084f2db8c6 In contrast to the takes on riggers of previous editions, this book feels more like an organic component of the main game, less like an add-on. Lots of vehicles and drones. As a whole, though, this section does provide a lot of the cool modifications you want. But the good news does not stop there! Other good news: To be absolutely clear, we are breaking the rigger curse with this book. This review was gifted to me for the purpose of a prioritized review by my faithful patreons. The lack of an index in this book further hurts it in the comfort department to a certain extent - not enough to seriously tarnish the book, but enough so that I can understand the people complaining about this book's flaws. In earlier editions, the rigger book usually included heavy vehicle weapons like autocannons. Its packed full of rigging goodnessa dozen new aircraft, about two dozen watercraft, more than sixtysixty!groundcraft, and about as many drones as groundcraft.
A small message is added to the bottom of each page of the document containing your name and the order number of your eBook purchase. Before Christmas, which had in the meantime come and gone. A metter of taste and perhaps final note should be given on the sequence of chapters - personally, I think the organization, already an issue in quite a few Shadowrun-books, could have been a bit clearer, since we first get vehicles, then drones, then modifications - personally, I would have considered general rules for drones and vehicles, then a list of the respective vehicles and drones and then a chapter on modifications to be a more didactically prudent way to showcase the material - from the general to the specific.but that, ultimately, is a halfway personal gripe. Click here for more details. The book also has several diverse options to enhance the driving rules with nuances regarding terrain, speed and control and the book concludes with a massive array of diverse tables that collate the numerous vehicles for your perusal. So yeah, I'm very much accustomed to the German Shadowrun rules, but, for the purpose of this review, dug out the English rules and began digesting them; after all, this review tackles the English version of Rigger 5.0. That being said, after 4th edition (let's just pretend that didn't happen, all right?), 5th edition seems to have streamlined a lot of the issues and reduced them, at least a bit.