The Shadowrun Supplemental
Primary Authors and Development
Earl Hollar, Paul Jensen, Eva Rijser and David Short
Elissa Carey, Earl Hollar, Paul Jensen, Adam Jury, EvaRijser, David Short and Pamela Zerbinos
Michael “NexusVoid” Baer:
Adam “Threadbare” Flynn:
Oak’s Plaza Dental
Christopher “Caz” Granberg:
Import Auto Garage,The Tool Crib, and Zack’s Gym
Armour Jeweler, Aztlan Embassy, CascadeCenter, Cedano Sugar, Dave’s Costume Shop, TheEatery, Fat Tommy’s, The Four Winds Club, GrandpaWang’s Antiques, Grigg’s, The Harbor Hutch, KSBWChannel 233, Lugnuts and Pipewrenches, MadameXu’s Massage Parlor, Markie’s, NishimurayaGardens, North American Hunters Association,The Pacic Speedway, Park Place Motors, Pharaohs,Preston’s, Razor’s Edge, Salga Puedos, Seattle LiquorDistribution Warehouse, Seattle Metroplex Armory,Seattle Metroplex Impound and Storage Yard, SkyPoint, Smoky Trails, St. James Cathedral, Stan’sLawn and Garden Supply, Sunada Comics, WilhelmiLysleul
: In The Shadows,The Silent Cafe
Sara “Wildre” Miller:
Blue Heaven, Children of the LightEducational Center, Firey’s Jar, The Holistic Garden,School of the Red Dragon, Skidmarks
Robert “Rico” Murphy:
Amp’s Olde Repair Shoppe
Jeff “Ampere” Preston:
Mark “Harley667” Reynolds:
Bold As Brass, The DancingRonin
David “Eli” Short:
Crossroads Shopping Mall, Mamma J’s Bistro and Cyber Cafe
Public Access Matrix Terminal No: 3278
Special thanks to
at www.bulldrek.com thatmade this happen.
First of all, I would like to thank Paul, Earl, David,Eva, and all the rest of the contributors for the fabulouseffort they put into this work. Without them, this wouldhave never happened.
is, in my mind, a crossover project. It’ssmoothly integrated into the current timeline, but has theold school feel of FASA’s original
Heavyon rumor, plot hooks and hidden conspiracies,
offers a batch of fresh material to add to your game,whether you dig into the conspiracies or just accept thecontent at face value. It’s also full of in-jokes, subtle andnot-at-all subtle references to the authors, their friends,and characters.
As you read you’ll see that for the sake of clarity, manyentries do not list redundant information. For example, aresturant that has no racial or ethnic biases simply does nothave a bias entry, as opposed to saying “No Racial Bias.”Downtown Seattle—being the hub of the city—is coveredrst, and then all districts are organized in alphabeticalorder, with the exception of the Puyallup and RedmondBarrens, which follow all the other districts.
Not playing in Seattle?
If your game isn’t set in Seattle, a supplement named
may at rst appear of dubious use to you.However, with minimal tweaking all the locations couldeasily be dropped into any North American metroplex—they may lack the correct avor for international locales.Organized crime is present throughout North America,and while the names may change, political gures andmachinations drive the public sector everywhere you go.I heartily encourage non-Seattle players and gamemastersto dig through this supplement, modify what you like,and make of much use as you can of it. After all, the morethings change, the more things stay the same.
As with everything, the real world intrudes.As I’m writing this, the holiday season and animpending vacation is fast approaching.
was a surprise project for us, and as muchas we tried to have it completely nished beforeChristmas 2002 got in the way, it was simply notpossible. Thus, the book you’re looking at is simplythe rst part of
, covering Downtown,the heart of the Seattle Metroplex. In early 2003—knock on wood!—the remainder of
will be available.