Australians are a proud people — if you ask them, Australia's on the cutting edge, and bollocks to bureaucratic China or flighty Brazil! No longer some half-forgotten land down under, the Australian region of the 22nd century is a center of interstellar entertainment that provides a breath of fresh air to the often hidebound older nations of Earth. And the gem that shines brightest in its crown is none other than the rough-and-tumble Legions — Australia's spirit personified!
In Aurora Australis, discover the inner workings of the eclectic psionic Legions. Learn to stir molecules to fiery excitement, flash-freeze a target or even fly through the air with but a thought. See how the Legions' infectious energy perfectly matches Australia's cocky pride to create a society unlike any other in the Trinity Universe.
Aurora Australis includes:
- Detailed tips on playing a psychokinetic, including new psi powers
- Revealing information on the Legion's role in the 22nd century
- Expanded source material on the Austronesia region
Release: Originally released in February 2000, Aurora Australis was the first Trinity book to be published under the ArtHaus imprint, but the line's final printed product. Like the Trinity Players Guide, it did away with a separate color in-setting section in lieu of scattering setting pieces throughout the rest of the book via sidebars. This was a common tactic employed by ArtHaus as a cost-cutting measure as an attempt to continue production of less-popular game lines.
Cover: The cover art is by comic artist Christopher Moeller, depicting a numbre of Legionnaires of different Legions standing above Aberrant corpses on a ruined battlefield. One appears to be hovering using telekinesis, while a second has a flaming pyrokinetic fist. The Legionnaire in the foreground has what seems to be a biotech weapon attached to his forearm.