|c||MirageGM||49s||The original cryptid.|
|j||Johnny||12m||New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.|
|a||Mench||33m||Doing a bit of everything.|
|j||Fengshui||2h||http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00M0DV5IQ <- My Book|
|-||Ryuzaki4Days||2m||Take drugs. Kill a bear.|
|And 25 more hiding and/or disguised|
Altered Carbon is an American cyberpunk television series created by Laeta Kalogridis and based on the 2002 novel of the same title by English author Richard K. Morgan. In a world where consciousness can be transferred to different bodies, Takeshi Kovacs, a former soldier turned investigator, must solve a murder.
Weird City is set in the near future in the city of Weird, which has been physically divided into two halves and segregated by economic class: Above The Line, populated by Haves, and Below The Line, populated by Have-Nots. Each episode follows different individuals as they navigate life in the city.
The series takes place in a dystopian Milwaukee in the year 2074, where many countries have gone bankrupt due to a number of crises and climate change. In the absence of effective government, powerful multinational corporations have become de facto governments, controlling areas called Green Zones. The remaining territories are called Red Zones, where governance is weak or non-existent.
In a post-apocalyptic world approximately 500 years in the future, war has left civilization in ruins. Some elements of technology, such as electricity and ground vehicles, have survived the apocalypse but society now shuns guns, leading to a reliance on melee weaponry and crossbows. In a territory known as the Badlands, encompassing several states located between the Rocky Mountains and Mississippi River, a feudal society has developed to fill the power vacuum left by the war.
City Protective Services (CPS) law enforcement officer Kiera Cameron lives with her husband and son in 2077-era Vancouver under the corporatocratic and oligarchic dystopia of the North American Union and its Corporate Congress, a technologically advanced high-surveillance police state. When a group of self-proclaimed freedom fighters known as Liber8 escape execution by fleeing to the year 2012, Kiera is involuntarily transported with them.
The series is set in a post-apocalyptic, utopian future. After an ecological disaster thousands of years prior rendered the outside world inhospitable towards life, domed cities were built as safe havens for the population. Inside these domes, one of which is Romdeau city (where the series takes in), humans and androids called AutoReivs coexist peacefully.
Psycho-Pass is set in a futuristic Japan where the Sibyl System, a powerful bio-mechanical computer network in which it uses the minds of Criminally Asymptomatic brains to endlessly measures the biometrics of Japanese citizens' brains and mentalities using a cymatic scan. The resulting assessment is called a Psycho-Pass, which includes a numeric Crime Coefficient index, revealing the citizen's criminality potential, and a color-coded Hue, alerting law enforcement to other data, as well as the improvement or decline of said Psycho-Pass.
In 2048, the uncontrollable evolution of science and technology has caused crime rates to rise an astounding 400%. To combat this, the overwhelmed police force has implemented a new policy: every human police officer is paired with a lifelike combat-model android. John Kennex (Karl Urban), a troubled detective, has a reason to hate these new robot partners.
on Flux is set in a surreal German Expressionist style futuristic universe of the year 7698 AD, on Flux comprised a post-apocalyptic dystopian world of mutant creatures, clones, and robots within the last two border wall cities of Monica and Bregna (similar to the Berlin wall) somewhere in formerly Eastern Europe after an environmental catastrophe that wiped out 99 percent of the global population.
The series begins in late 2032, seven years after the Second Great Kanto earthquake has split Tokyo geographically and culturally in two. During the first episode, disparities in wealth are shown to be more pronounced than in previous periods in post-war Japan. The main adversary is Genom, a megacorporation with immense power and global influence.
The story follows Echo (Eliza Dushku), a doll or Active for the Los Angeles Dollhouse, one of several facilities, called Houses, run by a company which hires out human beings to wealthy clients. These engagements range from romantic interludes to high-risk criminal enterprises. Each Active has their original memories wiped and exists in a childlike blank state until programmed via the insertion of new memories and personalities for each mission.
Primarily set in the mid-twenty-first century in the fictional Japanese city of Niihama, Niihama Prefecture, otherwise known as New Port City, the manga and the many anime adaptations follow the members of Public Security Section 9, a task-force consisting of various professionals at solving and preventing crime, mostly with some sort of police background.
In 2071, roughly fifty years after an accident with a hyperspace gateway made the Earth almost uninhabitable, humanity has colonized most of the rocky planets and moons of the Solar System. Amid a rising crime rate, the Inter Solar System Police (ISSP) set up a legalized contract system, in which registered bounty hunters (also referred to as Cowboys) chase criminals and bring them in alive in return for a reward.
Electric Dreams, is a science fiction television anthology series based on the works of Philip K. Dick. The series consists of ten standalone 50-minute episodes based on Dick's work, written by British and American writers.
ROSE is an epic sci-fi short film that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where all natural life has disappeared. From the destruction awakes Rose, a cyborg deployed from the Kernel project, mankind's last attempt to restore the earth's ecosystem. Rose will soon learn that she is not the only entity that has awakened and must fight for her survival. Created by Jesus Orellana