Pyramid: Previous 'Future' Issues

The third volume of Pyramid often thought to the future – literally! – with an issue devoted to space or futuristic gaming. (In GURPS terms, this is anything from late TL8 and beyond.) This includes genres such as post-apocalypse or space opera, focussed topics like space colonies, and useful sci-fi gaming resources (who can't use more future technology?). This category is also where you'll find issues devoted to our futuristic settings, such as Transhuman Space.

Pyramid #3/12: Tech and Toys

Pyramid #3/12: Tech and Toys (October 2009)

This issue gives you a plethora of "Tech and Toys." This futuristic issue includes "More Ultra! More Tech!," with dozens of new items and options that expand on GURPS Ultra-Tech. New defensive possibilities! More weapons! Improved equipment!

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Pyramid #3/09: Space Opera

Pyramid #3/09: Space Opera (July 2009)

The future never seemed so retro – this time, the theme is "Space Opera!" In this issue, you can threaten interstellar peace with four cosmos-concerning contraptions in "Doomsday Weapons." These generic devices come with adventure possibilities and can form the basis for a rousing space-opera tale, or even a campaign!

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Pyramid #3/06: Space Colony Alpha

Pyramid #3/06: Space Colony Alpha (April 2009)

This issue's theme is "Space Colony Alpha." In these 44 pages are tools, tips, and inspiration for any group of determined futurists looking to stake a claim on a distant world. Contents include "Surprises from Mother Nature" – four life forms that can present unique challenges for colonists. Each has GURPS stats, but is generic enough to plug into most space-faring games.

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Pyramid #3/03: Venturing Into the Badlands – Post-Apocalypse

Pyramid #3/03: Venturing Into the Badlands – Post-Apocalypse (January 2009)

This month's installment is entitled "Venturing Into the Badlands: Post-Apocalypse." It's 44 pages dedicated to the end times, and includes a description by Peter Dell'Orto (GURPS Martial Arts) and Sean Punch (GURPS Action) of "Deathball," the GURPS sport of the future!

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Sample Articles

What kind of articles were in sci-fi/futuristic issues of Pyramid? Try these sample articles and see!

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