By CJ Carella
For many years, symptoms have informed of a coming Reckoning. Its designated nature was once unknown. a few anticipated a brand new sunrise for humankind - a golden age. Others issued dire warnings. honestly, it was once worse...far worse. The close to destiny has arrived and the tidings are grim. An old strength is reborn and the final word clash to figure out the future of humankind is underway. Fought via forces mundane, celestial, demonic and otherworldly, it has ravaged towns, plundered lands, and taken doom to thousands. Angels and devils stroll the Earth once more and the outdated Gods have again. will also this be adequate to prevent the relentless darkness? Armageddon is an entire role-playing online game. In it, you will discover: an exquisite surroundings choked with angels, demons, gods, supernatural servants...and the people suffering to outlive or even triumph. precise personality construction ideas ranging in energy point from general people to gods. the last word exposition of the Unisystem, a common video game mechanic totally appropriate with CJ Carella's Witchcraft, All Flesh needs to be Eaten, Terra Primate and different Unisystem video games. a short evaluation of the kinds of guns utilized in the last word battle, from knives to the Holy Fist tank. heritage details at the strongest of the wartime our bodies: The Alliance, Heavenly Host, Infernal Legion, inn of the timeless, Pantheons and Watchers. a number of metaphysical arts together with Magic, the Sight, Necromancy, Divine notion and Spirit buyers. Specifics at the capacities, powers and boundaries of a spread on non-human entities, from angels to immortals to Primal beings. poor wisdom of the Adversary's host, together with Adepts, parabiologicals and undead.
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Armageddon (Armageddon Roleplaying Game) by CJ Carella