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WBO05: True Life Night

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WhiteBox One-Shots SciFi is a line of short planetary missions, space operations, and other science fiction encounters designed for compatibility with White Star: Science Fiction Roleplaying™.


A diplomatic robot named CC-80 is missing on a planet that hates artificial life. The robot contains vital information that can either aid your cause or make you rich beyond your wildest dreams. You've just received information that CC-80 has been entered in some type of robot smashing game at a nightclub named Killian's Run. Can you rescue CC-80 before it is destroyed by the club's vaunted robot hunters?

True Life Night is a short White Star: Science Fiction Roleplaying™ adventure designed for three to six characters of 1st-3rd level (about 12 levels total). The adventure takes place in a nightclub on the world of Breone III, but the nightclub can be easily dropped into any urbanized world.

True Life Night includes one (1) new alien lifeform and numerous NPCs for use in your White Star setting. 


“White Star™ is a trademark of James M. Spahn.”. Used with permission under license.

 
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WBO05
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This title was added to our catalog on January 16, 2016.