Lockdown available in PDF now

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Lockdown available in PDF now

Postby Nikchick » Thu May 26, 2005 10:24 am

The latest sourcebook for the Mutants & Masterminds RPG, Lockdown, has just been released in PDF form on RPGNow. Time for a little bit of fun...in jail!

http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php? ... s_id=4830&

Lockdown
A Mutants & Masterminds Sourcebook
Written by Lucien Soulban
Cover art by Ramon Perez
108 pages, full-color
MSRP: $12.00 (PDF)
GRR2012
ISBN: 1-932442-45-6

So your heroes have captured yet another super-villain. Where are they going to put them all? In prison, of course!

Lockdown is a sourcebook for Mutants & Masterminds, describing a prison for super-convicts. It details all four levels of the Buckner Ridge Superhuman Penitentiary, the first privately run super-prison. You get details on the prison's layout, operations, and staff, including its super-powered guards. Lockdown has profiles on various inmates and factions within the prison, as well as a description of the nearby town of Buckner Ridge. Lockdown saved its failing economy, but is it worth the price of having a prison full of the world's most dangerous super-criminals in its backyard?

Lockdown comes with numerous adventure ideas and ways to use the prison in your own Mutants & Masterminds campaign. You can make it a background element or build an entire game where the characters are convicts! Plus, Lockdown comes with a secret: a conspiracy that could bring the prison crashing down and threaten law and order across the world!
Nicole Lindroos
Green Ronin Publishing
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www.mutantsandmasterminds.com

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Postby Kit » Thu Jun 02, 2005 12:31 am

Groovy.
Now when can we pre-order the print copy? :-)
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