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See also Convention Book: Progenitors (revised edition)
04201
Written by: Edward (Ehrik) Winters and Judith A. McLaughlin, M.S. Human Genetics
Additional Material by:
Development: Phil Brucato
Editing: Robert Hatch
Art Direction: Richard Thomas
Art: Dan Smith, Lawrence Allen Williams, Chris DiNardo, Eric Hotz, Joshua Gabriel Timbrook
Cover Art: Kevin Murphy
Typesetting and Layout: Sam Chupp
Logo and Back Cover Design: Michelle Prahler
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: December 1993
Pages: 64
Publication #: WW 04201
Reference #: ISBN 1-56504-111-9
Online: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-rpg
Price: PDF: $10.00

Technocracy: Progenitors is the first sourcebook about a Convention of the Technocracy from Mage: The Ascension. It was later added to the Technocracy Assembled 1 compendium.

The revised edition is called Convention Book: Progenitors.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

Masters of the Body...
The Progenitors, life-shapers of the Technocracy, wage a shadowy war to shape reality for the common good. To this end, they poison foods, create clones, spawn monstrosities and warp both themselves and others, inside and out.
...Monsters of the Soul.
Technocracy: Progenitors is a Convention sourcebook for Mage: The Ascension covering the hierarchies, methodologies, tools and tactics of the genetic wizards. It includes:
  • An apprentice's journal, following his progress through Progenitor training
  • New spells, effects and devices for the Progenitors, and
  • A battle roster of Technomancers, agents, and gene-spliced monsters

ChaptersEdit

Book One: The Student's JournalEdit

Chapter One: The Doors OpenEdit

Chapter Two: The Maze of SecretsEdit

Book Two: SystemsEdit

Chapter Three: Order of BattleEdit

Chapter Four: Progenitor ConstructEdit

Suggested ReadingEdit

Background InformationEdit

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Memorable QuotesEdit

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CharactersEdit

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TerminologyEdit

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