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Sea of Stars: A Sourcebook for Building Futuristic d20 Campaigns


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Since the dawn of history, Mankind has gazed at the stars with longing. Now your players can reach the stars. Sea of Stars is a complete resource for planning, designing, and expanding a futuristic d20 campaign. This 87 page book covers everything from interstellar empires to the starships in their fleets. In addition to numerous examples of weapons, equipment, and governments, Sea of Stars includes the Campaign Worksheet, a step-by-step tool for creating new technologies, societies, economies, and more. Sea of Stars contains extensive notes on how the various elements in a campaign can work together to add greater depth to your game.
Sea of Stars is the first in a series of campaign-building tools from Harbinger Games.

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November 8th, 2006
Awesome. I like the open endedness of this product, and the abilty to transpose ideas from this into other areas of creativity<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: The way it discusses technology, or theories Past, present, future, and offers [...]
November 5th, 2003
The Bad product I've bought from rpgnow, absolutely usless, the book is a bad collection of ideas and information that colud be unknown only to a 6 years old baby, if you ever watched a sf movie or show or, better, read any books this product is absolu [...]
October 6th, 2003
Okay product. It mostly focuses on what sorts of things need to be considered when developing your own d20 scifi setting, while providing info on many generic topics so that you can maintain consistency. For people looking for chunky stats, this is [...]
March 5th, 2003
I purchased this supplement, hoping that it would give me campaign ideas for assimilation into my campaign; not an unreasonable assumption considering the description of the product. What I recieved instead was a laundry list of technological examples [...]
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