Sakai View Profile View Posts. This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic harassment, fighting, or rude posts. Numenera’s most fundamental design philosophy is Clarke’s Third Law; “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. It’s a completely different setting, not in any way related to Planescape. Start a New Discussion.
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Incunabulum View Profile View Posts. Is it just me, or does planetscapr game world setting look much more Sci-Fi stylished than the previous Torment was? Planescape was a setting made for DnD and, despite its unique elements, it really was just a fantasy setting when you get right down to it.
Effects seem more “human made electricity” rather than magical, there are more polished metal elements around places etc. Last edited by Shadow88 ; Feb 4, 4: Torment too, but it seemed more “low tech”, closer to steampunk combined with magic rather than futuristic vibe I get from the new trailer for this game.
Tides of Numenera Store Page. To be honest the fantasy based setting which was still not your cliche fantasy world was the best part of the original Torment for me that and Morty and Annahand I am not that keen on futuristic feel games in general. Numenera’s most fundamental design philosophy is Clarke’s Third Law; “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Planetsacpe View Profile View Posts.
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Originally posted by Iso Koala:. So yes, it is different.
Feb 4, 1: It’s a completely different setting, not in any way related to Planescape. Sakai View Profile View Posts.
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Numenera, however, is the base setting of planerscape Numenera tabletop RPG which is set a billion years into Earth’s future after plaanetscape rise-and-fall of eight massive and hyper-advanced civilisations hence why the sck period of the setting is called the Ninth World.
All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. I dont have the game yet, but thats the impression I got from the trailer. Each of those eight prior civilisations reached such heights of science and technology that terraforming, space colonisation, temporal manipulation, bio-genetic alterations, dimensional travel and god-knows what else.
Of course there was machinery in Planescape: