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Prisoner III-C-21... welcome to Buckner Ridge Superhuman Penitentiary

So your heroes have captured yet another super-villain. Where are they going to put them all? In prison, of course!

Lockdown is a sourcebook for Mutants & Masterminds, Second Edition, describing a prison for super-convicts. It details all four levels of the Buckner Ridge Superhuman Penitentiary, the first privately run super-prison. You get details on the prison's layout, operations, and staff, including its super-powered guards. Lockdown has profiles on various inmates and factions within the prison, as well as a description of the nearby town of Buckner Ridge. Lockdown saved its failing economy, but is it worth the price of having a prison full of the world's most dangerous super-criminals in its backyard?

Lockdown comes with numerous adventure ideas and ways to use the prison in your own Mutants & Masterminds campaign. You can make it a background element or build an entire game where the characters are convicts! Plus, Lockdown comes with a secret: a conspiracy that could bring the prison crashing down and threaten law and order across the world!

This PDF was originally sold as a First Edition product, but has been updated for use with Mutants & Masterminds, Second Edition.

PDF Features:BookmarkedLinked Table of ContentsCreated from source files - not a scanned PDFGold Vendor Updates*Best with Adobe Acrobat Reader 6 or laterEdition Credits:Design: Lucien SoulbanEditing: Jon LeitheusserGraphic Design: Hal MangoldDevelopment: Steve KensonExecutive Producer: Chris PramasArt Direction: Hal MangoldCover Art: RamÃ⊃3;n PérezInterior Art: Atilla Adorjany, Adam Huntley, Jonathan Kirtz, Tony Parker, Kevin StokesInterior Colors: Atilla Adorjany, Adam Huntley, Jonathan Kirtz, Hal Mangold, Tony Parker, Kevin StokesCartography: Ed BourelleGreen Ronin Staff: Chris Pramas, Nicole Lindroos, Hal Mangold, Steve Kenson, Evan Sass, Robert J. "Dr. Evil" Schwalb and Marc SchmalzPlaytesters: Bryan Barlow (Tom Gallion, Art Loeffler, Josh Morris, Travis Price, Mike Sopp), DT Butchino and the Midnight Legion (Charity Ens-Butchino, Sara Dean, Ralph Duell, James Kavanaugh, David Laramie, Jamieson Long, James Taylor, John Szczypien), Bill Child (Pat Bussey, James Baxter, Jason Ellenbecker, Joedy Galloway, Robert Oliver, Matt Riek, James Russell, Kenn Westman), Mark "neo" Howe (Mark Sizer, Daniel Scothorne, Mark Billanie, Michael J Young, Alan Moore, Daniel Haslam), Krisztián Nagy (Endre Hornyák, Gergely Keresztes Nagy, Zoltán Mészáros, Szabolcs Nemeth, Huba Vilmos Schmidt, Zoltán Szabo), Tim Kirk, Tom Miskey, Jesse Perry, Ben Robbins, Johnathan Turner (Lloyd Chatham, Precious Daniels, Vincent Daniels, Greg Harris, James Hurt, Darchan Lake, Pamela Omenukwa, Franklin Ruff, Jerome Satterwhite), Lisa Youngblood (Tommy Beckett, Todd Oliver, Richard Reid, Rob Taylor)

* If this edition of the publication is updated due to the discovery and correction of typos or errata, you will get a free download of the corrected edition.

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July 29th, 2005
A very good product well written and a great feel for any Mutants and Masterminds.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Well organized and good art.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE< [...]
July 6th, 2005
Again, a high standard release from Green Ronin. I am looking forward to the 2nd Ed. printed release. The promise of a drop-in campaign addition is quite true. They have a backstory which I don't like completely, but it might be interesting for other [...]
May 29th, 2005
Very, very nice piece of work from Green Ronin. Lockdown describes a private super-security prison complex, its prisoners and the nearby town of Buckner Ridge. The keyword here is flexibility. The authors have gone out of their way to make it [...]
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