You may be dragging old furniture to the curb for the annual big item trash pick-up but you can still read From the Screamsheets, our weekly spotlight on R. Talsorian Games news.
We’re doing an abbreviated From the Screamsheets this week because at the moment, the R. Talsorian Games crew is super busy packing for a trip. Don’t worry, though, we’ll still have the trivia contest!
Here we go!
In case you didn’t know, every day during 2019 we are/will be posting a fact about the Cyberpunk 2020 universe. We recently hit our hundredth fact! You can find these posts on our various social media accounts as well as here in a gallery on our site!
The Book of (Scaly) Tales
James Hutt, adventure writer extraordinaire, gives us a peek from our upcoming The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game adventure expansion, The Book of Tales. What does the peek involve? Let’s just say we could name one of the critters revealed “Pikachu” and it would make sense…
The Trivia Contest!
And, finally, our weekly trivia contest!
At the end of each From the Screamsheets, we ask a trivia question and invite people to send in their answers. From the correct answers received, we randomly pick one winner to receive one currently published R. Talsorian Games PDF of their choice. Last week’s question:
Cyberpunk 2020 may well be one of the few tabletop RPGs ever to have a licensed soundtrack. What was the name of the album and who was the composer?
Answer: Night City Trax by Erich Izdepski
This week’s winner is Raul Gonzalo, who will be receiving a PDF copy of Cyberpunk 2020!
Onto this week’s question!
Cody Pondsmith, our General Manager and lead developer of The Witcher Tabletop Roleplaying Game line was born in the 1990s. In fact, his birth was announced in a Cyberpunk 2020 supplement. Which book was Cody’s birth announced in?
If you think you know the answer, fill out the form below! We’ll pick one winner at random from all the correct answers and send them their PDF of choice. Please remember, only PDFs currently for sale can be chosen as a prize.
That’s it for this week! We’ll see everyone next weekend. Until then, keep your sword sharp and stay safe on the streets!