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Xeno File Issue 2: Dyson Alehouse (Starfinder)


Q: What space bar is the best place to lay low and make under the table plans?

A: Dyson Alehouse!

Q: Does it have the best drinks in the quadrant?

A: Darn right, it does!

Xeno File is a monthly PDF designed to EXPAND your Starfinder Roleplaying Game & Starjammer experience.
Taking a salute to penny dreadful and monthly pulp comics, Xeno Files will introduce races, organizations, and worlds to explore and incorporate into your Sci-Fi games for pocket change. 

XENO FILE Issue 2: The 2nd issue of the Galaxy's best Pulp Digital Ezine takes a look at the best Alehouse in all the Quadrant.

Dyson Alehouse serves as the perfect setting location for space age travelers to step back and have a quick drink. Travel to one of a 1000 possible side rooms to lay low or carry out a shady business deal.

Also Inside this Issue:

  • A conversion of Issue 1’s race, the Umvee, for use in a Pathfinder or Starjammer setting.
  • Statistics on the Umvee goddess: Daji. Statistics for Starfinder, Pathfinder, and Starjammer systems.

Hyperlinked to StarfinderSRD!

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Chance P September 17, 2017 8:53 pm UTC
It looks like it cut off some table entries in the Room Generation table.
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September 17, 2017 9:06 pm UTC
There are some odd arrangements in there due to chart size. I see 1-100. Which page specifically?
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Chance P September 18, 2017 10:01 pm UTC
Here's an example of what I'm seeing: I can see all of the entries but on the entries where it was two lines long, it doesn't show the second line.
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September 18, 2017 11:44 pm UTC
Ah. Good catch. Should be fixed now.
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This title was added to our catalog on September 17, 2017.