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Xro-Dinn Chronicles 1e: Core Rulebook

Core Rulebook

This is just the beginning, with an outline of the early stages of the history; along with the necessary rules to run the game, including 5 races and many professions and skills to choose from. GMs are not left out, with a fair section for them too.

Publisher's blurb: "This is the first book within the Xro Dinn Chronicles. It outlines the birth of civilization in a sector of the galaxy known as the Frontier. This Frontier is a place of strife and conflict. It is a place where no government rules and civilizations are fighting against several opponenets which seem bent on destroying them at every turn. The Sharr'Dann, a warlike race, are much more powerful physically and technologically than any other race. At every turn every race has been outmatched by these fearsome opponents.

"But this is not the only problem that plague the Frontier. The Sharr'Dann are using a race of metamorphs which are capable of changing the molecular structure to mimic any life form down to the genetic structure. Since their base form is Terran, Terrans were blamed for their existence. They have managed to inflitrate every major government, military, and key positions on almost every single planet.

"Despite all this, the races have not been able to form a common government to stop the Sharr'Dann. At best several of the governments have shared information about the Sharr'Dann and Terran metamorphs, but the Terrans have started the Similacrum Commission that specializes in capturing, tracking and watching for the existence of the metamorphs. They have shared much of this knowledge amongst many of the other races. On some occasions there have been a few governments that have coordinated information about the Sharr'Dann"

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Author: Matthew Webster
Publishers' Reference: Unknown.
ISBN: 6599170994.
Paperback, 224 pages
Date: 2001

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Product page last updated: 16 July 2006