Trials in Tainted Space is a free text game about exploring the universe, yourself, and its myriad inhabitants in fun and customizeable ways. The game is built to accommodate everything from you playing a studly ship captain to a busty space-slattern to a masculine-looking hermaphrodite to a hard-working mercenary just looking for his next job.
Trials in Tainted Space 's gameplay is not immune to exploitation. There are various features the player can access, intentional or otherwise, to gain a desired advantage in the game. Most of these exploits may have been left in the game during various points of development and are subject to change if and while the game is in development.
Please note that this is mainly maintained by fans and has the potential to be rather out of date, or just plain incorrect. Guest authors and coders are encouraged to make corrections when errors are spotted but essentially what we're saying is don't make the assumption that what you read here is perfectly accurate.
Trials in Tainted Space features two different styles of encounter-able characters. Persistent characters have various attributes that may or may not be affected by the players interactions, and are stored in the same manner as the player character's data.
For a more comprehensive breakdown of characters featured in the game, see the Characters category. In addition to persistent characters, there are a of generic encounter-able characters. For most of these, it is heavily implied that the player does not repeatedly encounter the same generic character over and over, and thus, the game does not store a full stat block for these characters without due cause.
There are a few limited exceptions to the rule of these always being a different individual: one example is V-KO.
She is both a static character and a repeatable encounter on Mhen'ga ; but as a factory-produced machine that is styled to act as a ubiquitous medical dispenser, more V-KO bots are liable to find their way to other planets while using the same "encounter template" as the one on Mhen'ga. Indeed, there are plans to eventually enable the player to add a version to their ship.
The game features a of different location styles, each of which generally aims towards an overriding theme or approach to the content made available at that location. See Category:Locations for more detailed breakdowns of locations.
For information about equipment and consumable itemssee the items category. For information about internal mechanics, formulas, and other implementation specifics, see Category:Game mechanics.
General story details and bits of background history on some events that have an impact in the TiTS universe. Applicable races found throughout the TiTS-verse. Note that not every single race encountered is listed.
For more creature variants, see Category:Creatures. There's a handy list of templates to be used when adding Wiki content regarding TiTS.
See Contributing. The location of the main game itself can be found at the official Trials in Tainted Space website.
For reference information on submitting written material to the TiTS game itself, see Writing Reference. For reference information on events in the TiTS game that can only occur on specific real-world dates, see Seasonal events.
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