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Cortex Role Playing Game System by Jamie ChambersMWP 1019 - Core Rules, Settingless
Leverage: The Roleplaying Game by Cam BanksMWP 1025 - Leverage RPG Core Rules, Cortex Plus System
Leverage: The Quickstart Job by Rob DonoghueMWP 1026 - Leverage RPG Quick Start Kit, Cortex Plus System
Leverage: Grifters and Masterminds by Ryan MacklinMWP 1027 - Leverage RPG Sourcebook, Cortex Plus System
Leverage: Hitters, Hackers, and Thieves by Margaret Weis ProductionsMWP 1028 - Leverage RPG Sourcebook, Cortex Plus System
Cortex Plus Hacker's Guide by Cam BanksMWP 1042 - Cortex Plus Customization Guide and Examples
Tropes vs Leverage by David A. Hill, Jr.MWP LC05 - Leverage RPG Companion 5, Cortex Plus System
Leverage Companion Vol. 1 by Cam BanksMWP LC11 - Grifters and Masterminds + Hitters, Hackers and Thieves
Leverage Companion Vol. 2 by Sally ChristensenMWP LC13 - Bundle of the ten numbered Companions
Echoes of War: Thrillin' Heroics by Margaret WeisMWP 7015
Firefly Role-Playing Game by Margaret Weis ProductionsMWP 7020 - Cortex Plus Core Rulebook for Firefly
Firefly Role Playing Game (RPG) - Things Don't Go SmoothMWP 7021
Firefly RPG Smugglers Guide to the RimMWP 7022

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