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Abney Park's Airship Pirates by Peter…

Abney Park's Airship Pirates

by Peter Cakebread

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A role-playing game based on the music of the band Abney Park. Possibly one of the strangest sources of gaming material ever. Basic steampunk setting, in a VERY alternate universe of floating cities and clockwork technology. ( )
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The Definitive Steampunk Game From the steampunk sky-cities of Isla Aether and High Tortuga come the airship pirates. Below you, the beast-haunted wastes are criss-crossed by the Empire's armored railroads. In the walled, fog-shrouded cities, people huddle in forced Victorian squalor, while the Emperor's clockwork policemen patrol the streets. Someone screwed up the timeline. It's 2150, but the world is still recoving from the Great Apocalypse of 1906. You've got an airship. You've got a crew. You've got one of Doctor Calgori's fancy chronominautilus devices. Hoist the Jolly Roger, spin your propellers and take to the skies-yours is a life of adventure, plunder and infamy. Set sail on the winds of time and plunder history itself! Based on the music of Abney Park. Don't know who that is? Ask your customers who are into steampunk! Abney Park closely involved in the design and promotion of this game Steampunk is a growing subculture and they aren't all gamers-this game could break out the way Vampire: the Masquerade did twenty years ago

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