My current Kickstarter campaign, running through December 6th and shipping well in time for the holidays,
features a half-size poster that presents a trio of small ships.
Kaeru is a scout ship that supports a crew of six and can carry a Sasori-class heavy fighter on its back.
Arkadin is an ultralight carrier designed to transport a trio of Sasori. It provides fuel, supplies, and FTL transport for extended missions.
The Sasori-class heavy fighter has two seats and is designed to dock with ships in space so it can be accessed from inside.
The posters and miniatures will eventually show up on my shop page here and on
The digital documents, which provide room by room descriptions, Starfinder stats, and VTT images of the poster will be for sale at
DriveThruRPG.com after the campaign.
The Star Foundry 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
sheet for your own use.
The Armada Codex and older Future Armada product lines are a series of documents
and deckplans that describe a variety of ships and stations for sci-fi RPGs. For example,
a recent issue of the Codex presents Atlas: a spherical tail-lander with three variants:
The digital documents, which provide room by room descriptions and additional details are available
here, along with everything else at
Europa - a freighter with a cavernous hold.
Pangea - a passenger ship with a variety of accomodations.
Meridian - a military dropship for a lance of combat mechs.
Physical posters and miniatures for most of the ships are available in the
Zero Hour Shop.
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0-hr @ mail.com.
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