Colorblind Edition. There’s a month to go, and already more than $11,000 has been pledged.
Geek Native’s already had an art exclusive from within the proposed pages.
Neurocity Colorblind edition
There’s just one reward tier in the Neurocity Colorblind edition Kickstarter, which is limited to 2,000 backers and unlocks with $38 or more pledges.
The Kickstarter explains more about the game and the plan for it.
Inspired by sci-fi works like Alphaville, 1984, Brave New World, THX1132 and Dark City. Neurocity is a subterranean city complex crowned by a glitched digital sun ruled by an ever watchful supercomputer named I.S.A.C.
The new edition has a dozen or more new pages of art and content, and there’s some content corrections and layout tweaks to make a better product.
Crushed under the unbearable weight of the system lies you; A citizen in this technological nightmare. Will you yield your personality and obey? Or perhaps you will dare to find the truth about this forsaken place you were born into?
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Instead, money from backers goes back into the geeky tabletop community by buying art commissions or paying writers for one-off articles.
True, we don’t get to do this very often as we also want to pay a fair wage, and so each month, patrons can vote for the spotlight and sometimes get thank-you gifts like this.
- Neurocity Colorblind Kickstarter.
- Become a patron.
- Buy the first edition of Neurocity.
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