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This Icon Card Deck lets you summon the mysterious Icons directly in your game of Coriolis - The Third Horizon. With this deck, you can foretell the future, create scenario seeds, determine combat initiative, emulate dice rolls, manage your ship crew positions, and more. The deck includes 36 Icon cards, 12 NPC cards, 5 ship crew cards.
This three-panel screen is intended to be printed in landscape format for print-and-play use. The player side has a continuous image. The gamemaster side has several commonly-used tables.
Algol, the demon star, is home to plebeians and rebels. The planet is known for its heavy industry, deep mines, vast wastelands and draconian faction and Consortium-affiliated rulers. The industrial expansion has taken its toll on both the planet and its inhabitants, leaving the people divided between company loyalists and rebels.
Ozone Plaza is silent. Only a low murmur is heard from the crowds huddling around the info the holo screens in the souq. Yet it heralds a gathering storm. The air is thick with anticipation as you make your way toward the nearest terminal. A reporter on the holo screen speaks gravely:" The Emissary from Xene has disapperead..."
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Echoes from the past, voices speaking about the important task ahead. Captain Ia Kaschares: "The Tsurabi colony has sent us a distress call and we are part of the response team. What we can expect to find after the jump to Taoan is not clear. You've all heard the message. We are being escorted by a Legion destroyer, the Zafirah, and we make the ...
Amali cursed arrogance and stupidity - he shouldn't have gone this deep. Only the Kalites go this close to the bottom of the ravine, even they prefer their dwellings higher up. It had all sounded so simple back at the cantina: a short detour into the lower ravine to meet up with the smugglers' barge and load the goods.But nothing is ever simple ...
It was hot, he was sweating heavily, and the exo felt bulky and unresponsive. He let the headlights of the suit sweep across the hull before him. The enormous ship was dark and looked abandoned. The com crackled in his helmet and he heard Rouya’s distorted voice: “Zebo, what do you see?” He moved through the vacuum toward the seemingly derelict ...