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  • После поглощения TSR компанией Wizards of the Coast издание и дальнейшее развитие игры было прекращено, хотя у неё осталось сообщество любителей. Элементы «Alternity», как и другой фантастической игры TSR, «Star Frontiers», были включены в книгу «d20 Future» для системы «d20 Modern».
  • In a world where much is different, where different decisions have been made, where technology has advanced at a greater pace, and where many who never got their chance to impact the world have done so, it will be the choices of those people that decide the direction of the future and the fates of those around them. This is the world of Alternity.
  • The Alternity is a group of various incarnations of Blackout from other universes formed by our universe's Blackout. They are all hyperdimensional beings. They appeared and destroyed Caiaphus' giant robot body, and then were kinda forgotten about.
  • A Table Top Role Playing Game published by TSR, Inc. (then newly a subsidiary of Wizards of the Coast) in 1998. Just as TSR's flagship RPG, Dungeons and Dragons, provided a way to play almost any kind of Fantasy campaign, Alternity was intended to do the same for Science Fiction, with rules and scenarios for Faster-Than-Light Travel, Psychic Powers, Alternate Universes, and other common sci-fi tropes. Unfortunately for sales, the game was hindered by a clunky ruleset.
  • Alternity is a future form of the Transformers which, after 900,000 years, have evolved into celestial beings. Their bodies are made of a higher-dimensional material called Alternium, and they have huge forms that straddle multiple parallel worlds. As a result, it is impossible for terrestrial beings to comprehend the entirety of their appearances. Each individual fuses with his selves of countless parallel worlds to make up a giant, manifold being. The word Alternity, referring to their multi-dimensional nature, has become the name for the entire species.
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  • Alternity is a future form of the Transformers which, after 900,000 years, have evolved into celestial beings. Their bodies are made of a higher-dimensional material called Alternium, and they have huge forms that straddle multiple parallel worlds. As a result, it is impossible for terrestrial beings to comprehend the entirety of their appearances. Each individual fuses with his selves of countless parallel worlds to make up a giant, manifold being. The word Alternity, referring to their multi-dimensional nature, has become the name for the entire species. Known members of this race include Bumblebee, Ultra Magnus and the Convoy Aggregate.
  • A Table Top Role Playing Game published by TSR, Inc. (then newly a subsidiary of Wizards of the Coast) in 1998. Just as TSR's flagship RPG, Dungeons and Dragons, provided a way to play almost any kind of Fantasy campaign, Alternity was intended to do the same for Science Fiction, with rules and scenarios for Faster-Than-Light Travel, Psychic Powers, Alternate Universes, and other common sci-fi tropes. Unfortunately for sales, the game was hindered by a clunky ruleset. The core product line gave general rules for various different kinds of sci-fi genres, but like D&D, Alternity offered players a variety of premade campaign settings. Four were published: * Star*Drive, a Space Opera universe designed to show off almost all of Alternity's features. * Dark Matter, a modern-day setting of Conspiracy Theories and Paranormal Investigation. * Gamma World, a remake of TSR's classic Post Apocalyptic RPG. * Starcraft Adventures, a licensed adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment's popular video game. Alternity was discontinued around the same time as D&D's 2nd edition. Because Wizards still owns the intellectual rights to Alternity, some of its elements have cropped up in later products, including remakes of Star*Drive and Dark•Matter in D20 Modern and another new edition of Gamma World based on D&D 4th edition rules.
  • После поглощения TSR компанией Wizards of the Coast издание и дальнейшее развитие игры было прекращено, хотя у неё осталось сообщество любителей. Элементы «Alternity», как и другой фантастической игры TSR, «Star Frontiers», были включены в книгу «d20 Future» для системы «d20 Modern».
  • In a world where much is different, where different decisions have been made, where technology has advanced at a greater pace, and where many who never got their chance to impact the world have done so, it will be the choices of those people that decide the direction of the future and the fates of those around them. This is the world of Alternity.
  • The Alternity is a group of various incarnations of Blackout from other universes formed by our universe's Blackout. They are all hyperdimensional beings. They appeared and destroyed Caiaphus' giant robot body, and then were kinda forgotten about.