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Star System (#3) - Persephone Station


Adamant Entertainment continues our new line of support for any SF role-playing game with this installment of Star System. Our goal: to provide you with support for your space-opera campaigns, whether you play Saga Edition, d20 Future, Traveller, Serenity, or any other SF game.

Persephone Station sits on the rim of civilization, the last way-station to some far-flung colonies. Due to its remote location and dubious economic value, the station has had little official support for decades. A consortium of local businesses known as the Commerce Council keeps the station running and minimally equipped to remain serviceable.

This installment of Star System gives you detail on this out-of-the-way outpost, some of the business and inhabitants that you might find there, and plot hooks for use in your own campaigns.

Gamemasters and players are encouraged to download the free introduction to Star System, which explains the systemless terms we use in our descriptions, so that they are easily adaptable to any SF role-playing system.
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April 4th, 2008
Persephone Station Like Osiris 7, a generic supplement with enough details to put in a setting yet enough leeway to put it in almost any setting. Unlike Osiris station, presents only one "mood," not two. On the other hand, the n [...]
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November 05, 2007
This title was added to our catalog on November 05, 2007.