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Schee System

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The Schee System contains just a single, small planet, but the people on its surface thrive. The Schee Farming Commune has all but eschewed the use of magic technology in order to make the planet self-sufficient, keeping only a handful of Spaceships and a single long-range communicator to call for help in times of great emergency. Schee’s people are welcoming of outsiders, provided they follow their rules, learn their exclusive Language, and leave magic technology behind for the duration of their stay.



Selective cultures only allow visitors and immigrants from specific places. Such a Culture does not allow others from places deemed dangerous, but may make an exception with heavy vetting.

Bonus: If you come from a Selective Culture, increase the dice sizes of one of your Mental Skills to a d12, one of your Social Skills to a d10, any other skill to a d10, any two Skills you want to a d8, and any three other Skills to a d6.

Population Density


Rural cultures give people plenty of space to spread out. Neighbors in such communities could be miles away from each other and finding services can be tough, so most people fend for themselves.

Bonus: If you come from a rural Culture, increase the dice size of two of your Skills by 1.



An Inclusive Culture sees at least two different Species living and working together in equal Capacity. No single Species is more important or powerful in the Culture. Interspecies romantic and platonic relationships are commonplace.

Bonus: If you come from an Inclusive Culture, you gain one special ability and two Nova Abilities from your Species. In addition, you gain an additional 5000 Argent to spend on starting Equipment.

Economic Status


Poor cultures have little or no economic opportunity. Some are centered around a single industry run by a single business that pays its workers poorly, like a mining operation. Such places are often found in the Midbelt and Ghost Belt.

Bonus: If you come from a poor Culture, you gain 2,500 Argent to buy your starting Equipment. In addition, gain one special ability from your Species.


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