This ongoing series of electronic books (.PDF Files) presents complete descriptions, deckplans, statistics, and 3D renderings of a wide variety of starships, stations, and support vessels. Future Armada is the initial product line and the Armada Codex is the new series.

  • Both product lines include full color maps designed for miniatures (1 inch = 5 feet).
    • Divided up into printable pages, and as poster-size images where feasible.
    • Printer friendly, black & white map pages are also included.

  • Future Armada provides d20 Future statistics and details a specific ship and its crew. Starfinder statistics are coming soon!

  • Codex issues present a class of ship as a whole rather than spotlight one specific vessel and crew. Generic stat blocks are supplied to aid conversion to any system and layered PDF files are employed so that the map options can be turned on and off on the fly.


Since they don't fit well in the image above, I've created a separate portrait of the big ships. For those interested I also drew up a version showing the small ships labeled and another showing the big ships labeled with issue number and ship name. There is also a big image with many of the ship logos available for viewing.


For various reasons, I have made some minor variants of some existing ships, and a whole new deck for the strike carrier Orion. People who own the Future Armada issues can download PDF files with these misc bonus pages and the Orion-specific bonus pages to modify their map layouts.

Because many people have asked about the Confederation, I have written up some of my design notes on the Future Armada setting. Lastly, a short Errata Document is provided. It contains corrections that have been made to the products (new updates will already include these changes).

Thank you for stopping by - you can contact me with questions or concerns (email information can be found from the main page). I hope that the ships and stations of Future Armada may be of use to you in your campaign. More will be joining the fleet in the months ahead.


Ryan Wolfe