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Welcome to 0-hr: art & technology - starship designs, digital art, and game development by Ryan Wolfe. Below you can find information about my deluxe deckplans, posters, and miniatures. These are top-quality products designed to enhance your table-top games and help bring your adventures to life. Zero hour, it's time to play!

View:
Armada Overview
Gallery of Starships

Buy:
Starship Posters & Miniatures
Shadowstar Corsairs Boardgame

Download:
Future Armada sample docs
Armada Codex sample docs

Posters and miniatures from my Kickstarter campaigns are available for sale via the link above. For digital products, please visit DriveThru RPG or RPGNow.


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Starfinder

Port Zero is my ongoing collection of ships converted for use with Starfinder by Paizo Publishing. The PDFs are form-fillable and have both color and black & white layers. Flat images are also available as is a blank sheet for your own use.



Future Armada: Mercury & Talarion

Now on Kickstarter, the Mercury project presents a double sided deckplan poster and matching miniature - both perfect for Starfinder and other d20 sci-fi RPGs. The campaign will run through September with the goods being delivered by the end of October.

The Talarion issue of Armada Codex is included with the Kickstarter, and is also for sale separately at RPGNow.


Armada Codex: Crucible

Issue #5 of the Armada Codex is now available at RPGNow and DriveThruRPG! The Crucible-class is a medium-sized station designed to convert raw materials into finished goods. Some stations are used as industrial ore processing stations or gas mines. Others are employed as military academies or civilian training facilities - transforming recruits into professionals. Still others may process nothing but wealth and power as corporate outposts or crime syndicate headquarters. These stations have room for a hundred personnel and boast a variety of facilities to suit a wide range of duties.

The Crucible-class station was also the subject of a Kickstarter Campaign run earlier in the year. Backers already have their merchandise and the posters and miniatures will be available to the general public soon.


Future Armada: Redux Beta

Issue #20 of Future Armada is also on the virtual shelves of RPGNow and DriveThruRPG! This issue is "Redux Beta" and presents variants based on the existing ships Morningstar and Ajax (from the MisFortune issue). It also includes a collection of cargo containers to use as colony pods and a variant TOAD to help deliver them.

This is the final issue of Future Armada, though the Armada Codex line (with layered PDFs and generic stat blocks) will continue at full speed.



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