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I'm looking for full-text (or even better, image) spoilers for the old Shadowrun collectible card game (interchangeably known as Shadowrun TCG or CCG). Basically, I'm looking for a list of all the cards, plus their rules in one convenient package.

There used to be a Geocities site that had them, but the site is long gone now, so I wondered if anyone knows of another site that might have them. I've done a fair amount of searching, and nothing has come up yet, for what it's worth.

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Here's one link to start you on your way: a full text spoiler in PDF for the "Underworld" expansion, which was the only one released for the game.

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@Jadsac -- Yeah, I should have mentioned that was the one thing I did find. I'm more interested in the core set than the Underworld set. I think I might have found something, I'll update later – LittleBobbyTables Dec 5 '10 at 16:31
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It's not exactly what I'm looking for (I was preferring some sort of spreadsheet or document), but a software program called Card Vault (which allows you to create deck lists for games) has a Shadowrun module which can be downloaded here.

The program allows you to download small images of the cards, and has spoilers for the core set, 2nd print, Underworld expansion, plus promos. I've seen a few typos, and some incorrect rarities, but the overall it's pretty solid.

I might make an Excel spreadsheet and/or XML and/or Word document spoiler based on this, and if I do, I'll update the answer here with a link here.

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