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On the Brink of Ruin
A conspiracy threatens to destroy the psi orders. The Æon Trinity relies on you to expose it. The maze of intrigue, subterfuge and treason leads from shattered Europe to the twisted wastelands of North America. Yet the truth can be found only in space. To learn it you must face the greatest threat to confront Earth since the return of the Aberrants!
Courage Is Our Salvation
Passage Through Shadow is the second of the three part Darkness Revealed adventure series for the Trinity science-fiction setting. This book continues the epic story begun in Descent into Darkness, a saga that will change the Trinity Universe forever.
Passage Through Shadow includes:
- Two complete adventures for any Trinity series
- Important source material on Europe, North America and near space
- The second in the sweeping Darkness Revealed trilogy
In the first part, Friends in High Places
, characters are sent to Basel, Switzerland, to the Montressor Clinic headquarters of the Æsculapian Order, to try and track down those in charge of the Huang-Marr Biorg Project. They must deal with distrust and obstruction at every turn.
The second part, Signals and Flares, has characters investigating a tenuous connection to Orgotek via a Blight Project research facility in Minnesota. Characters meet with Prexy Alex Cassel himself. As characters are about to leave for the space station Eyrie with Cassel, they learn the station is under attack by Chromatics!
Releases: Released August 1998. This is the second of the Darkness Revealed series, as psions continue to investigate the Huang-Marr conspiracy first revealed in Descent into Darkness.
The Signals and Flares episode raises a concerning question: how Chromatics -- formerly confined to the Crab Nebula -- found their way to Earth without the ability to teleport.
It's also the first time the race known as the Doyen are mentioned within Trinity. Future products (as well as the "The Story So Far" section from the newer core rulebook) detail the important part the Doyen played in the Trinity setting.
Cover: The cover by William O'Connor depics Chromatic vessels attacking the space station Eyrie as it orbits above the Earth.