Reilley's Road Trip: A Neon Nights 1st Edition Expansion
“Ready for the road trip of your life? Head on down’ta reilleysroadtrip.jc/business to catch a ride today! Happy trailin’!” -Reilley Rodriguez, Founder and CEO of Reilley’s Road Trips
In the terrifying and barren landscape of the Great Wastes outside of Jeriko City, dangers surround you at every second. Whether it be monstrous mutants, ruthless raiders, or the scorching sun, the Great Wastes are an inhospitable place to travel…
Introducing Reilley’s Road Trips, an expansion to the hit cyberpunk tabletop roleplaying game Neon Nights: 1st Edition! In this expansion, you’ll explore…
- -The town of Rim’s Edge, the citadel for the heroic Waste Rangers who vow to protect the Great Wastes with either writ or revolver!
- -The Reclaimer Clan’s camp, a raider clan seeking to inherit the Great Wastes for their god, the very Sun itself!
- -The prolific Sharon’s Scrap Shop, filled with vehicles, items, and informational guides on repairing all items!
- -An abandoned battlefield fought between the armies of Jeriko City and Lin-Shei, and the peculiar faces found there!
- -The Old World, the supposed location of the nuclear apocalypse, housing the most terrifying creatures seen!
- -Reilley’s own shop!
In these locations, you’ll find exciting perks, powerful weapons, unique vehicles, a robust item modification system, and fascinating lore!
64 pages of AMAZING content all for FREE await you! Explore the Great Wastes with your friends today!
NOTE: This is an expansion for Neon Nights: 1st Edition. In order to use this expansion, you will need the base handbook to enjoy the game fully.
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