Written in as a near future () setting for ‘GURPS Space’, ‘GURPS Terradyne’ gives the impression of being the first book in a series. GURPS Terradyne is a detailed and realistic setting for exciting near-future roleplaying with GURPS Space. Tame the savagely-awakened terraformed planet of. Terradyne is a page supplement for GURPS Space that describes the solar system in the 22nd century. It includes sections on history, society and.
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It is a future history suitable for a Hard Science Fiction campaign, in the tradition of stories by Robert A. Technology has moved man out into space but not out of the solar system yet. Mars is being terraformed but isn’t fully habitable yet.
Terradyne, a space-based corporate state, dominates but does not have exclusive control of space-based industries. It was superseded by the Transhuman Space series which covers the same niche.
Some material on Mars was incorporated into Transhuman Space: Though the dystopian outlook may strike some as overly familiar – how many times have we been warned about grasping corporations?
And it’s user-friendly to boot; except for a few pages devoted to character design, there aren’t many new rules to navigate.
Contents Technology has moved man out into space but not out of the solar system yet. Bottom tier are core books necessary to play, moving up to least necessary.
Using resources from further up the stack requires less preparation work on the part of the game master. Tfrradyne and Campaignsplus basic accessories. They have buckram-textured endpapers and sewn head and foot bands” of the two volumes of the Basic Set. It includes basic character creation with a This is a list of campaign settings published for role-playing games.
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