NeuroSpasta Released

It might a year and a half late, but NeuroSpasta, DEM’s cyberpunk setting, has finally been released. It was a difficult process trying to create rules for hacking and cybernetics which was still GSL-compliant with 4th Edition D&D rules as well as being actually fun. Originally, NeuroSpasta was meant to be part of Ultramodern but the overall size of the project proved too immense and they were split, fortuitous considering the delays NeuroSpasta incurred. This is only one version of NS, with a Pathfinder edition due out sometime next month. Additionally, there’s a print edition coming out soon…

Check out NeuroSpasta on our RPGNow page at http://www.rpgnow.com/product/113530/NeuroSpasta?src=FrontPage

NeuroSpasta is a cyberpunk/transhumanist setting using 4th Edition rules, compatible with both Ultramodern4 and Amethyst. In this book, you’ll find…

*Rules for hacking computers and even people with new powers, feats, and a new class.
*Four new races based on the blend of flesh and technology.
*Fifteen new lifepaths.
*Rules for controlling and customizing robots.
*Dozens of cybernetics from basic implants to total body replacements.
*Computer programs to help yourself or cripple your enemies.
*New adversaries including robots, cyborgs, and supercomputers.
*An introductory adventure full of intrigue and explosions.

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Chris Dias

Chris Tavares Dias is the literary equivalent of that crusty burnt cheese at the bottom of the fondue pot. Some people claim he looks like Mathew Perry. He would like that to be true. It's not. In 2010, Chris co-wrote and created Amethyst Foundations, a 4th Edition setting based on the previous version under 3.5. It has received critical acclaim for integrating science fiction into classical fantasy. In August of this year, Chris was last seen staring at a dead raven that had fallen beside his car. Two months later, his watch and notepad were found in the stomach of a basking shark that had washed ashore off the coast of Florida.

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