In The Battle for Humanity's Fate
The universe of the 22nd century is vast and dangerous. For each question that intrepid psions answer, two new mysteries emerge. In a time of fear and doubt, there is only one place to turn for the truth - The Æon Trinity.
Knowledge is Your Greatest Weapon
But has the Trinity told you everything you need to know? What dangers lurk in Antarctica's frigid tundra? How has the rise of psions rekindled humanity's religions? And what new threats await among the stars?
Discover Æon's hidden agendas. Experience the next chapter in the unfolding story of the Trinity Universe!
Hidden Agendas Includes:
- A durable Storytellers Screen with reference information all in one place.
- Expanded full-color information on the 22nd century for players and Storytellers alike
- An introductory adventure set on Luna that kicks off the ongoing Darkness Revealed adventure series
Release: Released February 1998, Hidden Agendas was the first supplement for Trinity. Notably, it contains The Last Gap, which is the prologue for the epic "Darkness Revealed" chronicle (although Darkness Revealed can easily be played without it).
Hidden Agendas was also the first published credit for Conrad Hubbard, who later went on to be White Wolf's webmaster.
The credits page is the only time we learn about the signature Trinity title font, called "GigaRobo66," created in-house by Ash Arnett. February 1998 also saw the release of Kindred of the East, for which Ash created the "Runchuu" title font.
The credits page also congratulations "Brian and Tonya" and "Ethan [Skemp] and Aileen [Miles]" on their respective marriages.
Cover: This dynamic piece by Glenn Fabry was used in the main rulebook as an in-character advertisement for the Æon Trinity, notable for displaying the original Æon logo even in the later Trinity printings. It displays a triad of psions and a Qin official, with a couple of biotech ships flying in the background.