The alien spaceship crash landed in Red Square in early 2018 and promptly disintegrated. No trace was found except for the visual record, and many thought it was a sophisticated hoax. But analysis of the surroundings showed changes and erosion at a molecular level. Behind closed doors and in classified briefings the word “nanotech” was used. In 2020 the first reports came out of Africa,... [click here for more]
Nine hundred and thirty-five years ago, the Aeth attacked Earth. They abducted millions of humans. Not just humans, though. The Aeth arrived with a ship bigger than Earth and took entire chunks of the planet with them, setting them down like sod on the surface of their worldship. They never communicated with us, made no demands, they just did it, and then their worldship slowly accelerated... [click here for more]
What if one morning, you woke up and superheroes actually existed? If hundreds of thousands of people worldwide suddenly had powers ranging from trivial to godlike? The same people, with the same hopes, dreams, flaws and ambitions, but with powers so outside the scope of law and custom that there was no framework to fit them into? And what if each of these people had a secret that affected everything... [click here for more]
A fragile peace. A decade ago, the United Worlds and Vorn were at war. Just as we never knew why they attacked, we never knew why they withdrew from U.W. space, but given the losses suffered, we were glad they did. The Vorn remain a weight on the minds of U.W. military planners, but life goes on for everyone else. From the domes covering the frozen wastes of Tawhirimatea to the lush jungles... [click here for more]
What if there were secret forces influencing our lives? Aliens operating behind the scenes, genetic supermen manipulating our politics, ancient secret societies seeking alliances with forces beyond time and space, mad scientists bending the fabric of reality. What if everyone believed that some of these were true, but no one could prove any of it?
CORPS... [click here for more]
Tabula rasa, a blank slate. CORPS (Complete Omniversal Role Playing System) is the role-playing system that looks at what you want. Rules you can remember. Dice you don't have to use. Guidelines for both new and experienced players. Everything you need in one volume that's half the thickness... [click here for more]