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This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities […]

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Beyond Antares: Open Signals

This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards.

This anthology represents the first step upon a path that promises to take us to new stars and undiscovered worlds. It is a living, breathing universe, and one that we intend to realize fully in the form of campaigns, background expansions.  Inside are ten short stories by new and experienced writers to introduce you to the universe of Antares, the peoples and events that make this a fascinating place for adventure.

 

Find out more about Beyond the Gates of Antares at www.warlordgames.com

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Beyond Antares: Open Signals

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This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards.

This anthology represents the first step upon a path that promises to take us to new stars and undiscovered worlds. It is a living, breathing universe, and one that we intend to realize fully in the form of campaigns, background expansions.  Inside are ten short stories by new and experienced writers to introduce you to the universe of Antares, the peoples and events that make this a fascinating place for adventure.

 

Find out more about Beyond the Gates of Antares at www.warlordgames.com

This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards.

This anthology represents the first step upon a path that promises to take us to new stars and undiscovered worlds. It is a living, breathing universe, and one that we intend to realize fully in the form of campaigns, background expansions.  Inside are ten short stories by new and experienced writers to introduce you to the universe of Antares, the peoples and events that make this a fascinating place for adventure.

 

Find out more about Beyond the Gates of Antares at www.warlordgames.com

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  1. I’m talking here as someone who read this with an interest for the miniature game.

    When I started, I wasn’t sure how I would like this short stories format, but turned out it’s pretty good. A lot of these stories are less about the plot it’s telling and more about the lore and the life of these people, which is fine. Honestly, this book really made me under what the IMTel was, and how unique of a thing it is. If you wan tto learn more about this universe and its lore, it’s a great book.

    My only issues are that some factions get far more love than others, with the Ghar receiving none and the Algoryn barely appearing. Also, some of the stories are better than other, but that’s more personal tastes than anything else.

    Good book for anyone interested in Beyond the Gates of Antares.

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