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Free20: Three-Way


The Trius are a race of near humans from
the cold mountainous world of Yandell. Yandell is a
perilous world, and to survive, the Trius have
evolved a unique defense mechanism. Through an
innate psionic gift, the Trius can manifest energy
duplicates of themselves- short lived twin clones
with thoughts and emotions of their own. A lone
Trius is never alone. With the help of their two
clones, a single Trius can scale the tallest mountain,
or face down the most fearsome native xenopredator.

Taking advantage of their natural talent for
‘triplication' the Trius have developed some of the
most innovative forms of unarmed combat in the
known galaxy. Trius martial artists are sought out by
students of unarmed combat from across the galaxy,
and thousands of lonely, mountain-peak dojos can
be found scattered across Yandell.

Trius are confident and have a thirst for
adventure, only reinforced by their culture-wide
practice of marital arts. Even the meekest, most
timid Trius enjoys facing new challenges and seeing
new horizons. After facing the deadly perils of their
craggy homeworld, there is little that can scare or
startle a Trius. Many serve on Galaxy Command
vessels, usually as space marines, combat training
instructors, MPs or boarding experts. There's no one in the galaxy better than a Trius martial artist in a
brawl, and Galaxy Command knows it.

Free20: Three-Way is a free Otherverse Games product, suitable for inclusion in any
pulp sci-fi D20 Future Campaign, though this PDF is specifically designed to supplement
Otherverse Game’s newest release: Galaxy Command.



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January 28th, 2010
I'm actually pretty impressed with this little PDF. Chris Field really goes into detail to describe this race from appearence to culture and even talking about its reproduction cycle. Also, the very idea of the Trius is very unique--a race of nearly hu [...]
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