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Coriolis - Emissary Lost

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Published on Oct 15, 2018

Emissary Lost, the epic campaign module for the award-winning Coriolis – The Third Horizon scifi RPG https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

Emissary Lost is the seminal campaign module for the Coriolis – The Third Horizon. It is the first part of the epic Mercy of the Icons campaign series, an epic saga that will change the Third Horizon forever.

Coriolis - The Third Horizon was awarded the ENnies Judges’ Spotlight 2017. The game is designed by Free League, the same team that created the Tales from the Loop RPG - winner of five Gold ENnies 2017, including Best Game and Product of the Year. Tales from the Loop was recently also voted Best RPG of 2017 by RPG Geek.

Coriolis – The Third Horizon is a multiple award-winning science fiction role playing game set in a remote cluster of star systems called The Third Horizon. It is a place ravaged by conflicts and war, but also home to proud civilisations, both new and old. Here, the so called Firstcome colonists of old worship the Icons, while the newly arrived Zenithians pursue an aggressive imperialistic agenda through trade and military power.

In this game, you will crew a space ship and travel the Horizon. You will explore the ancient ruins of the Portal Builders, undertake missions for the powerful factions and partake in the game of political intrigue on Coriolis station – the centre of power in the Third Horizon. You might even encounter strange beings from the Dark Between the Stars.

From the Monolith in the jungles of Kua to the floating temples of Mira, the Horizon is yours to explore. You can be traders, explorers, mercenaries, pilgrims or agents. Whatever your calling is, together you will make your own fate. In the end you might even discover the truth about the mysterious Emissaries and the threat of the Dark Between the Stars.

“The game’s authors describe it as ‘Arabian Nights in space’ and it fulfills that brief marvelously.”
– RPG.NET review

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