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Author Topic: reality deviant Publications releases Reign of Discordia, a true20 space opera!  (Read 627 times)

urizen

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Science fiction the way you love it!

Reign of Discordia is the core setting book in line of the same name by the celebrated game designer Darrin Drader and Reality Deviant Publications. RoD gives you what you need to know about the galactic civilization following the fall of the Stellar Imperium. Future sourcebooks and adventures will further add to the dynamic space opera setting presented in this core setting book.

Within the pages of Reign of Discordia, you can fight against the R'Tillek and their crusade of extermination against the known species, fight to protect the independence of dozens of worlds, participate in the cold war between Earth and Lamog, haul cargo to the Frontier Systems, involve yourself in the various crime syndicates, work for one of the interplanetary conglomerates and engage in corporate sabotage, play a role in the advancement of one of the interplanetary organizations, salvage starships, and engage in a number of other activities that will bring danger and adventure.

  • Character rules for a space opera setting
  • Six new core races for the setting (Gaieti, Lamogos, Tallinites, Sangor, Relerrans, and the R'Tillek).
  • Seven character roles (soldier, naval officer, infiltrator, mentalist, pilot, bounty hunter, and low-life).
  • Descriptions of over 50 planets, which comprise the setting's core locations
  • Descriptions of numerous interplanetary organizations
  • Starship rules for True20
  • A range of starships
  • A detailed description of the space station Rover's Beacon, which is one of the key locations within the setting.


Welcome to the threatened and turbulent galaxy of 2690. Can you make a difference in these difficult times?

Graby your copy today at Onebookshelf!!

Andvari

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I've been seeing the ads for this everywhere, so being a True20 player, and I have to admit that it absolutely rocks! I dig Star Wars, but I always felt like no matter what the PCs do, nothing they could do would be noteworthy in the greater scheme of the setting. This setting is different, and so wide open that it will accomodate any style of play. And the thing is absolutely gorgeous to look at. It's the best $13 I've spent in a while.

Now to find a place that will print the thing out for me. 135 pages is too much for my printer.