Lots of places with wonderful content.


First and foremost these are sites of the companies that produce Cyberpunk style table top games.

R. Talsorian Games produced the original Cyberpunk 2013, 2020 (and V3, but we won’t hold that against them).  Maximum Mike and his crew have also produced a horde of other fantastic games, give them a look!

Shadowrun is a good mix of cyberpunk and magic.  Fans have also kept this game alive and deserves your attention.

Iron Crown Enterprises produced a wonderful game called Cyberspace.  Copies are around and it is filled with wonderful content and story ideas.


Again, I would like to thank Javier Bordon, Artist, Illustrator and Filmmaker, who has given us permission to use his work to grace the pages of his website.  Check out his work at:

Velvet Hurricane: The Art of Javier Bordon, Illustration & Comics
and his page, Fire Walk with Me, on deviantArt at: Javier Bordon on deviantArt 


There are four Cyberpunk Forums that you should give a look at:

Views From the Edge is one of the oldest and best around.  Many of the Adventures posted here are also located there too.

Tabletop Wisdom 000 is a blog/board attached to the Datafortress 2020 site (more on that below) and definitely deserves your attention.

Karsten’s Cyberpunk 2020 blog is a German site that has been around a long time and is chock full of interesting and useful content.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a new video game in development and has a good and informative forum.


Here are a few good Cyberpunk sites that are useful to those interested in the genre

Datafortress 2020 is by far the absolute best Cyberpunk website on the NET.  Wisdom 000 has collected the most extensive collection of information related to the Cyberpunk genre and put it all in one place.  Also, try out his Interlock Unlimited gaming system.  It has been honed over the years to give the players a smooth and rich gaming experience without sacrificing any of the detail.

Cyberpunk 2021 is one of my personal favorites.  It is often updated and has one of the most extensive galleries of Cyberpunk Art.

Rust Never Sleeps is a Cyberpunk NET book on the Paper Dragon Site.  It contains a lot of useful information and a few city books.

Mockery’s Cyberpunk 2020 is also an useful site and deserves a look see.


These last two sites are kind of specialized, but I find myself referencing them often when creating my gaming adventures:

The Goon Generator for Cyberpunk 2020 is where I like to pull my ‘crunchies’ from.  If you need to whip up a quick batch of ‘bad guys’ this is the place.  Sometimes the gear is a little off, but who cares.  I copy and past them into a word document (landscape alignment is best) and then you can do a few edits.

Kate Monk’s Onomastikon is the place to go for names of PCs and NPCs from around the world.  Let’s face it we’ve all sat there trying to think up names for our story’s heroes and villains.  This is the place to go when its getting late and your mind is a bit burned out!

OK, I’ll add more as I remember them or people call me on my egregious omissions.