Hell's Paradise

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Hell's Paradise
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Author George Ebersole
Canonical No
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback) (PDF)
Language English
Pages 47
Publisher Gypsy Knights Games
Version Cepheus Engine
Year Published 2018
Available from DriveThru RPG

Hell's Paradise is a Gypsy Knights Games product.

Synopsis[edit]

Hell's Paradise is a adventure involving a CCA (Cascadia Colonization Authority) team being sent on a rescue mission to an unexplored world in the Dawn Subsector of Tranquility Sector. One of Clement Sector's most popular adventures, this exciting excursion has caused havoc with convention groups for years!

TXE-605b, known to some as Calliope, is an untapped planet whose barren surface but breathable atmosphere and abundance of water promises to be an excellent candidate world for colonization. The Nordic Exploratory Service sent an expedition to the TXE-605 system to expand humanity's knowledge of this world. Now their vessel, NESS Arn, has not returned on schedule. The crew of the CCAS Clara Barton, a Cascadia Colonization Authority search and rescue ship, has now been tasked with finding out why the Arn has not come back from TXE-605b. Have they been attacked by pirates? Have they suffered a malfunction? Or is it something far more sinister?


Hell's Paradise is an exciting adventure filled with danger and intrigue. It comes with nine pre-generated characters, the stats and deckplans for Clara Barton, a Trailblazer-class ship used by the CCA. In addition, it also features maps of TXE-605b and the overall TXE-605 system as well as deckplans for the NESS Arn.

Although Hell's Paradise can be modified for use in any science fiction setting, it is made with our Clement Sector setting in mind. It will be helpful for the Referee to be familiar with the Clement Sector Core Setting Book and Unmerciful Frontier: The CCA Sourcebook to get the best use of this product.

Credits[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Author George Ebersole
Artists Bradley Warnes, Ian Stead, John Watts