F.A.T.E. Chapter 1
- Session 1: The Missing Scientist
- Session 2: Golden Gate Heist
- Session 3: Even Secrets Can't Escape
- Session 4: Bite the Hand That Feeds
- Session 5: The Grinch Who Stole Mana
- Session 6: Ellison's New Year's Ball
- Session 7: Happy New Year!
- Session 8: Pandemonium At The Harvest
- Session 9: Pandemonium At The Harvest, Part II
- Session 10: Calling Vincent White
- Session 11: Shifting Sands
- Session 12: Shifting Sands, Part II
- Session 13: Pirates!?
- Session 14: Behind the Dagger
- Session 15: Reactor No. 1
- Session 16: Reactor No. 2
- Session 17: April Fools
- Session 18: The Honeypot
- Session 19: Out of Their League
- Session 20: Paranormal Phenomena
- Session 21: Beyond Reality
F.A.T.E. Chapter 2
- Session 22: Nippon Teikoku e Youkoso
- Session 23: Rift Closed, Another Opened
- Session 24: F.A.T.E. Unravels
- Session 25: Hotel California
- Session 26: Welcome Home
- Session 27: New Beginnings
- Chapter 2 Conclusion: Old Friends
F.A.T.E. Chapter 3
- A Cell Without Bars (Author: Tony)
- Eureka (Author: Brian)
- Institutionalized into Society (Author: Tony)
- Light Sleeper (Author: Brian)
- Lucas Valley Evacuation Zone (Author: Brian)
- Making a Run for It (Author: Tony)
- Shadowrun: Old Friends (Author: Tony)
- Shadowrun: Prelude (Author Tony)
The (New) Organization
More to come on this obviously.
The (Old) Organization
The Federal Agency for Thaumaturgic Exploration, or F.A.T.E., is a division of the California Department of Homeland Security (CDHS) founded in 2069. It is responsible for the investigation of unexplained phenomena usually related to Awakened activity, advanced technology, or both. It is administered by J.P. Redman, a former U.S. marine and former Director of Intelligence of the California Intelligence Agency. The division is largely autonomous from the rest of the CFS government, though from time to time it enlists the help of the CDHS or CIA for additional manpower or investigative assistance.
Due to the highly important (and highly classified) nature of their work, their budget is largely a blank check -- however their source of funding is unknown.
- F.A.T.E. HQ - F.A.T.E.'s headquarters in San Francisco.
- F.A.T.E. Sacramento - F.A.T.E.'s branch office in CFS capitol, Sacramento.
- F.A.T.E. Supply Closet - A comprehensive list of items at our disposal available within F.A.T.E.'s HQ or easily obtainable. F.A.T.E. tracks items bought in previous missions as well as loot from missions where the agents return with more than they left with. (And don't keep them for themselves) Van is generally in charge of inventory though officially Mr. Redman keeps the budget.
- F.A.T.E. Garage - A list of vehicles, drones, and aircraft owned by F.A.T.E. Van is kept busy repairing, modifying, upgrading, and tweaking the vehicles for specific assignments.
- F.A.T.E. Employee of the Month - F.A.T.E.'s monthly award for going above and beyond the call of duty.
- F.A.T.E. Timeline - A chronological bulleted list of activities surrounding F.A.T.E. and its agents.
- F.A.T.E. Future Missions - A discussion of potential or upcoming missions.
- Anastasia Ellison (Player: Brian)
- Dmitri (Player: Brian)
- Eric Black (Player: Dan)
- Gideon Wexler (Player: Tony)
- Hector Radcliffe (Player: Brian)
- Kumiko Nakamura (Player: Tony)
- Oni (Player: Dan)
- Barry Stearns (F.A.T.E. Sacramento's Leader)
- Desmond Sands (F.A.T.E. Sacramento's Top Agent)
- Evander Radcliffe (Mechanic)
- J.P. Redman (Director of F.A.T.E.)
- Kefeng Yau (F.A.T.E.'s Chief Scientist)
- California Freestate Setting Information
- Shadowrun: Combat Notes
- Shadowrun: Matrix Notes
- Shadowrun Music
- Active Skills List
- Blank Shadowrun Character Sheet
- Map of North America Circa 2070
- Map of Asia Circa 2070
- Dumpshock Forums
- Sixth World Wiki
- Glitch Percentages
- Shadowrun PC Quick Reference
- Shadowrun: House Rules