That supplement being a more down-to-earth depiction of people in Eclipse Phase. Most of the stuff we have is from adventures in Firewall, or mercenary work, or gatecrashing, or other high action, high intrigue activities. Don't get me wrong, we've definitely had stuff on transhuman fashion, cultures, and little everyday details that makes them come to life. But I'd like to see more stuff from the perspective of people that aren't risking their lives everyday. Some hypercorp middle manager who isn't doing risky experiments on exsurgents or busting Barsoomian saboteurs, but just doing his job and interacting with his fellow employees. Or a member of the Titanian Plurality going about her everyday things to do, rather than scheming with/against Firewall agents or investigating mysteries in Iapetus. Or, just describe the average day in a Martian souk, or Lunar city, or any number of habitats in the outer system that aren't utterly bizarre like Meathab. A lot of written characters in Eclipse Phase seem to be almost alien in mindset compared to people from the 21st century, implementing bizarre transhuman weirdness in their personality, mindset and goals. Exceptions exist, of course, and I'm not saying these are "bad" characters---but I feel like they really don't allow players to easily get different perspectives on the setting without already being familiar with it, or familiar with transhumanism in general. But then, most of them are Firewall agents, so maybe that explains it. "After the Fall" started down something like this, so did the Morph Recognition Guide and parts of Panopticon. But I'd still like to see more slice of life stuff overall. Maybe in Panopticon, Volume II?
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