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    So here's my entry - well, not the proper entry, but all the sketches I came up with up until now (took like... I don't know... one hour to design the concept and draw these sketches).

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    #"It is the early sixties - the twenty sixties, that is! An old gas station/motel/garage complex along a well-travelled highway has recently reopened under new owners, now labelled "Big Easy Station", where truckers and regular drivers can get fuel, groceries, rest, or their cars fixed. These services are provided by people (mostly norms, but at least one meta of each kind) which have already been credited for their friendliness - a rare feature these days! So whenever you're heading from Frankfurt to the northern AGS regions, feel free to stop there. I once did, and it convinced me to do so again, and again, and again. And now for something completely..."#

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    (hee hee--this is going to be great! Nice concept!)
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    Thanks. The biggest task left is to get some graph paper and put all those pieces together. I'll most likely end up with a whole of three maps: Basement, Pavement, Upper Level. There are no gimmick-maps (like air conditioning ducts) to be expected, this may be Shadowrun, but it's not a corporate enclave.

    Oh, and that sentence on the second picture, it's Old English, from Beowulf.
    "Com on wanre night / scrithan sceadugenga"
    It's only two half lines, but it's there for the word sceadugenga [pronounced sheadu...], because that, at least in my opinion, could be translated into shadowrunner. ;-)
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