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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious missions for your trouble shooters, September 13, 2009
This review is from: Paranoia - Sector Zero (Paperback)
The 3 adventures in this book are the perfect mix pf hilarious and dangerous for any Paranoia adventure.
These missions are designed to be used as punishment duty for your trouble shooters, but in case your team hasn't done anything QUITE that bad (yet) then it offers other reasons for them to go on the missions. Like revenge from a higher level person they have wronged, or a rival trouble shooter team placing the blame.

The missions range from trying to set a table (for those not familiar with Paranoia, this too can be deadly), fighting hulk-sized children or even (gasp) going outside.

My personal favorite part is when the trouble shooters are tested by showing them vague, blurry and sometimes repeated images and they have to choose Protect, Report or Destroy. The test is timed, so the last person the shout out the answer looses points. If you score too low, well... no one score too high on it anyways.

Great addition for any Paranoia game. The computer would be pleased.
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Paranoia - Sector Zero
Paranoia - Sector Zero by Gareth Hanrahan (Paperback - October 31, 2006)
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