This vast library of homebrew items provides a variety of interesting, unique or specialized items for use in Cyberpunk Red.
While I try to write rules in a way that makes each items usable on its own, I sometimes also take the opportunity to develop new systems that influence many items in a category.
These optional systems are available here for you to read.
If you do not wish to use these systems, each article also starts with a description of how to use the rules of the items without using these homebrew systems.
My in-universe gimmick is pretty fun, but it makes it a bit difficult to figure out how this resource should be utilized in your own game. In this article, I explain how to understand this resource, how to best present this resource to your players and how to integrate these systems in your own game.
Cyberpunk Red understands drones as a defensive tool, used by enemies. This understanding is useful, but makes it very difficult for PCs who are not netrunners to use these drones.
The Drones available in the NetShop use expanded rules to allow players and enemy NPCs to use drones in other context, as well as introduce new advantages and drawbacks to the use of drones.
I attempt to expand the attachment choices available to players. This article covers my reasoning on the decisions I took while creating these weapon attachments and provides the generic version of these items.
These weapon attachments are available in the NetShop.
The NetShop features all of the homebrew items from the WinterTech Supplement, a catalogue of inventions by the passionate GMs and Players of the Red Winter Discord community.
Download the original supplement PDF and learn more about Red Winter here.
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