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EABA WarpWorld v1.0

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In 2010, the world changes. The expanding universe stretches the fabric of spacetime, and it snaps. Universal constants realign themselves to another stable state, the one that existed ten millennia ago. And everything that was real, becomes real again. Beings of thought and probability and untold power came back into existence as though they had never been gone.

The old gods had returned.

Worse, the new reality altered things enough to collapse societies dependent on modern technology. Communications, transportation, information, all ground to a halt as subtle subatomic changes wrought havoc on advanced electronics and materials.

And that is just day 1.

WarpWorld is an alternate future that grabs you and drags you in. Close enough to be familiar, different enough to challenge you. WarpWorld is not just a gameworld, it is a complete campaign. A 200 page book with a 300-year story arc that has the adventurers writing the future for their own descendants, from the first desperate struggles to merely survive, to understanding the new world, rebuilding society and facing challenges as strange as the Warp itself.

Grab the sample file, then come back and get the whole thing.

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January 30th, 2008
Too weird to my taste, that's my main criticism. Unfortunately it seems that since the demise of Twilight 2000 there is no realistic post-holocaust setting in the market. This setting is one of fantasy, not of science fiction of any kind, no ma [...]
January 17th, 2008
Greg Porter is one of those people some (if not most) casual gamers envy--he has the ability to create and flesh out an entire universe. Fortunately for those of us without the time, or the sheer scope of mind to do it, he then allows us to play in his [...]
January 17th, 2008
Caveat: I playtested this as GM so I might be a mite biased. In a nutshell WarpWorld is a self-deploying post-apocalyptic 'fantasy' campaign. I say "self-deploying" because once the PCs are created the campaign pretty much writes itsel [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on January 16, 2008.