10 years ago I discovered a work of genius from the good people at White Wolf games.
More than anyone else, White Wolf games reminded us that RPGs at their best were storytelling with dice. Yet everything they'd done up to that point was tained by the raw, Emo angst of Vampire: The Masquerade.
But then I found it, AEon Trinity, later shortened to Trinity on account of MTV's high priced lawyers and poorly animated catoon.
Instead of Emo Undead, we were psychics. Instead of fighting a hopeless apocalypse, we were at the birth of a new era of galactic expansion, fighting to preserve it. All the beauty of intricate plots and story-centered gaming where it was still fun to roll dice was there.
10 years later, I finally have a chance to run it table top. Looking over the plot I made, though, I saw so much hentai potential, so I brought it to Elliquiy as well, to offer to my good friends in this congenial community of erotic artists of all stripes.
I'd still love two or three more players, especialy, but not nessicarily, of ravishable female charecters.
Join us on a mission to the dark ages wasteland France has become since the tentacled, mutated aberrants dropped a massive space station on it. Confront the cancerous warlord and his minions on the streets of French space port cities, in the newly reborn wildernesses, amongst road warriors, dark age circuses, and neo-feudal castles, in search of data crystals holding secrets that must never be revealed, not even to the people seeking them.
Confront Titania, a goddess among the aberrants, with breasts of silken gold, hair of molten copper, and wings of cutting obsidian.
And if you survive that (without your wombs being pumped full of monsterous seed) travel to the asteroid belts, and beyond, in search of a hundred year old secret, a hundred year old shame.
This is the world shaped by the AEon Trinity, a world of Psion and Aberrant Evolutions. http://elliquiy.com/forums/index.php?board=364.0
(All my games, active and inactive, can now be found on the bard Insane Musings under NCES Large Games.)