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2300AD & 2320 Discussion of the original 2300AD from GDW, the revised 2300 from Mongoose Publishing, or QLI's 2320AD.

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Old January 8th, 2008, 08:18 PM
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Default Kimanjano libre

I thought it might be interesting to present my current campaign, a rebel campaign set on Kimanjano:
http://www.nada.kth.se/~asa/Game/2300AD/

It is right now nearly canon as far as I know (with the exception of a changed atmospheric composition of the planet - I did not use that explosive and somewhat unlikely mixture of methane and oxygen). Some files that may be of interest:

Les Années Folles
, my take on the 2320AD universe
Kimanjano, my take on the planet.
Cybernetics, a big compilation and extension of enhancement methods.
Provolution, my take on them.
More equipment
On smuggling
RFID tags
Interstellar velocity adjustment, an interesting problem for stutterwarp discharge

The PCs form roughly three interlinked groups. One is led by Rafael Zeeman, an Azanian engineer out for revenge (French troops killed his family) and who is now running a rebel cell funded by smuggling involving several technologically oriented characters. The second group is essentially a Provolution offshoot, enhanced but slightly unstable fighters who fight the good fight for independence (think volunteers in the Spanish Civil war). The third group centers around Directeur de l'hébergement Napoleon Benzecri, a megalomaniac former HR boss who now runs a refugee camp and styles himself godfather; this group are the politically and ideologically active players who try to influence the refugee situation. Or just profit from it.

So far so good: the players have run a few smuggling runs and guerilla raids, including a thrilling race against time to free one of their own from captivity before he was tortured to talk. They just have to figure out how to really hurt the General-Governor and his henchmen and help the planet become free. As well as dealing with the doubleagents (including at least one PC), loansharks, pentapods[*] and gangs who make Kimanjano such an exciting and lovely place.

[*] This might be my major deviation from canon history in the campaign, the pentapods have just decided to put an enclave on the planet for various vanilla-juicy-ectoderm reasons. They are of course on the parsley side of the conflict.
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