Final Twilight Card Game: Trinity Revised—Beta PDF
Neo Productions Unlimited
In the near future, on the western coast city of New Metropolis, an evil that has lain dormant for centuries is about to be awakened to the 21st century. Forces of darkness and magic strive to unleash a horror upon the Earth unlike any mankind can remember. The only forces capable of stopping it are rendered impotent by an age-old fear and hatred. Will humanity set aside their differences and stand as one against the darkness? Or will this be humanity’s Final Twilight?
Final Twilight is an exciting, modern fantasy card game from Neo Productions Unlimited! Non-collectable but extremely customizable, Twilight offers CCG players a great game packed with beautiful artwork, exciting stories, and engaging and strategic gameplay!
And now, after a hiatus, we're back in the ring! Final Twilight Revised Edition is slated for release this fall and we're aiming to come back in a big way! The new edition boasts streamlined rules, rebalanced cards and game play, and more options! The first release, Trinity Revised, fleshes out the game as it was meant to be featuring more than 100 unique cards, several versions of the Major Characters for a variety of deck builds, several modes of play, and more to come!
This Revised Edition Beta packet contains the current ruleset for the revised edition as well as two demo packs featuring the original versions of Kerra Neil and Mark Jarus and a handful of the original cards, all refitted with the new rules! Print them out, check them out, let us know what you think!
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