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by Nigel D. Findley

Free eBook Aztlan: A Shadowrun Sourcebook (Shadowrun 7213) download ISBN: 1555602576
Author: Nigel D. Findley
Publisher: Fasa (July 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 184
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Gaming
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Product Code: SR-7213

Product Code: SR-7213. ISBN-13: 978-1555602574. The Aztlan sourcebook describes the people, history, economy and current affairs of the nation of Aztlan, including details on Aztechnology Corporation, the unusual magic practiced by Aztlaner citizens, and the Yucatán conflict. This book also describes many aspects of life in Tenochtitlán (formerly Mexico City), and provides new rules for Aztlaner magic and Aztechnology corporate personnel.

The people, history, economy and current affairs of the nation of Aztlan, including details on Aztechnology Corporation, the unusual magic practiced by Aztlaner citizens, and the Yucatan conflict. This book also describes many aspects of life in Tenochtitlan (formerly Mexico City), and provides new rules for Aztlaner magic and Aztechnology corporate personnel.
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Querlaca
The late, great Nigel D. Findley brings us Aztlan, a view of everything south of the river her in Austin, Texas. You see, during the tumultuous years of The Awakening, not only the the good old US of A fall apart into multiple nations, but Mexico gobbled up parts of Texas and the Southwest and renamed itself Aztlan, embracing the return of magic to the Sixth World in a particularly sinister way. If you want to know about what goes on in this nation that's often whispered about in the dark barrooms of the Shadowrun universe, pick up this book. Covered are the people, the government, the Aztechnology Corporation itself (which could be argued to BE the government) and the dark magics found nowhere else in Shadowrun. The wonderful writing gamers expect from Findley is here, and it's a damn shame he passed away so young. This book is GREAT. Especially if you wish to run the borders into deepest, darkest Aztlan for fun and profit. But be careful, chummer, you may not come back.
Akinonris
A+
Mori
Yeah Shadowrun!. Great book if your interested to dig deeper into the Aztechnology. Kinda tricky to read but beyond that great book.
Rasmus
"Aztlan" is likely one of the greatest supplements ever written for a roleplaying game. I've read this book more time than I can count. If you buy only one Shadowrun, 2nd Edition sourcebook, buy this one.

Like most Shadowrun sourcebooks, Aztlan is written as a set of in-world posts. It covers the entire nation of Aztlan, its relationship with other countries north and south of the border, with megas around the world and more. The detail, the character, the tone all make you feel like you're reading a collection of writing instead of that from a single author.

Also like like most Shadowrun sourcebooks, it has shadowtalk explaining the meaning behind the posts, calling into question reader and player assumptions. These shadowtalk posts reveal significant details about Aztlan and Aztechnology together.

Unlike other Shadowrun sourcebooks, this book is annotated again by some of the most powerful people in the Shadowrun world, separate from the normal posts from Shadowland. It reveals another level deeper, discussing the extreme danger the actions of Aztechnology and Aztlan. These comments help astute readers piece together secrets behind the shadows.

If you can come across this book, don't hesitate to pick it up!
Cordaron
This book is a whopper. It has everything...maps, npc's, a new and scarry type of magic, and (if you look close enough) a threat to the world. Not to mension the constant war, the polution, the fact that azatlan is really a...well wont tell you that. Got to read the book to find out!
This book has everything you need to run a campaign in azatlan. It is a book worth looking for. With it's almost 200 pages, it is worth the price.