Incarna (“Inifinite Incarnations”) is a set of free role-playing game (RPG) system rules for RPG gamers which can be adapted to any literary or campaign setting on many platforms. Built around character envisioning with dynamic action, and strong plot-driven scenarios.


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Business: Business platform development, license, and relationship opportunities exist in many forms.

Development: Material developers use Google Groups (currently publicly exposed) to discuss Incarna game issues.

Testing: Material testers use Google Groups to discuss Incarna game issues. This is currently publicly viewable.

Licensing Incarna

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Creative Commons License

With Incarna 5.0, we are rebuilt all the business opportunity materials. Old methods and approaches are dissolved and new ones are being formulated.

Making Incarna Materials

We encourage everyone to do it and publish it, posting notice on the Facebook page. Please keep in mind the development guidelines for Incarna and the Adventure Principle when making content. Although envisioned initially as a table-top RPG platform, it has the possibility for business and development on several platforms (cards, war-game, computerized/online, etc.).

ADVENTURE PRINCIPLE: There is no “campaign level” in Incarna. Story and play are the focus and any adventure should be able to be modified to support any measure of power or challenge. That is the strength of a great GM and system & tools to support them – the ability to tell a story with whatever characters and circumstances the Players have.

Solicited Feedback

You may see several points on the web site where the materials have a link to solicit feedback. Usually this means the materials are under consideration for change and/or expansion. This is a chance for you to provide a voice; if an idea of yours is used, we will attribute it to you. While you do not see it directly, most pages with content on the site have or will have a “Credits” section in the HTML source. They are styled to not show on the screen display, but do display when printed. The the Material Development Page for the HTML source of the attribution.