Map Library #007

June 6, 2009

Been very busy lately what with playtesting 3 books, designing a boardgame and writing 2 supplements but here is something that has been drafted up this week. After the 4th Edition D&D sessions the group decided to try out the new Starblazer Adventures game from Cubicle7. I have to say that I think this is rapidly becoming my favourite game at the moment, mainly due to the great rule set that is derived from Fate. I’ll do a review in the not to distant future but for now here is a collaborative system map that was designed by the group this week.

Starblazer setting

Starblazer setting


Fun with Planets

April 14, 2009

Another post in the series of “Not only maps in Photoshop…”  This is just me messing around trying to get images for planets for my sci-fi games that Im preparing.  These 3 images took around an hour to build thanks to the many great filters in PS. This would be a lot harder without them.

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Wiki’s for RPG’s

April 6, 2009

Tme for another list of links, some Wiki’s this time that caught my eye and are pretty helpful to any gamer.


Character Library #005 – Starblazer Adventures

March 6, 2009

So to another entry to the character library. This time keeping up with the times as we did with the last post here is a character for the newly released Starblazer Adventures from Cubicle 7. This is a new game that is run on a modified Fate system. (see www.faterpg.com for more info)

I’ve kind of been obsessed with this game since playing in a demo game at Dragonmeet in London in December ’08. The game is very fluid and the system works a treat for high adventures and the whole genre of space opera that Starblazer tries to emulate. All round a great game.

CL005 – Mathus Kron – Starblazer Adventures (PDF – 773Kb)