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Trinity Field Report: Oceania


A World Awaits

Mankind has often wondered what secrets lie hidden in the depths of Earth's oceans. But throughout our history, this most tantalizing of mysteries remained unknown. Finally, in the 22nd century, the technology exists to explore, even colonize, the planet's vast underwater realms.

Under the Sea

The fifth Trinity Field Report: Oceania takes a look at Earth's ocean-based societies. From the vast floating cities to the isolated deep colonies, this full-color setting dossier from the Æon Trinity itself reveals the bizarre and wondrous world that exists beneath the waves.

Hidden Lore

Release: Originally posted on the White Wolf site in June 1999, Trinity Field Report: Oceania was the fifth in the TFR series, and the first to not be published traditionally. It was available for free online in HTML format, and as a PDF with some Trinity design elements in order to mimic the look of the other TFR supplements.

Like TFR: Media, the editor is listed as "Allison 'Smithee' Sturms," making this the fourth consecutive book to either use or reference a pseudonym for the editor.

Cover: The download originally had no cover. The image visible above was assembled by Ian A. A. Watson using one of Steven Otte's interior illustrations and cover elements common to the other TFR books.

New Edition

Cover of Terra FirmaOnyx Path's latest edition of Trinity, Trinity Continuum: Æon, returns to Oceania (and Pearl City in specific) in Terra Firma.

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July 27th, 2020
Oceania was one of two Trinity Field Reports that were only published as PDF-files back in 1999. As such it shares the merits and flaws of the other TFRs. It is a brief introduction from an "in game" point of view to a topic in the game. Its [...]
July 22nd, 2011
First of all, it's hard to argue with free. This PDF could consist of a front cover, a back cover, and five lines of text, and would still be considered by many to be "good value for money." Now that that's been said, we'll move on to the rev [...]
July 22nd, 2011
A nice meaty offering for the price (Free!) and useful for almost any near future or far future SciFi setting with underwater habitats. This is clearly based in the original Trinity setting, but with the exception of specific dates could easily be adap [...]
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