Fading Suns is often described as kitchen-sink space opera, and it is something that I have always found amusing about it. As a fan of Space Opera series like Dune and Warhammer 40k, I’m perpetually amused by how Fading Suns manages to come up with a compelling setting that has several dozen nods to popular […]Read More Fading Suns Player’s Guide First Impressions
With Blue Planet now out, Fading Suns couldn’t be far behind. Not to be confused with Redbrick’s Fading Suns Second Edition Revised, this new book is the latest core release of a new edition of the awesome Fading Suns setting. Nobles… Priests… Aliens… Knights It is the dawn of the sixth millenium and the skies […]Read More Fading Suns Player’s Guide (Revised Edition) now available on DriveThruRPG!
I’m pretty sure that more than a few people might find this particular article interesting as it goes into what people can expect from the upcoming Fading Suns Revised Player’s Handbook coming out from Redbrick on GenCon 2012: What’s in a book? As we approach Gen Con Indy 2012, this is the first preview of […]Read More New Information on Redbrick’s Fading Suns and Keeping up with Darthgus’ Infinity Core
In the interest of keeping the candles burning in reverence to the Pancreator, I’m reposting the Lux Splendor address which details what to expect from Fading Suns this year! — Lux Splendor Address To all the loyal subjects of the Phoenix Emperor, I offer up this address. During this time of feasting and celebration it […]Read More [Fading Suns 3e] Lux Splendor 2011
Fading Suns is a game that has impressed me in many, many ways. The Rules might be a little old nowadays, but they can still work. But the setting? The setting is every bit as amazing to me now as it was to the people who picked up the game when it first came out. […]Read More [Let’s Study: Fading Suns] The Future of the Known Worlds