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© by Ramses Revengeday


Sine had always been a techie at heart. From a young age, she had a fascination with Cyber-decks and the power they held. Growing up in Night City, a place where capitalism ran rampant and the rich got richer, Sine couldn't help but feel a sense of injustice. She knew that the only way to fight back was to use her skills to make a statement.

Sine spent her days working as a netrunner for a small tech company, but her true passion was hacking billboards. She would spend hours on end scanning the networks of the big corporations, looking for vulnerabilities to exploit. When she found one, she would hack into the billboard's system and replace the ads with her own.

At first, Sine's fake ads were small and harmless. She would replace an ad for a luxury car with a message about the dangers of materialism or an ad for a new Cyber-Implant with a message about the environmental impact of e-waste. But as time went on, Sine's message became bolder.

One day, Sine hacked into the billboard of a major banking corporation. The billboard displayed an ad for a new credit card, promising endless rewards and benefits. Sine replaced the ad with a message that read: "Capitalism only benefits the rich. The rest of us are left with debt and despair."

The ad went viral. People all over Night City were sharing it on social media, and soon it was even featured on the nightly news. The banking corporation was furious and threatened to sue, but Sine was one step ahead. She had covered her tracks well and knew that they would never be able to trace the hack back to her.

Sine's message against capitalism continued to spread, and she became somewhat of a folk hero in Night City. People would eagerly await her next hack, wondering what she would come up with next. Sine knew that she was making a difference, even if it was just a small one.

Eventually, Sine's fame caught up with her. The corporations had had enough and put a bounty on her head. Sine knew that it was time to lay low, but she also knew that she couldn't stop fighting. She continued to hack billboards from the shadows, spreading her message of anti-capitalism and hope. She was Sine, the netrunner, and she was not done yet.

I have recreated my own interpretation of Night City and Cyberpunk (by CD Projekt Red) and am making it available for non-commercial use as a fan project. CD Projekt®, Cyberpunk®, Cyberpunk 2077®, Night City®, are registered trademarks of CD Projekt S.A. © 2020 CD Projekt S.A. All rights reserved. All other copyrights and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Mastodon