In August 2021 we presented the all-new Shadowrun Sixth World Stories, featuring ebooks of the Sixth Edition rulebook, Beginner Box, and recent fiction for Shadowrun, the cyberpunk-fantasy RPG from Catalyst Game Labs. Celebrating Shadowrun‘s 30th anniversary, the 2019 Sixth World edition is easier to learn and play than ever, yet still offers the depth that is key to the Shadowrun experience. Design exactly the character you want. Fast gameplay and conflict resolution keep the game moving. The rules are built around gaining advantage and taking risks, building to spectacular moments. And this offer let you tour the 6E setting of the year 2080 with 2,800 pages of Awakened fiction.
There were five titles in our Sixth World Sampler (retail value $26), including DRM-free .PDFs of the complete Shadowrun Sixth World Beginner Box that gets you shadowrunning at top speed, plus four anthologies of Shadowrun fiction (presented in both Kindle and ePub versions) by dozens of authors: Spells and Chrome, World of Shadows, Sprawl Stories, and Drawing Destiny.
Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire Runner Compendium with nine more titles worth an additional $50, including the complete 322-page Shadowrun, Sixth World Core Rulebook with the Sixth Edition rules in .PDF (plus an “enhanced fiction” short story with SR6 game stats, Adversary); and both Kindle and ePub versions of seven recent full-length novels: Shaken and Chaser by Russell Zimmerman; The Frame Job (a compilation of six novellas); The Johnson Run by Kai O’connal; Makeda Red by Jennifer Brozek; Tower of the Scorpion, by Mel Odom; and Undershadows by Shadowrun line developer Jason M. Hardy.
Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to this Shadowrun fiction offer’s designated charity, the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America promote science fiction and fantasy writing and empower its writers. SFWA hosts the prestigious Nebula Awards, assists members in legal disputes, runs a Speakers Bureau, and administers grants to SFF organizations and members facing medical or legal expenses.