Soulmate

Love, now as eternal as advertised. True love doesn’t have to fade, and Mindcraft can help.

Styleguide

Page Elements <h4>Standard Colors:</h4> Medium Dusty Blue: 4d79ff (example) Style Page references: Abbreviations: HSD (core rulebook), EXT (Extended Rulebook) Page references as follows: product abbreviation, edition number when appropriate, then page:...

Mars

The vector birthplace and bastion of civilization! As the homeworld of the Vector race, everyone tries to visit at least once in their life. Its climate is earthlike, as its its wildlife and flora. Its low gravity makes for some very tall buildings and taller trees....

Venus

Terraforming Venus was a massive, even godlike publicity stunt undertaking. Vectors had to build a breathable atmosphere, increase the planet’s rotation, adjust the temperature, replace cyanide oceans with water ones, and build a functioning ecosystem. Much of...

Terra and Luna

Some 700 years ago, life on Terra was snuffed out in a nuclear holocaust. 200 years later, it was a green and living world, though one the vectors would never recolonize. Strange creatures called the “Palemen” roam the surface, as do the Whispers, and...

Europa

Jupiter’s ice-ocean moon may once have hosted life: strange artifacts of an alien culture have been found under its icy crust. Unlike the other vector worlds, Europa hasn’t been terraformed. Instead, its colonies–exclusively Transcendent Technology...

Ganymede

Distant and cold, even glacial. Ganymede is arguably on the edge of what vectors can terraform. While the planet has liquid water and a breathable atmosphere, it’s largely a world of domed cities and icy wastelands, with no shortage of places to go if you had...

Jupiter Zone

See also: Europa, Ganymede Jupiter itself isn’t inhabitable, but as a powerful gravity well on the edge of the standard trade routes, with fuel and material resources easily available, Jupiter is its own miniature system and frontier. Longbow A derelict BlueSky...