Cyberpunk: Independence

Night City, 2045. In the scrappy neighborhood of Letitia Heights, the only people you can (maybe) depend on are your neighbors—especially when the corp that runs the place does exactly squat to keep robbery, assault, and other crimes at bay.

So when one of Tab’s tenant mentions families going hungry a couple blocks over, a crew of neighbors and (not exactly) friends gather to get their food back—sparking a chain of events with explosive consequences.

Cyberpunk: Independence is a Cyberpunk RED actual play podcast from the mind of Storyteller Emma Wakelin, produced by Fort Nerd. Season Two stars Amy Lynn Dzura as Tab, Feliza Casano as Alleycat, Kris Siddiqi as Slyxx, and Gary Milakovic as Balzac.



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Cyberpunk: Independence, Season 2

“The most important thing for being a Fixer? Don’t ask too many questions about the job, the client, or the merchandise.”


Alleycat first showed up in Letita Heights a few years ago, more or less exactly like her namesake: she was just there one day and seemed to be everywhere, showing up at the right places at the right time with exactly the right Tech equipment for anyone who needed it. (Even if she had no idea just what that Tech does.)

Like any self-respecting stray (or any decent Fixer), she knows better than to bite the hand that feeds her—at least until she’s got a new food source lined up. Which means now that she’s doing well enough to set up shop in the abandoned sushi place on the first floor of Tab’s apartment building, she’s ready to leave ganger work behind her.

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