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Trinity: Battleground Player's Guide


A Battle Rages Across the Stars

The psions of the Legions are pitched in a heated battle with the Aberrants of the beleaguered Khantze Lu Ge colony. As territory is claimed and squads fall, it's easy to forget that they're not alone in the cosmos. Other psi orders bring the fight to their enemies all across settled space. The future will be written by the victors. Who will you be?

Take the Fight to Them

The Trinity: Battleground Player's Guide provides an overview of the state of the wider Trinity setting, providing information on the activities of the other psi orders and the state of affairs of humanity both within the Solar system and on ts extrasolar colonies. New options and powers are provided coveringing the FSA, Chromatics, and the other seven psi orders, further expanding options for characters and scenarios in which to play. The future is in your hands.

WARNING: This document is incomplete and presented as-is. Much of the material is unfinished. It is unedited and unchecked in any way, with no layout done. Some Trinity material contradicts with what is in this book. The Trinity material is right.

Note: this game was in development, but wasn't completed. This was a free download on the old White Wolf website, re-presented here for Trinity: Battleground fans.

The download includes the Player's Guide manuscript, and Battleground character sheets for Psions, Aberrants, and SpecOps character.

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Release: Posted as an unfinished manuscript on the White Wolf site in December of 1998 after the line's cancellation, the Players Guide was itself intended to make up for the cancellation of planned expansions to the line, including LoneStar (Orgotek vs. the FSA), ChromePrime (Æsculapian Order, ISRA, Ministry vs. Chromatics), and an unnamed supplement featuring the Norça and the Qin.

Cover: As an unformatted PDF, the Battleground Players Guide was originally offered without a cover. As with Trinity Field Report: Oceania, Ian A. A. Watson created a cover for use on DriveThruRPG. A piece of Trinity art by William O'Connor featuring three members of Strike Team: Psion was repurposed.

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This title was added to our catalog on November 24, 2013.