The SPACE PATROL Needs YOU!
The Space Patrol! Help protect innocent lives from the scourge of space piracy! Fight interstellar crime! Let the Navy play its wargames, the real action is in the merchant lanes with the Space Patrol. Join the galaxy’s elite crime fighting organization now!
The Space Patrol is a supplement for the Cepheus Engine rules and 2D6 SciFi OGL games.... [click here for more]
These Stars Are Ours is a space-opera setting for the Cepheus Engine Core Rules and other 2D6 OGL SciFi games. Set in 2260 AD - two years after the Terrans took Keid and forced the Reticulan Empire to capitulate the book it introduces the player characters to the immediate aftermath of the Terran victory in the Terran Liberation War against the mighty Reticulan Empire and its... [click here for more]
Extrastellar Set Two: Space Colonists provides specialist and civilian paper miniatures designed for role-playing with such games such as Starfinder, Traveller or White Star RPG. The miniatures would also be perfectly at home as minions for a superhero setting or vault dwellers in a post-apocalyptic game. With lots of colour options available and unlocked pdf files allowing for easy modding, this set... [click here for more]
High resolution, print-ready star maps for the Cepheus Engine, OGL 2D6 Sci-Fi games, and any other science-fiction game using hexagon star maps.
The package includes:
Subsector map, 8x10 hexes, 1919x2955 pixels.
Half sector map map, 2x4 subsectors, 20x32 hexes, 6854x5532 pixels.
Sector map, 4x4 subsectors, 40x32 hexes, 6858x10192 pixels.
Permission to Print and Photocopy
Stellagama... [click here for more]
Extrastellar Set One: Space Adventurers is jam-packed full of retro sci fi goodness inspired by movies and pop culture of the 1970s and 1980s. Designed for role playing with such games such as Traveller or White Star RPG. Explore the universe in style with this set of dynamic paper miniatures.
Paper miniatures are perfect for roleplaying games or wargames. All files are 300dpi and include front... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Draconem sub-sector!
This creation is something that I began on my blog [www.andrewjluther.com] as a discussion of science fiction roleplaying in the early days of the hobby with the first edition of the first SF RPG released back in 1977. Back in those days, there was no “official” setting published in which players were expected to set their games. In fact, it was generally... [click here for more]