After the Fall of the Second Republic, many of the worlds of Human Space were lost behind sealed jumpgates. Only in the Known Worlds has civilization maintained a tenuous hold against a plunge into barbarism -- or so the nobles and Church would have others believe. In truth, other star-faring nations exist in fractured jumpwebs throughout space, and some of these distant kingdoms are no longer content... [click here for more]
A valuable expansion to the Fading Suns rules, this big book includes new Blessings and Curses, Benefices and Afflictions, skills, occult powers, weapons, equipment and valuable rules expansions. In addition, there are new character roles: Knightly orders, Church sects, new religions, guilds, military units, details on sentient alien races and the genetically engineered Changed. A must for players... [click here for more]
A compilation of two of the most popular (and out of print) Fading Suns sourcebooks: "Lords of the Known Worlds" and "Priests of the Celestial Sun." Includes 10 pages of new material.
Lords of the Known Worlds
Nobles are the unquestioned rulers of the universe. Few are privy to their lifestyles and secrets, and the great unwashed understand little of the perks (and... [click here for more]
The Collected Imperial Survey
A deluxe, one-volume collection of the Imperial Survey series — including the new Imperial Fiefs survey.
Emperor Alexius has sent his Questing Knights forth to bring back reports from all quarters of the Known Worlds on the state of his empire. Each survey is a report written by a Questing Knight in a unique voice, and is suitable for both players and... [click here for more]