Put together these cheatsheets for Cyberpunk red to make running the game easier
My 2 page version of the Cyberpunk Red Character sheet.
Update: I had some problems with the fillable fields, but that should now be fixed. Thanks to those who pointed it out.
These are for the Fast And Dirty Expendables (FADE) in Cyberpunk Red.
Use for Whatever…
A friend asked me to create an Encounter sheet for his D&D game. So I had a quick hunt around for appropriate resources and assembled the following sheet. There are 3 versions up on DriveThruRPG.
During the process I found some useful D&D fonts;
This is a basic font to map out subnets for Cyberpunk 2020. The lowercase is all of the old classic icons Netrunning section of the Core Rules, while the uppercase takes inspiration from Sector 34. All the glyphs have been created by me and are offered here with a CC-BY-SA license.
After watching Seth Skorkowsky’s Cyberpunk 2020 -RPG Review 2.0, I found it necessary to put together an updated version of the Character sheet.
Luckily, I’d been working on something similar for a homebrew and I had most of this kicking about. So with a few quick changes for the stats & skill list, I’ve backported this character sheet to the Cyberpunk 2020 era.
The logo is adapted from the new Cyberpunk 2077 computer game and the font is Cyberpunk is Not Dead. The text is straight from the original character sheet, although I did add Seth’s sections for vehicles & clothing.
Also here’s Seth’s review on one of the best games systems I’ve ever played as it strikes the balance between realism and playability. Sadly, the tech of the world has not aged well with its FAX machines and archaic ideas around the Internet.
I’ve started working on a combat summary for players of Cyberpunk 2020.
I used the details from the Cyberpunk 2020 Reference Book (Version 5). It collects together information from a range of Cyberpunk 2020 books. I copied the 3 column layout from the Cyberpunk 2020 Core rulebook adding a few details of my own. Finally, I added a bloody fingerprint, some splatters and the iBorg image by zoopee for a bit of extra flavor.
The Cyberpunk 2020 Reference Book (Version 5) has been available on the net for many years. It has been collated by Andrew James of http://www.node16.co.uk/ However, the Ref Book was last updated was in 2002 and website looks out of date. I have found an online copy of it for this post (https://img.fireden.net/tg/image/1452/60/1452607540655.pdf ), but any search for “Cyberpunk 2020 Reference Book, Version 5” should turn it up.