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Nov 23rd, 2015
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  1. $name: Cyberpunk Corporation Generator
  2. $author: ???
  3. $description: Originally designed for a rogue-like called "CyberRogue", this generator will create a corporation that you may use for any purpose. You can probably just copy and paste this into an existing setting and nobody would bat an eye.
  4. $amount: 1
  5. $button: Browse the prospectus...
  6.  
  7. //The data is licensed under the CC0 (public domain): https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
  8. //The generator is licensed under the Unlicense: http://unlicense.org/UNLICENSE
  9.  
  10. $title
  11. History of [corpname,#corp]
  12. Chronicles of [corpname,#corp]
  13. Expose of [corpname,#corp]
  14. Truth of [corpname,#corp]
  15. Understanding [corpname,#corp]
  16. Recontextualizing [corpname,#corp]
  17. The Rise and Fall of [corpname,#corp]
  18. Corporate Virtues in [corpname,#corp]
  19. Greed and Villiany in [corpname,#corp]
  20. Legacy of [corpname,#corp]
  21. Explaining [corpname,#corp]
  22. Society and [corpname,#corp]
  23. Reforming [corpname,#corp]
  24. Analyzing [corpname,#corp]
  25. Understanding [corpname,#corp]
  26. Discovering [corpname,#corp]
  27. The Dreams of [corpname,#corp]
  28.  
  29. $job
  30. a journalist
  31. a police officer
  32. a private detective
  33. a mercenary
  34. a former employee
  35. a historian
  36. a former Director
  37. a government official
  38. a former lobbyist
  39. a religious preacher
  40. an entrepreneur
  41.  
  42. $typeofbook
  43. blog
  44. Congressional report
  45. e-book
  46. memoir
  47. audiobook
  48. documentary
  49. podcast
  50. hardcover book
  51.  
  52. $reaction
  53. soon disappeared into obscurity.
  54. became an instant celebrity.
  55. 'disappeared' under unusual circumstances.
  56. was later arrested and found guilty of [crime].
  57. soon served as a consultant for law enforcement agencies.
  58. would be brutally assassinated by agents of [#corp].
  59. would later be hired as a 'consultant' for [#corp].
  60.  
  61. $origin
  62. [country] hacktivist collective established the nonprofit corporation [#corp], dedicated towards developing open-source [industry].
  63. [country] hacktivist collective, desiring to promote the national interests of their mother country, established the nonprofit corporation [#corp]. To secure funding for its nonprofit activities, [#corp] opened up a business front that specialized in [industry].
  64. former [roguestate] spies established their own private military corporation, [#corp]. [#corp] would later infiltrate several small corporations to secure a monopoly over [industry].
  65. a [overthrow] destroyed the [roguestate] dictatorship. The dictator hinself escaped, along with his considerable wealth and investments in [industry]. The dictator wanted to continue funding his lavish lifestyle so he consolidated all his assets into a nonprofit corporation known today as [#corp].
  66. [name], [country] police officer, established a vigilante group, [#corp], to fight crime. To secure funding for its nonprofit activities, [#corp] opened up a business front that specialized in [industry].
  67. [corpname] and [corpname] agreed to a mutual “merger of equals”, ending their long-running rivalry in pursuit of a common goal. The new entity, [#corp], would start off with a complete monopoly over [industry].
  68. [corpname] declared bankruptcy. Their assets were forcibly seized by a shadowy cabal of investors known informally as [#corp]. [#corp] would later use those assets to engineer the destruction of several other minor competitors to secure a monopoly over [industry].
  69. [#corp] ([country] special operations division), refused to follow orders from their mother country and instead went rogue. [#corp] would later use their military assets to engineer the takeover of several other minor companies to secure a monopoly over [industry].
  70. wealthy philanthropists formed a “nonprofit corporation” called [#corp], dedicated towards [nonprofitaction] [industry].
  71. [#corp] ([country] government agency) was formally privatized to help raise money for the mother country. [#corp] specialized in [industry].
  72. the traditionalist religious organization [#corp] was established, dedicated towards [nonprofitaction] [religiousactivity]. To secure funding for its nonprofit activities, [#corp] opened up a business front that specialized in [industry].
  73. [corpname] successfully infiltrated [corpname], ending the long-running rivalry between the two companies. The newly merged entity, [#corp], would start off with a complete monopoly over [industry].
  74. vulture capitalists established [#corp] to fund innovative [industry] start-ups so as to later take them over and seize their considerable profits.
  75. the [ideology] terrorist organization [#corp] “went legit” in return for legal immunity for their crimes. [#corp] abandoned their political activism to instead focus on maintaining their massive [industry] holdings.
  76. the criminal organization [#corp] “went legit” in return for legal immunity for their crimes. [#corp] abandoned their criminal activities to instead focus on maintaining their massive [industry] holdings.
  77. [ideology] activists established a nonprofit corporation known as [#corp] to help coordinate their political campaigns. To secure funding for its nonprofit activities, [#corp] opened up a business front that specialized in [industry].
  78. [name], [job], formed [#corp], a [industry] startup, after being inspired by dreams about [religiousactivity].
  79. [name], [job], claimed to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ and established a popular megachurch, today known as [#corp], dedicated towards [nonprofitaction] [religiousactivity]. To secure funding for its nonprofit activities, [#corp] opened up a business front that specialized in [industry].
  80. [name], [country] general, established a private military corporation known as [#corp]. [#corp] would later use their military assets to engineer the takeover of several other minor companies to secure a monopoly over [industry].
  81. [name], [job], died leaving behind a charitable trust worth billions of dollars. This trust, known today as [#corp], is dedicated towards [nonprofitaction] [industry].
  82.  
  83. $government
  84. [#corp] is entirely controlled by one person, the [leader], and the Board of Directors is staffed with their lackeys.
  85. [#corp] is officially led by a puppet [leader] but real power rests in the hands of the Board of Directors.
  86. [#corp] is a decentralized entity with each branch of the corporation acting autonomously. The [leader] serves as a neutral arbitrator who settle disputes within the corporation.
  87. [#corp] is officially led by a strong [leader] who shares power with the Board of Directors.
  88. [#corp] is a decentralized entity organized around “projects”. Each project is established to take advantage of a specific business opportunity, after which it is then abolished and its employees are reassigned elsewhere. The [leader] is in charge of overseeing these projects and evaluating employees’ performances.
  89.  
  90. $leader
  91. CEO
  92. President
  93. Administrator
  94. Chairman
  95. Managing Director
  96.  
  97. $strength
  98. good public relations
  99. excellent leadership
  100. brilliant lobbyists
  101. magnificent customer service
  102. focus on quality instead of quantity
  103. respect for the environment
  104. generous paychecks and employee benefits
  105. elite military training
  106. technological advancement
  107. strict "code of honor"
  108.  
  109. $weakness
  110. the company suffers from low employee morale
  111. rumors persists of "skeletons in the closet"
  112. the leadership focuses on short-terms gains instead of long-term survival
  113. factional disputes paralyzes the company
  114. the corporate culture stifles creativity
  115. the corporate leadership is too hidebound to tradition
  116. the corporation relies on nepotism instead of merit in hiring decisions
  117. its fanatical nature serves to alienate it from other corporations
  118. its sociopathic nature serves to alienate it from the general public
  119. the corporate bureaucracy is horribly inefficient
  120.  
  121. $personality
  122. The company entered a [period|era|age] of [prosperity|growth|profitablity] [due to|because of] its [strength]. However, [weakness].
  123.  
  124. $support
  125. Recently, [#corp] declared its open support for unhindered technological research, thereby gaining the support of transhumanists.
  126. [#corp] started sponsoring the counterculture movement, in the hopes of tapping the “outcast” market demographics.
  127. [#corp] began marketing directly to the youth demographic by exploiting viral marketing tactics.
  128. [#corp] announced its belief that technological research has gone “too far”, thereby gaining the support of Luddists.
  129. To ward off bad publicity, [#corp] inaugurated a “corporate social responsibility” program. Though the program is mostly corporate whitewashing, it did succeed in convincing many people that [#corp] is a force for good.
  130. [#corp] started targeting the wealthy elite by selling luxury products.
  131. [#corp] started selling budget products to the working class.
  132. [#corp] infamously led a witch-hunt against mutants and AI in the hopes of pandering to the prejudices of the general population.
  133. [#corp] decided to openly protect mutants and AI in the hopes of gaining their support and valuable talents to use against their competitors.
  134. [#corp] launched a global spy program designed to gain useful market intelligence that could be used to tailor their advertising to potential clients.
  135.  
  136. $conflict
  137. [corpname] declared bankruptcy. Both [corpname,#rival] and [#corp] claimed control over their assets, leading to a gang war between the two sides that threaten to spiral out of control.
  138. [corpname,#rival] accused [#corp] of [espionage] and has released evidence proving that charge. Revenge is being openly considered.
  139. [#corp] lost much of its market share to [corpname,#rival] due to the latter's use of [marketshare].
  140. [corpname,#rival] hacked into the computer systems of [#corp], stealing [hacking]. This has considerably harmed [#corp]'s business.
  141. [corpname,#rival] cancelled a valuable contract with [#corp], claiming that the goods were shoddy. This caused a chain reaction, and buyers for [#corp]'s products dried up.
  142. law enforcement raided the offices of [#corp] and arrested some of their directors for [crime]. [#corp] claimed that they were framed by [corpname,#rival] and vowed revenge.
  143. antiglobalization protesters raided the offices of [#corp], stealing [hacking]. [#corp] blamed [corpname,#rival] for funding and training the protesters and vowed revenge.
  144.  
  145. $bailout
  146. [#corp] signed an alliance with [corpname,#friend] with the explicit purpose of taking down their common enemy: [#rival]. Both corporations became close friends as a result of this cooperation.
  147. [#corp] agreed to share their intellectual property with [corpname,#friend].
  148. [#corp] participated in a cross-promotional advertising with [corpname,#friend] campaign designed to boost profits for both companies.
  149. [#corp] would hire agents to blackmail the [leader] of [corpname,#friend], thereby securing some assets from the company.
  150. [#corp] established a joint venture with [corpname,#friend] and agreed to share any revenue made by this project.
  151. [#corp] sadly agreed to sell some of its industrial assets over to [corpname,#friend].
  152. [#corp] would work with [corpname,#friend] on a lobbying campaign to convince the federal government to give them subsides. Both corporations became close friends as a result of this cooperation.
  153. [#corp] negotiated a major agreement with [corpname,#friend]. The latter would exclusively use [#corp] products and services instead of their competitors’.
  154.  
  155. $hacking
  156. credits
  157. blueprints
  158. technology
  159. blackmail material
  160.  
  161. $nonprofitaction
  162. disseminating
  163. administrating
  164. coordinating
  165. providing access to
  166. optimizing
  167. producticizing
  168. promoting
  169. recontextualizing
  170. revolutionizing
  171. simplifying
  172. synergizing
  173. synthesizing
  174. supplying
  175. utilizing
  176.  
  177. $religiousactivity
  178. faith
  179. piety
  180. social justice
  181. equality
  182. morality
  183. prayer
  184. God
  185. the Eschaton
  186.  
  187. $country
  188. a Russian
  189. an American
  190. a Chinese
  191. a European
  192. an Indian
  193. a Brazilian
  194. a South African
  195. a Japanese
  196.  
  197. $roguestate
  198. Syrian
  199. North Korean
  200. Burmese
  201. Iranian
  202. Cuban
  203. Afghan
  204. Eritrean
  205. Sudanese
  206.  
  207. $overthrow
  208. popular uprising
  209. civil war
  210. military coup
  211. series of non-violent protests
  212. military intervention by the United States
  213.  
  214. $ideology
  215. fascist
  216. communist
  217. anarchist
  218. libertarian
  219. liberal
  220. conservative
  221. centrist
  222. social democrat
  223.  
  224. $crime
  225. insider trading
  226. bribing government officials
  227. assassinating government officials
  228. tax evasion
  229. violating labor laws
  230. fraud
  231.  
  232. $marketshare
  233. competitive pricing
  234. cutting-edge advertising
  235. assassinations
  236. economic sabotage
  237. hackers to steal confidential memos and blueprints
  238. blackmail of key employees
  239.  
  240. $espionage
  241. stealing blueprints
  242. leaking confidential memos
  243. poaching their employees
  244. killing their employees
  245. blackmailing their employees
  246. blowing up their Corporate HQ
  247. economic sabotage
  248.  
  249. //From http://robertwdempsey.com/liindustries
  250. $industry
  251. Accounting
  252. Airlines/Aviation
  253. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  254. Alternative Medicine
  255. Animation
  256. Apparel & Fashion
  257. Architecture & Planning
  258. Arts & Crafts
  259. Automotive
  260. Aviation & Aerospace
  261. Banking
  262. Biotechnology
  263. Broadcast Media
  264. Building Materials
  265. Business Supplies & Equipment
  266. Capital Markets
  267. Chemicals
  268. Civic & Social Organization
  269. Civil Engineering
  270. Commercial Real Estate
  271. Computer & Network Security
  272. Computer Games
  273. Computer Hardware
  274. Computer Networking
  275. Computer Software
  276. Construction
  277. Consumer Electronics
  278. Consumer Goods
  279. Consumer Services
  280. Cosmetics
  281. Dairy
  282. Defense & Space
  283. Design
  284. Education Management
  285. E-learning
  286. Electrical & Electronic Manufacturing
  287. Entertainment
  288. Environmental Services
  289. Events Services
  290. Executive Office
  291. Facilities Services
  292. Farming
  293. Financial Services
  294. Fine Art
  295. Fishery
  296. Food & Beverages
  297. Food Production
  298. Fundraising
  299. Furniture
  300. Gambling & Casinos
  301. Glass, Ceramics & Concrete
  302. Government Administration
  303. Government Relations
  304. Graphic Design
  305. Health, Wellness & Fitness
  306. Higher Education
  307. Hospital & Health Care
  308. Hospitality
  309. Human Resources
  310. Import & Export
  311. Individual & Family Services
  312. Industrial Automation
  313. Information Services
  314. Information Technology & Services
  315. Insurance
  316. International Affairs
  317. International Trade & Development
  318. Internet
  319. Investment Banking/Venture
  320. Investment Management
  321. Judiciary
  322. Law Practice
  323. Legal Services
  324. Legislative Office
  325. Leisure & Travel
  326. Libraries
  327. Logistics & Supply Chain
  328. Luxury Goods & Jewelry
  329. Machinery
  330. Management Consulting
  331. Maritime
  332. Marketing & Advertising
  333. Market Research
  334. Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
  335. Media Production
  336. Medical Device
  337. Medical Practice
  338. Mental Health Care
  339. Military
  340. Mining & Metals
  341. Motion Pictures & Film
  342. Museums & Institutions
  343. Music
  344. Nanotechnology
  345. Newspapers
  346. Nonprofit Organization Management
  347. Oil & Energy
  348. Online Publishing
  349. Outsourcing/Offshoring
  350. Package/Freight Delivery
  351. Packaging & Containers
  352. Paper & Forest Products
  353. Performing Arts
  354. Pharmaceuticals
  355. Philanthropy
  356. Photography
  357. Plastics
  358. Printing
  359. Professional Training
  360. Program Development
  361. Public Policy
  362. Public Relations
  363. Public Safety
  364. Publishing
  365. Railroad Manufacture
  366. Ranching
  367. Real Estate
  368. Recreational
  369. Facilities & Services
  370. Renewables & Environment
  371. Research
  372. Restaurants
  373. Retail
  374. Security & Investigations
  375. Semiconductors
  376. Shipbuilding
  377. Sporting Goods
  378. Sports
  379. Staffing & Recruiting
  380. Supermarkets
  381. Telecommunications
  382. Textiles
  383. Tobacco
  384. Translation & Localization
  385. Transportation/Trucking/Railroad
  386. Utilities
  387. Venture Capital
  388. Veterinary
  389. Warehousing
  390. Wholesale
  391. Wine & Spirits
  392. Wireless
  393. Writing & Editing
  394.  
  395. #Name and Corpname came from my old generator: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=jDryXCLa
  396. $name
  397. Unathi
  398. Enu
  399. Mayamiko
  400. Taonga
  401. Simba
  402. Cal
  403. Sheldon
  404. Bentley
  405. Johnathan
  406. Crawford
  407. Roxane
  408. Cheryl
  409. Barbara
  410. Stephanie
  411. Mackenzie
  412. Dana
  413. Furaha
  414. Abeni
  415. Mchumba
  416. Eshe
  417. Kumukani
  418. Tapiwa
  419. Zhenya
  420. Testiliya
  421. Antonina
  422. Boleslava
  423. Manya
  424. Vaska
  425. Germogen
  426. Bronislav
  427. Maxim
  428. Prokopy
  429. Martin
  430. Pasha
  431. Kaede
  432. Osamu
  433. Hachiro
  434. Shiori
  435. Souta
  436. Jirou
  437. Nanami
  438. Hikaru
  439. Yuuka
  440. Chika
  441. Kiku
  442. Tai Lin
  443. Chin Tai
  444. Lim Bao
  445. Chun Tai
  446. Zan Jiang
  447. Xue Jian
  448. Hua Qiu
  449. Huan Li
  450. Li Wu
  451. Sue Xe
  452. Zhi Shui
  453. Wen Jia
  454. Leberchet
  455. Harmut
  456. Falk
  457. Wolfgang
  458. Gotthold
  459. Catrin
  460. Marlen
  461. Sonja
  462. Amelia
  463. Maja
  464. Jan
  465. Herbert
  466.  
  467. $corpname
  468. York Productions
  469. Progressive Services
  470. Apex Frontiers
  471. Lumodigitial
  472. EuchreJack Enterprises
  473. Radio Control
  474. Solar of Brussels
  475. Technomatics
  476. Psychobank
  477. Bionautics
  478. Inclusive Industries
  479. Global Omnium
  480. Barthes LLC
  481. Left Hand
  482. Mirai
  483. Fountainhead
  484. Interglobal
  485. Wellington-Yamashaki Incorporated
  486. Polyhederal Dynamics
  487. Baudrillard Associates
  488. United Process Control
  489. Obelisk
  490. Zik Zak
  491. Einmischung GmBH
  492. Synergy Dynamics
  493. Hamilton Fabridigital
  494. Klein Fabrications
  495. Integral Technologies
  496. Porphyria Ltd.
  497. Blade Industries
  498. Inspire Incorporated
  499. Goldmund-Teller
  500. Bachman and Associates
  501. Lucid Dreams
  502. Gellar-Cuzin
  503. Madsen Group
  504. Liberation Consortium
  505. The Tao
  506. New Epoch
  507. Sphinx Inc.
  508. The Unguided
  509. Panafrican Solutions
  510. Kenshiro CyberSystems
  511. Matsundai
  512. Meliorists
  513. Eurasianists
  514. United Solidarity
  515.  
  516. $story
  517. <h2>[title]</h2><p>This [typeofbook] was written by [name,#author], [job]. [#author] [reaction]</p><h3>Synopsis:</h3><p>In [2016-2025], [origin] [government]</p><p>[personality] [support]</p><p>In [2026-2030], [conflict] [To raise funds|To forestall bankruptcy|To boost company morale|To save the company from extiniction], [bailout]</p><p>[#author] predicts that the corporation will declare bankruptcy in [2031-2035] and its assets would be [seized by [#rival]|taken over by [#friend]|nationalized by the federal government|be a 'hot spot' for future conflict between the corporations|destroyed].</p>
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