Series: Transhuman Space

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GURPS Transhuman Space: Broken Dreams by Jamais Cascio
GURPS Transhuman Space: Deep Beyond by David L. Pulver
GURPS Transhuman Space: Fifth Wave by Jon Zeigler
GURPS Transhuman Space: High Frontier by David L. Pulver
GURPS Transhuman Space: In the Well by Jonathan Woodward
GURPS Transhuman Space: Orbital Decay by Patrickmes Sweeney
GURPS Transhuman Space: Spacecraft of the Solar System by David L. Pulver
GURPS Transhuman Space: Toxic Memes by Jamais Cascio
GURPS Transhuman Space: Under Pressure by Constantine Thomas
Personnel Files (TransHuman Space) by Phil Masters
Transhuman Space by David L. Pulver1
Transhuman Space: Changing Times by Phil Masters
Transhuman Space: Personnel Files 4: Martingale Security by Phil Masters
Transhuman Space: Personnel Files 5: School Days 2100 by Phil Masters
Transhuman Space: Polyhymnia by Michael Suileabhain-Wilson
Transhuman Space: Singapore Sling by David Morgan-Mar
Transhuman Space: Transhuman Mysteries by William H. Stoddard

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Series description

A series of books for the roleplaying game GURPS describing a future 2100 defined by transhumanism. People use AI, pervasive networking, genetic engineering and plastic surgery to improve themselves and colonize the solar system.

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