Find out more about the people and ideas behind Eclipse Phase!
Posthuman Studios is a small company—just 4 people: Rob Boyle, Davidson Cole, Brian Cross, and Adam Jury. And only 2 of us (Rob & Adam) work on publishing our games full-time. Aside from our social media presence, you can also follow us directly:
- Rob Boyle's Personal Site Includes links to all of our CC-licensed material.
- Rob Boyle on Twitch, where he DJs a weekly techno-industrial night with his partner Flesh_Bot.
- Rob Boyle on Twitter.
- Davidson Cole's Personal Site.
- Adam Jury's Personal Site.
- Adam Jury on Twitch, where he streams design work and Magic games.
- Adam Jury on Twitter.
Posthuman works with an array of extremely talented folks. You can follow some of them via the links below.
- Eddy Webb
- Jason Mical
- Jeff Eaton
- Karen Twelves
- Ross Payton
- Scott Fox/iVardensphere
- Simon Berman
- Tiara Lynn Agresta
- Travas Gunnell
Posthuman Studios works with many other companies around the world to bring Eclipse Phase to its audience:
- Atlas Games (warehousing and fulfillment services)
- Indie Press Revolution (online sales and convention support)
- DriveThruRPG (online sales)
- Black Book Editions (French translations)
- Arclight (Japanese translations)
- Pandora's Box Studio (Russian translations)
- New Order Editora (Portuguese translations)
- White Dragon (Korean translations)
Eclipse Phase takes inspiration from many sources. Find an incomplete list here.
Transhumanism & Technology
Explore the science, politics, technology, and philosophies behind Eclipse Phase. Gamemasters might find these resources valuable in enhancing play and creating stories in the Eclipse Phase universe.
- Transhumanism on Wikipedia
- Transhumanist Declaration
- Acceleratiion Studies Foundation
- Atomic Rockets
- Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics
- Foresight Institute
- Future of Humanity Institute
- Humanity Plus
- Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies
- Nick Bostrom
- Open the Future
Politics and Economics
Eclipse Phase explores a number of political and economic models that are not widespread today, but which have potential in the future. These sites will provide you with more information on these ideas:
- Anarchism on Wikipedia
- An Anarchist FAQ
- Accelerating Anarchism
- Anarcho-Transhuman Journal
- Anarcho-Transhumanism on H+Pedia
- Cognitive Liberty on Wikipedia
- Democratic Transhumanism
- Gift Economy on Wikipedia
- Morphological Freedom on Wikipedia
- Nanosocialism on Wikipedia
- The Politics of Transhumanism
- Post-Scarcity Economy on Wikipedia
- Queering the Singularity
- Techno-Progressivism on Wikipedia