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Go To Infinity And Beyond With Infinity RPG From Modiphius

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#1
There are some role-playing games that aim to strip out complexity wherever possible - in the rules, in character creation, even in the setting itself. And then there are those like the Infinity RPG Core Book which choose to embrace it; to lean into a universe stuffed to the brim with backstory and try to lay down mechanics for everything it throws at you.


You can gather an awful lot about the game, whose setting and tone

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First Age

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#2
Pretty much spot on. I'd have welcomed some more helpful walk throughs of Info/Psywar, and the conditions and Talents weigh things a little, but there is a lot of rich goings on and much to recommend it.
 
#3
Pretty much spot on. I'd have welcomed some more helpful walk throughs of Info/Psywar, and the conditions and Talents weigh things a little, but there is a lot of rich goings on and much to recommend it.
2d20 games are some of my favourite role playing games and yet the immense depth of Corvus Belli Infinity for someone like me who never played the wargame, is seriously intimidating, what with the many factions and their political interaction lost me in the wildnerness.

Thank you Graham for being brave enough to run this wonderful game for us at our first North Star convention.