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Trinity (1997)

by George Effinger

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Hope-- Sacrifice-- UnityA century-and-a-half in the future, humanity has ventured into space, encountering strange alien races and diverse new worlds. Yet in the dawn of this new age, Earth is assaulted by a menace from its past -- twisted, once-human creatures called Aberrants. Humanity's greatest defenders -- men and women gifted with formidable psychic powers -- -- stand against this horrific threat. Armed with psionic abilities and biotechnological enhancements, and aided by mysterious aliens, these guardians hope to fend off the invasion and protect humanity from its own twisted reflection.Take to the stars in Trinity, White Wolf's storytelling game about a high-tech, psi-powered future! As humanity's next step in evolution, you can venture into the depths of space, uncover all manner of mysteries -- or scheme among the nations and corporations of Earth as they extend their reach into our solar system and beyond. Battle the hideous Aberrants, monstrosities who would destroy our people and planet.Trinity is a completely new science-fiction roleplaying universe that is unrelated to White Wolf's World of Darkness setting. However, the game is based on the familiar Storyteller game system. The rulebook features all-new fiction from Hugo- and Nebula-Award-winning author George Alec Effinger.… (more)
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White Wolf's foray into science fantasy RPGs. Psionics in near space. It was hampered by some confusing rules, over-arching meta-plots, and a setting with serious inconsistencies. ( )
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Hope-- Sacrifice-- UnityA century-and-a-half in the future, humanity has ventured into space, encountering strange alien races and diverse new worlds. Yet in the dawn of this new age, Earth is assaulted by a menace from its past -- twisted, once-human creatures called Aberrants. Humanity's greatest defenders -- men and women gifted with formidable psychic powers -- -- stand against this horrific threat. Armed with psionic abilities and biotechnological enhancements, and aided by mysterious aliens, these guardians hope to fend off the invasion and protect humanity from its own twisted reflection.Take to the stars in Trinity, White Wolf's storytelling game about a high-tech, psi-powered future! As humanity's next step in evolution, you can venture into the depths of space, uncover all manner of mysteries -- or scheme among the nations and corporations of Earth as they extend their reach into our solar system and beyond. Battle the hideous Aberrants, monstrosities who would destroy our people and planet.Trinity is a completely new science-fiction roleplaying universe that is unrelated to White Wolf's World of Darkness setting. However, the game is based on the familiar Storyteller game system. The rulebook features all-new fiction from Hugo- and Nebula-Award-winning author George Alec Effinger.

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