I don't know anything about Cyberpunk so a Netrunner (whatever that is) or a Techie are probably a little too complicated for me. That leave a Med (which I think means medical type person) or Hired Muscle.
Not sure if Hired Muscle is right for a female character.
I could play a character like that. We will wait to see what the GM decides. It seems he has a lot of interest so, he might not need everyone. If there is someone who is a better roleplayer then I would rather they take the slot than me.
Been debating about throwing my hat into the ring for a Hired Gun, especially since Sal is such an Outstanding DM, but if you have others who want to play then I can gladly step aside to make room for someone who wants to play and does not have another game to play in at the moment
Nice Pics there Ayrn. I could see several of those as my character.
Ok it seems I have a shot at being a Hired Gun. Is there someplace i can look at regardin the making of a character for this Cyberpunk? I assume they have skills and such and I would like to get an idea of what I want.
Question: What is Solo or Nomad? Sounds like classes or something. Is there a difference?
That's it for now. Thank you Bromern Sal for giving me a shot.
Solos are hired hit-men, bodyguards, and mercenaries - a lot like Jayne Cobb from Firefly. Due to their professionalism and constant training, they have the ability to perceive danger, notice traps, and have an almost unearthly ability to avoid harm.
Nomads were once corporate wage-slaves, who got fired and blackballed from employment, and now they roam the highways as Gypsies and motor-gangs like something out of a Mad Max movie. As life on the road is hard, they maintain strong family bonds. If a Nomad is in trouble, he can count on members of his family to watch his back.
Hey, I came across this link to the Cyberpunk 2020 book.
While I don't the character creation process, or the DarkFUZION rule system, I'd say that pgs 6-23 would likely be helpful to get a sense of the Cyberpunk world and the various "classes"/"roles" (Solo, Nomad, Netrunner, Techie, etc)
pg 34 also has a list of commonly used "street slang" words and phrases.