Category Archives: Primer

Description of Worlds from the Dryden Primer

We’ve had a request from Charlotte for some physical descriptions of planets in the Dryden Scifi Primer.  I thought I’d put them here for anyone else who was looking for inspiration: Thanks, Joel Mere Ocean: -10,-20,155 ~3 Mere Ocean is … Continue reading

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Dryden Corporation Quiz

Nic Moll of Owlman Press, who is designing the Big Damn Dryden Role Playing Game, struck gold with this awesome quiz.  What Primer Era Corporation do you work for? http://www.gotoquiz.com/which_dryden_corporation_do_you_work_for_1 So much awesome! Thanks Nic!

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Ile Soltiare

le Solitaire were inspired by and partly designed by Charlotte Garneau One of the most unusual Earth Colonies in space is the “Ile Solitaire.” (Lonely Island) The colony traces its history back directly to The University of Antartica’s isolated Ice … Continue reading

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The Technoprey

The Technoprey were designed by Gavin Revitt. The TECHNOPREY are a life without form in the conventional sense,their natural state being a body of homogenous energy. In much the same way as ourselves, they emerged from the primordial soup over … Continue reading

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Human Cosmology in the Primer

By 2503 humankind’s understanding of the universe is fundamentally different than it is in the 21st century. In 2503 it is generally understood that the Universe we perceive is a hyperdimensional sphere.  While we perceive that we look out into … Continue reading

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Samples of Primer Era Spacecraft

Hey all.  Some of the very coolest work being done in the Dryden Universe is around space ship design.  Here are some of the designs that our really talented artist laid out: This is the very first Dryden Spaceship ever … Continue reading

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