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  • LordHeru
    replied to Wold Newton
    For some reason I can't help but think of the idea that after the meetings with Hammersmith, Einstein then later on coast of the US government and sees about establishing a city of scientists where they can research freely. In times such as town would be called Eureka and it would become quite important for human development.

    Oh and I totally think that Jack Carter is a Talent! Hehe

    And now this somehow makes me wanting to think about how the Stargate Universe fits in and what sort of Inspired they are. Lol

    Sorry not sorry!

    Oh. By the...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Why such a boring future USA?
    To me it seems the the current writers just kept the first edition broad setting outline almost entirely as it was. Honestly, I can't complain about that, especially as I kept on asking to make sure that they kept certain figures still there (like Divis Mal) and also how I complained about how mummy the curse entirely too away everything that came before in the mummy line. (Related as this is the same company.)

    That said I also have to agree with the people who say the official version is not really an interesting way to go about doing it. In fact I'll be honest and say I didn't really...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Wold Newton
    I don't have much to add, except to say this is all very awesome.
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  • Sooo much fun stuff to read and digest.

    I will say first my thoughts.

    Talents don't really inherent. Thoigh bloodlimes are possible wjen it soumfs great.

    Psions come from chamber, thats it.

    Psiads and Novas inherent and pass on. Not always but a lot. Sometimes it skips a generation but offspring are often more potent.

    Nova children go through a soft eruption in my thought. They start tougher abd atronger in body and maybe mind but only gain actual power at a maturation point. Which could be puberty or adulthood or whatnot. ...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Nova Age Space
    Astromancer, how very interesting. The nova colonized world in another star system which has a temporal component is fascinating.

    As are the ramifications it creates.



    As an aside imagine novas discovering a dyson sphere in the middle of interestellar space. All the things this leads to.

    I like the idea of tge info beimg uncovered in a long list but now found Aeon chapter house.

    So much potential in space!
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Nova Age Space
    Good point Darksol!

    Though there is something nifty about colonizing Ceres there is sonething just as cool about colonizing a moon of Jupiter. I mean its Juipter!

    I could see colonies in the crust overlooking the ocean, in icicles that hang down, habitats connected to the ceiling by chains, free floating habitays, and even ones on ocean floor or wrapped around undersea mountains.

    I could see the presence of a complete, complex ecosystem with all categories in some format.

    I could see mysterious abandoned human and alien sites and relics...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Nova Age Space
    Ooh. Idea!

    So there is a theory that under the icy, salty, clay like rocky crust of Ceres there is a vast frozen ice segment which itself has a liquid ocean underneath whxh surrounds a rocky interior that lies around a central core.

    So imagine novas creating underwater colonies on Earth and then warping them to Ceres for attachment there. Now you have people living in underwater habitats underwater.

    Oh. And maybe novas used powers to create volcanic vents and fissures and such just potent enough to make the water warm enough to be habitable.
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Nova Age Space
    Awesome stuff here!

    I do have to say that if novas to explore and colonize there is little the baselines could do. A nova with warp could take people into space without any need for technology.

    But yeah the idea of an asteroid in far Earth orbit or in a Lagrange point being turned into a habitat is brilliant. Then when, if, the Ultimatum occurs a warp bubble could take the asteroid away.

    I could also imagine a nova who could operate in space actually carving, shaping, an asteroid into a work of art slash habitat colony. Then he takes his people and they...
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  • LordHeru
    started a topic Nova Age Space

    Nova Age Space

    I totally think novas in space should be developed further. Novas on the moon, novas on mars, novas in the asteroid belt.

    Novas creating a colony within a vast honeycomb within an asteroid, maybe Ceres or maybe something else. (Isn't there an asteroid or moon that looks like the death star, imagine someone turning it into a base, just because they could.)

    Also imagine the end of the Nova Age with a final strike that dislodges the moon, aka Space 1999. Other Nova technology could stabilize an Earth without the moon, hehe.

    But yeah I think it would be amazing...
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  • What happened to Sara is extremely sad and upsetting and makes me want to rage. The fact that the Doyen took her and screwed up her own natural abilities is just so utterly sad. She was basically the noetic equivalent of Divis Mal and instead she became nothing more than a Slave.

    That is, from an in Universe perspective on the in matters. From a game perspective this is a very interesting development and I really like the fact that they were able to tie in Adventure! and Aeon. So thumbs up on that.

    Though I still want to find a way for her to survive and basically kick...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Psions in TC:Core
    Well thats good!

    Wait, did it do that in the previous Edition?

    Can we please not have sterilization be a thing in this new edition for any of the groups. Psion children, Nova children both deserve to exist. (Though I assume a child of psions are not actually awakened Psions until they go through the Prometheus Chamber themselves. Though a nifty adventure about how certain children are activating without that boost could be very interesting.)...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Psions in TC:Core
    Well I'm pretty sure if they aren't called Novas and don't have Quantum then I'm going to be really disappointed in what happened. Now, corruption or taint is not something I really care for so that's fine if that's gone. I never liked it anyway.
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Psions in TC:Core
    That makes sense. But at the same time we no sooner had when things aren't changing. They are still Nova's. They still use quantum. They still have an MR node. They have a negative thing called corruption. That's all you need to say. You don't need to say power names or character names or anything like that just very generic terms that are specific to one of the secondary core settings of the Trinity Universe.

    I guess for me it's the fact that Aberrant was my very first love of the Trinity Universe games. I love Nova's more than I love Psions and so for the court to give more emphasis...
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  • LordHeru
    replied to Psions in TC:Core
    Very much agree with this. I thought it was a disconnect. Psions and mentioned a lot but Novas, who are equals in importance, are not.

    My thought is to either remove psion stuff in the core, beyond of the bare minimum, or add Nova stuff to the Core.
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  • My bad. I didn't realize that was your point. But yeah, make a really good point on that. It is interesting because on a power scale Novas can basically do anything while Psiads are restricted to a very structured power system.

    That said maybe at a high enough level Psiad can create aptitudes and modes different from the eight that we have.

    Actually, thinking about it, that makes sense because we know that Quantakinesis doesn't exist for the Doyen. They don't have that ability. So who's to say some other species or humanity and time could have access to I don't know...
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  • Just gonna say that Mesmerists are lower class of Psiads, with both being natural. Just like Stalwarts are lower class of Novas.

    It is Psions which are artificial and unnatural.
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