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  • 20 feet under the surface of the ocean, light begins to fade and colors slowly vanish. Red is the first to go.
  • 33 feet under the ocean's surface, pure oxygen becomes toxic under the pressure of 2 atmospheres.
  • 40 feet uder sea level, yellow and orange vanish from the spectrum and your worls begins to look like a black and white silent film.
  • 100 feet below sea level, you might start suffering from nitrogen narcosis.
  • 297 feet under the surface of the ocean, the pressure is now equal to 10 atmospheres and even normal air becomes toxic to breathe.
  • 500 feet and plus below the ocean's surface, the continental shelf drops off into the deep abyss.
  • 1200 feet below sea level, the temperature can go as low as 33 degrees F or 0.5 degrees C. That's right above the level of fresh water freezing.
  • 4500 feet below the surface of the ocean... At four thousand feet below the surface, no light reaches you and hope is a forgotten word. Welcome to the Sub-Attica labor camp... Pray you die quickly.

    Sub-Attica is a Cyberpunk ARU sourcebook loaded with information about the dreaded Sub-Attica underwater detention center, with complete layout and full NPC stats. It also contains eight mini-adventures designed to make the player's life miserable.


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October 1st, 2016
An interesting take on an underwater adventure in the Cyberpunk universe. A few surprises, and concepts that could be borrowed for other adventures as well. [...]
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