|j||Johnny||1h||New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.|
|-||Kiwi||20s||I guess there's always something killing me.|
|-||Adriane||4h||@invis isn't the biz!|
|-||Shunbun||8h||drawing and making music. Hustling.|
|And 18 more hiding and/or disguised|
Getting around by foot can be a drag. It takes forever to work your way through the throngs of pedestrians and the mag-lev can take forever if you catch it at the wrong time. Of course, getting ahold of your own wheels (vector thrust nozzles?) can be expensive. Maybe you can get ahold of someone elses?
All vehicles have defined parts that can take damage according to driving/flying conditions and the driver/pilots ability at controlling the craft in those conditions. Vehicles need to get repaired, parts can be upgraded, and you can even repaint your craft.
It's 85 years in the future, so we've moved on a little bit from traditional petrol. Ethicol-powered fully-enclosed ground automobiles dominate the roadways within the self-sufficient mega city.traditional ground automobiles include:
Motorcycles are quite distinct from vehicles you sit inside, but the basic concept of a ridden vehicle enables everything from a motorcycle to a skateboard. Today we have cool motorcycles, but we plan to have all sorts of ridden vehicles one day.
Exotic military grade vehicles have been spotted from time to time within and around the city. Its rumored that individual corporations have their own variations on Armored Personnel Carriers fitted for electronic warfare and mechanized walker units called Ingrams equipped with advanced crowd-control systems.
The future finally brought us flying cars and you're still in control! Climb aboard, power up your flight computer and take-off for the skies of Withmore City and beyond. Navigating 3D space in a text-based game is a challenge, but some pilots get quite adept at routes through the crowded smog-filled spaces between each massive platform that defines each sector of our metropolis.flying vehicles include:
Only the rarest of flightcraft are capable of sufficient thrust to climb high enough and fast enough to escape the bounds of Earth's gravity well. Ticket prices can quite literally be astronomical, but maybe a captain needs a crew in exchange for giving you a ride?
Computer-controlled vector-thrust changed flying forever and over the years, a lot of effort has gone into creative flightcraft. Exotic flying airships modeled after chinese junks and menacing armored dropships have been seen moving among the towers of the city, their decks laden with cargo.