"Welcome to the City. I am Initis, your guide and street entrepreneur. I will show you the sites and sounds of the City. Hum....... why do I call it the City, you ask? You've been to other cities, you say? We call it the City because all others are but a shadow of this one. This is the greatest in the Omniverse. It is built at the point where all the aspects of all the realities, or dimensions if you will, come in contact with each other."
"It is built on commerce with all the worlds and consequently you can purchase anything here. We do business with everyone and money is everything. I, for one, accept all forms of metal coinage, but the only paper I accept is that printed by the City itself and of course, credit numbers with any reputable citybank."
"Because of the confluence of dimensions, natural laws can vary from neighborhood to neighborhood, magic, science, and psionics all exist, side by side in an uneasy truce. Everyone comes to the city eventually and anything can happen."
-from the opening paragraph of the Cityscape Role Playing Game
It exists inside of time and space
It is every time and every place at once.
It is anchored in a sea of realities battling to assert themselves as the one true reality.
Welcome to The City, the core of everything, the center of the Omniverse.
Here, in a unique fluid and ever-changing role-playing game setting, mages and knights walk streets of lead and aluminum. Space-faring adventurers haggle with fantastic creatures over the price of rare gems. Cybernetic rogues hack into computer systems to get access to a temple's archives. The dead walk again as winged creatures descend from islands in the sky to learn from the most learned scholars. Steam-powered vehicles travel through the most difficult terrain, carrying gargoyles and aliens together to their final destination.
Everything that can be, is, in The City.
The gates stand open awaiting new visitors.
Dare you venture inside?
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Release Date: February, 2007
Read what others are saying about CITYSCAPE: CITY ON THE NEXUS OF THE OMNIVERSE...
"...it is like other multi-genre settings, but without the munchkin-isms" - E. Duckworth, Cincinnati, Ohio
"...While the interior art was old school (which is what I enjoy) the interior backdrop was fantastic! As for written content, I love it. This game is a must for sci-fi fans all around!" - J. Libby, Gorham, Maine
"After reading through Cityscape I think you and I are alike in the respect that we like to play with all our toys in the same sand box. The thing that has drawn me to d20 is the ability to blend genre easily. You've taken it to another level with this game. It's a great book." - Michael O'Rell
"Cityscape really takes Open Game Content to a new whole new level with a really cool variety of races, the art is occasionally uneven but I loved the cover. When I think of Cityscape, I think of the works of Philip Jose Farmer crossed with Philip K. Dick crossed with a run of Marvel Comics. It's not perfect, then again what in the world really is, but it does really pull you in and it turns out to be surprisingly engrossing if you give it half a chance. I would recommend Cityscape." - J. Bierce, Arizona, USA
"Cityscape is a fantastic roleplaying world. It's an original take on the standard fantasy setting, bringing science fiction into a magic world more as a flare than an emphasis. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to seeing more works from Battlefield press!" - Jeremy, Stanwood, WA