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  • Baseline Effect

    Baseline Effect was first theorized by Doctor Sera Godelieve in NE 56. Her theory, though lacking any observable or quantifiable evidence, was ground breaking within the field of social science. It was her conclusion that upon any given world, that which …

  • Variable tech level

    The tech level within the Terra Prime Concord is PL7. The TPC is in its gravitic age. But the campaign is not locked into a PL7 format. Some groups will be higher, and many will be lower. Some will even be amalgamations; it is highly conceivable to me …

  • Languages

    There is no Common! The closest you get is English, but even that is highly sporadic on the lost colonies. This is due to the long isolation most colonies endured. If the colonists were 92% Chinese and all non-Chinese spoke Chinese, It is safe to assume …

  • Professions, Backgrounds, and Synergy Traits

    This campaign will use both [[Occupation]] and [[Background]] rules. You will have one occupation, one General Planet Background, and two backgrounds of choice. I will create and post examples of both, but feel free to submit ideas to me. For reference, …

  • Hit Points and Non-lethal Damage

    Hit Points: A level one character starts with 25 + 1/2 the max class die mod + her Constitution modifier. She then augments this each level by adding her Con Mod + ½ her class die roll for levels 2 and 3. From level 4 and on, she uses the full roll …

  • Ranged Penalties

    The range penalty for a ranged weapon depends on what weapon the character is using and how far away the target is. All ranged weapons and thrown weapons have a range increment (see Table: Ranged Weapons and Table: Melee Weapons). Any attack from a …

  • Wealth

    Every character has a Wealth bonus that reflects his or her buying power. A composite of income, credit rating, and savings. A character’s Wealth bonus serves as the basis of the character’s Wealth check, which is used to purchase equipment and services …

  • Neural Interfacing

    Neural Interfaces for computer systems are complex and clumsy, not to mention may serve as a security risk. As a result, the TPE only allows selected people to have a profile made of their brain patterns to be used for computer interfacing. Once selected, …