The Barrington Tor is (or rather was) a corporate transport ship used by Nebula Vista Corporation to ferry high value cargo and representatives across the frontier. When the ship went missing two weeks ago it made interstellar news.
Last week a satellite located its remains on the dark side of Loridian (in the Kassel System), and an expensive search was undertaken by local rescuers who failed... [click here for more]
Among the stars in a distant galaxy there exists a region of densely populated habitable worlds. It is here your story begins, a place commonly called "the frontier" where people dwell and tales unfold.
The Galactic Federation's power now wanes as corporations rise to fill the void left behind by the loss of their protection and authority. Citizens push on against adversity and defy the obviousness... [click here for more]
A Referee is many things: host, writer, actor, and judge. While players play, you have to do everything else. It’s almost like work, and isn’t for everyone. But you’re different; you LIKE the job. It’s a big job to do, and your toolkit should stack up to the size of your job.
The Referee’s Handbook is the essential toolkit for the FrontierSpace roleplaying game. While it does contain... [click here for more]
This is a 10-page set of inserts for sliding into a universal Referee Screen. You pick and choose which inserts you want to show the players, and which you want to face yourself. Unused player inserts can be used as reference cards at the game table. This is easily the best set-up for a well-prepared Referee to manage high stake combats and unusual situational cinematics. It is a must-have!
This... [click here for more]
For decades an unnamed distant star and its small orbital manifest have been ignored by navigators, after initial exploration yielded worthless results. New discoveries necessitated a new survey expedition, whose daily subspace messages have shown promise. But there have been no messages for four days, prompting concern.
The characters are sent to Zindrin’s Moon to secure the safety of the survey... [click here for more]