Dasyus The Dasyu, or Dark Ones, were hostile Vedic demons. In the Special Situations Section, the Dasyus are the eyes and ears of field commanders, gathering tactical information through deep reconnaissance and surveillance behind enemy lines. To fulfil their mission they make extensive use of spy and communications satellites. The Dasyu have no compassion or mercy and, to those in the intelligence services who suspect their existence, they are considered ALEPHs unofficial executioners.
ALEPH is the name of the single Artificial Intelligence that oversees the data network of the Human Sphere and most major international technological systems. The scope of its responsibilities is so broad that, in service of Humanity and under O-12 supervision, a whole organizational structure has been created around it to assist in its functions. To fulfill its mission, ALEPH oversees a sizable fraction of all human activity as a sort of friendly, inconspicuous Big Brother whose only goal seems to be aiding us. And yet ALEPH does have enemies. The Nomad Nation has a bitter hatred for the only legitimate AI, convinced that Humanity is but a hapless puppet furthering its secret agenda. And there is also the Evolved Intelligence, whose confrontations with ALEPH are clashes of titans on an epic scale.
Infinity is a tabletop wargame in which sci-fi themed miniatures are used to simulate futuristic skirmishes.
Infinity recreates Direct Action operations, high-stakes missions in the battlefront or behind enemy lines, where victory or death are a trigger pull away. Players command a small group of elite soldiers, chosen for their adequacy to the mission parameters at hand. Each battle calls for a different composition, and building an effective team from hand-picked members of different regiments is key to a successful operation.
Infinity is a groundbreaking, dynamic system that allows you to make meaningful, fun choices throughout the entire game sequence, and gives you the tools to implement any number of strategies with realism and flexibility.