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Going Postal - Man in the Machine (Robots)

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Going Postal!

Welcome to the seventh issue of Going Postal, a series of supplements for the Mutant Future role-playing game by Goblinoid Games.

This issue introduces the Robot player character. Built upon the framework of Robots found in the Mutant Future Revised Rulebook, including two different methods of building your own robot character from the ground up. Random Generation tables are included for robotic frames, locomotion, manipulation, sensors, and accessories and a point buy system is also given for those players that would like more control over their robot's design. Two robot examples are given, one built using the random generation method and the other using the point buy system.

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File Last Updated:
April 11, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on April 11, 2014.