Pyramid: Previous 'Present' Issues

About every third month, Pyramid focuses on a theme that is roughly "modern" – which includes today, the not-too-distant future, and the not-yet-forgotten past. (In GURPS terms, this is anything from TL5 to early TL8.) This is where any modern or near-modern genre material would be set, including supers, cliffhangers, and horror-based espionage. It also covers topics suitable for many types of gaming – genres such as martial arts, resources like cinematic locations, and settings such as Infinite Worlds.

Pyramid #3/08: Cliffhangers

Pyramid #3/08: Cliffhangers (June 2009)

This issue's theme is "Cliffhangers!" Travel back in time to the 1930s with 45 action-packed pages of pulse-pounding gaming goodness! Dust off your dossier with help from chisel-chinned GURPS mastermind Sean Punch's "Pulp Action!" Use the rules of GURPS Action in a cliffhanger campaign with these new and modified templates, lenses, and rules. After all, what are the pulps without Action?

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Pyramid #3/05: Horror & Spies

Pyramid #3/05: Horror & Spies (March 2009)

This month, we look at "Horror & Spies." Within the 40 pages uniting these two venerable genres, we look at GURPS Line Editor Sean Punch's "X-Terminators," new templates and lenses for GURPS Action that build on the roles found in GURPS Loadouts: Monster Hunters.

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Pyramid #3/02: Looks Like a Job for . . . Superheroes

Pyramid #3/02: Looks Like a Job for . . . Superheroes (December 2008)

This issue is called "Looks Like a Job for . . . Superheroes." Devoted to supers campaigns and four-color fun, it includes an extensive alternate history of the Russian supers program, from before the fall of the tsar to the death of Khrushchev. Learn why Soviet heroes are so secretive, so skittish, and sometimes seemingly insane!

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Sample Articles

What kind of articles are in issues of Pyramid with modern-era themes? Try these sample articles and see!

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