This interesting article from the EE Times describes how DARPA (Defense Advance Research Projects Agency) is working on creating cyborg bugs. They’re implanting tiny electric/mechanical devices to use insects for reconnaissance in places too dangerous or hard to reach for soldiers. Some of the gear in Triune is similar. In fact, we coined a term to
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We are not weighing in on the scandal involving allegations of homosexuality with Bishop Eddie Long. We don’t know if he’s innocent, guilty, or somewhere in between. However, we are not above using this scandal to talk about our upcoming roleplaying game, Triune. In the game, characters use religions, sins, and careers as character classes.
As this article explains, Britain is now officially recognizing druids as a faith with the same legitimacy as Christians, Jews, and Muslims. (Which begs the question: Should we capitalize the ‘d’ in ‘druids’ now?) Good for you, neo-pagan hippies of the UK! (I kid! I kid because I don’t understand.) Triune uses six religions as
Early on in the process of writing Triune, we had a neat idea: sub-sentient software called digitali that acted like capable pets. For example, the Domo breed would run your home: Regulate temperature, order food, record your shows, announce visitors, that sort of thing. Everyone would have several digitali, like Ebenezers to control your finances
We just took a look at the length of the Triune Players’ Rulebook in MS Word. It’s at 128 pages! Not sure how that will translate when we publish in PDF and physical formats, but it’s still impressive to us. Oh, and that’s without artwork. We’re putting together a nice-sized value for customers!
Our upcoming rpg Triune uses a new mechanic called the Effort System. Thanks to a very kind and smart gentleman in the UK, the system just got better. Here’s how it works. At the core, it’s very simple: Roll 1d10 against a target number; equal or lower is success; and higher is failure. This is
In Triune, players take roles as enforcement officers, a.k.a. enforcers. But what do they enforce? Why, the Treaty of Pavonis Station of course! In the Triune universe, humanity went to war with Heaven and Hell. In the end, there was a stalemate and all three signed a peace treaty at Pavonis Station, a large space
We haven’t updated in a while, mostly because we found a series of shiny objects that demanded our attention. Someone asked if Triune was dead–far from it! We are still working on the game, writing new material for the setting to ensure there are scads and scads of adventure hooks, interesting places, and illegal faith-based