Item description for Judge Dredd: The Rookies Guide To The Undercity (Judge Dredd) by Various...
This source book is a comprehensive guide to the Undercity and its inhabitants for The Judge Dredd Roleplaying Game. It details the Undercity's geography, habitats, population, dangers and wonders, as well as providing lots of new characters, weapons, vehicles and equipment. Games Masters now have a new stratum of Mega-City One society to explore, an exciting and unusual setting for one-off scenarios or lengthy campaigns.The average citizen of Mega-City One regards the subterranean Undercity as an urban myth. Every juve who attends the MegaSchools knows that Mega-City One was built on top of the east coast of the former United States of America, engulfing old cities with strange and exotic names such as 'Washington DC' or 'New York City'. Eld-shelter residents may retain vague memories of these semi-mythical places. Most citizens believe the old cities were destroyed when the construction of the Mega-City began, with only the occasional dilapidated structure - landmarks such as the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty - salvaged as historical landmarks. Only a few citizens know that the east coast landscapes of pre-war America continue to stand in the cold darkness beneath City Bottom, a subterranean mausoleum preserving these archaic structures for all time.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.4" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Apr 17, 2003
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
ISBN 1903980747 ISBN13 9781903980743
Availability 0 units.
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About the Editor Abraham Chapman was professor of English and Chairman of the American Literature survey courses at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. His writings include critical studies on American literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and book reviews for various leading periodicals. He was the author of The Negro in American Literature. In 1968, Professor Chapman received the Biennial College Language Association Creative Scholarship Award for his study The Harlem Renaissance in Literary History, published in CLA Journal.
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