Triune seems to have offended someone. I knew this was only a matter of time. A gentleman caller has posted a few notes in our forum basically stating I am going to hell  because of the Triune rpg. You can read the posts here and here. Now, you could make any number of arguments for […]

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Thanks to people like Fred Hicks and Ed Healy, we have set our prices for the upcoming release of the Triune RPG. The Triune Quickstarter is free. The Triune Corebook Players’ Edition shall cost $11.99 for PDF and $20.99 for the softcover. The Triune Corebook Gamemasters’ Edition shall cost $15.99 for PDF and $24.99 for softcover. Remember, […]

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Believe it or not, we have finally finished writing the Corebooks for Triune! As we discussed before, the corebook will come in two editions. The Players’ Edition has everything in the free Quickstarter but lots more, including all available prayers, lots of equipment, and plenty of setting details. It will retail as a PDF for […]

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I heart a good glossary, especially in a rpg. I like to read about unusual terms before delving into the book proper. It helps me understand the setting and mechanics better. Of course, the Triune Corebooks will have a glossary. But we’ve decided to post one online as well. The online Triune glossary can be […]

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Good old Jack Chick. Illustrator and author, he is infamous in gamer circles for his Dark Dungeons tract. However, he presents an interesting problem for both Christians and the Triune RPG. For those unaware, Chick is a fundamentalist Christian who creates “tracts”, little comics with heavy-handed Christian messages. He claims many people worship Satan, including […]

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The Triune rulebook will come in two editions: One for players and one for Gamemasters. The GM edition will have everything in the player edition plus secret information about the setting, NPCs, details on angelic and devilish powers, and a first case for the player-characters. Over the past few years, we’ve been playtesting Triune all […]

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In our last post, we talked about how Google wouldn’t allow us to share the rough draft of the Triune Corebook. The book is currently a Google Docs file, and for some reason, Google flagged it as inappropriate. We are happy to report that Google has changed its mind. The rough draft can be shared […]

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I heart Google Docs and use it for lots of projects, including the rough draft of the Triune Corebook Players’ Edition. For those not in the know, Google Docs is a free online version of your typical Office software. I can access my documents from any internet-connected PC and type, edit, etc. Another cool feature […]

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Triune is nearing completion, and with the last playtest, I’m confident that the current system is complete. The Effort System and associated rules work well; players picked up the system quickly and reported positively on it. That’s not to say there won’t be changes coming from this playtest. For example, one weapon that we might […]

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We have begun working on art for Triune. Of course, we have to do this on the cheap because 1) small press publishers like us don’t have a lot of startup cash, and 2) we really are cheap. Here’s an example of an enforcement officer just after a raid on a Buddhist temple. The other […]

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