More Than Just an Illegal Squatter Settlement
In the late 21st Century, climate change forced many coastal cities to adapt to rising sea levels. The people of Southwood, Texas built a massive seawall between their city and the ocean, hoping to not only protect their community but also provide power using the force of the tides. Then, an immense Category 5 hurricane rendered all their preparations moot. The city was inundated, thousands died, and despite heroic efforts, Southwood was eventually abandoned. Abandoned, except for the Sea Wall, where outcasts, exiles, castaways, makers, and punks have formed their own society with their own rules.
Sea Wall includes the following:
- A complete and detailed description of the history of the Sea Wall – how it started and how it still thrives
- Eighteen NPCs who live in this little squatter settlement
- Ten short plot seeds
- A full-length adventure that lets your heroes save the world!
- Fully compatible with any cyberpunk gaming system, whether you play Cyberpunk 2020, Shadowrun, Interface Zero, Kazei 5, or any other game
Cities of Wonder is a line of books envisioned by Bill “teh ebil bunneh” Keyes, each describing a city, town, village, neighborhood, fortification, space station, caravanserai, or some other place that people live, play, and work. They’re system-neutral with a focus on people, places, and adventures, so no matter what you play you can use them. You can effortlessly slot them into an existing campaign world, either your own or a published world.
Edited by Carol Darnell