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'''Patrick Goodman''' was a billionaire industrialist, and the Founder & CEO of [[Cavalier Arms]] Limited. As of February 2061, [[Novatech]] owned 79% of the company while Goodman retained 21%.<ref>''Corporate Download'' (1999) page 70.</ref>
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'''Patrick Goodman''' was a billionaire industrialist, and the Founder & CEO of [[Cavalier Arms]] Limited. As of February 2061, [[Novatech]] owned 79% of the company while Goodman retained 21%.<ref>{{Src|cd}} p.70</ref>
   
Goodman was a member of the [[Sons of the Alamo]] policlub and helped fund the [[Azziewatch]] data haven. On 23 June 2063, he was found dead in his home. While [[Lone Star]] arrested [[Kane Heavy Industries]] CEO [[Alexander Kane]] for the murder. Novatech and the CAS did not think Kane was responsible, hinting that an [[Aztlan]] connection should be investigated.<ref>''State of the Art, 2064'' (2004) page 147.</ref>
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Goodman was a member of the [[Sons of the Alamo]] policlub and helped fund the [[Azziewatch]] data haven. On 23 June 2063, he was found dead in his home. While [[Lone Star]] arrested [[Kane Heavy Industries]] CEO [[Alexander Kane]] for the murder. Novatech and the CAS did not think Kane was responsible, hinting that an [[Aztlan]] connection should be investigated.<ref>{{Src|sota64}} p.147</ref>
   
==Background==
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==References==
 
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The real '''Patrick Goodman''' (born 2 April 1966, [[wikipedia:Amarillo, Texas|Amarillo, Texas]]) has been a Shadowrun author since 1999.
 
   
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==Index==
===Shadowrun work===
 
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*{{srcx|1}} {{src|cd}}, 70
* "How much did you say he weighed?" (v3.0) ''The Shadowrun Supplemental'' #9 (Feb. 1999)
 
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*{{src|sota64}}, 147
* ''Man & Machine'' (1999) playtesting
 
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*{{srcx|1}} {{src|t:m}}, 38
* ''Cannon Companion'' (2000) Additional Information
 
* ''Matrix'' (2000) playtesting
 
* ''Target: Matrix'' (2000) Writing: “Data Havens: Azziewatch” and “Hosts: Lone Star”
 
* “How Much Did You Say He Weighed?” (v3.1) ''The Shadowrun Supplemental'' #13 (Feb. 2001)
 
* ''Rigger 3'' (2001) playtesting
 
* ''Year of the Comet'' (2003) Writing
 
** "Meet the New Boss" (2003) Written with [[Elissa Carey]] ([http://azziewatch.patrickgoodman.org/documents/mtnb-final.pdf PDF])
 
* ''State of the Art: 2064'' (2004) Writing: “Culture Shock”
 
* ''Running Wild'' (2009) Writing: “The infected” (and additional materiel below)
 
** "[http://forums.dumpshock.com/index.php?showtopic=30568&st=0&p=911857&#entry911857 Jabberwock]" (8 Apr 2010)
 
** "[http://forums.dumpshock.com/index.php?showtopic=30611 Infected Heights and Weights]" (10 Apr 2010)
 
** "[http://forums.dumpshock.com/index.php?showtopic=30818 SR3 Stats for New Infected]" (21 Apr 2010)
 
** [[Gnawer]], [[Grendel]], [[Harvester]], [[Jabberwock]]
 
   
==Sources==
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==External links==
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*{{Shadowiki|Patrick_Goodman_(CEO)|Patrick Goodman, CEO}}
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* [http://azziewatch.patrickgoodman.org/ Azziewatch] – Goodman's Shadowrun page
 
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[[Category:Corporate executives]]
* [http://rpggeek.com/rpgdesigner/21157/patrick-goodman Patrick Goodman] at RPG Geek
 
 
[[Category:People of 2050s]]
* [http://mapage.noos.fr/thehelix/inside/pgoodman.htm Patrick Goodman] (2001 interview) ([http://replay.web.archive.org/20040204055243/http://mapage.noos.fr/thehelix/inside/pgoodman.htm archive])
 
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[[Category:People of 2060s]]
* ''The Shadowrun Supplemental'' ([http://replay.web.archive.org/20090601185836/http://tss.dumpshock.com/download.html archive] at the Internet Archive)
 
[[Category:Non-player characters]]
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[[Category:Policlub members]]
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[[Category:Authors]]
 
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Latest revision as of 21:39, 23 February 2017

Patrick Goodman was a billionaire industrialist, and the Founder & CEO of Cavalier Arms Limited. As of February 2061, Novatech owned 79% of the company while Goodman retained 21%.[1]

Goodman was a member of the Sons of the Alamo policlub and helped fund the Azziewatch data haven. On 23 June 2063, he was found dead in his home. While Lone Star arrested Kane Heavy Industries CEO Alexander Kane for the murder. Novatech and the CAS did not think Kane was responsible, hinting that an Aztlan connection should be investigated.[2]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. o79645619Corporate Download p.70
  2. o75212693State of the Art: 2064 p.147

Index[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

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