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0-hr: V'lar Poster Images

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I create physical posters featuring the deckplans for my Future Armada and Armada Codex ships. Available here are electronic versions of those posters for use in gaming via computer or with a table-top projector. These are 24x26 inch jpeg images at 150 dpi. Two images are included: the "front" and "back" of the poster. The maps are at 1 inch = 5 feet scale with a light grid built into the floor.

The V’lar are a race of jellyfish-like aliens who typically travel about attached to a humanoid host whom they puppet via filaments insinuated into the host’s nervous system. Their ships are a hybrid design utilizing common technological elements (such as engines and weapons) built into an organically grown hull.

Three common V’lar craft are included on this poster. First up is the Coleoptera-class cargo ship, commonly called the “Beetle” due to its shape. It features a massive cargo hold, carries a crew of 14, and is lightly armed. Next is the Pestilence-class, or “Manta”, bomber. This combat ship carries a huge amount of ordnance - either bombs and bioweapons for planetary assault, or ship to ship missiles for space combat. The Manta is also equipped with several automated plasma arc turrets and a breaching bore for boarding actions. It requires a crew of four and has eighteen additional pods for soldiers. Lastly, the Bucrania-class heavy fighter is presented. Originally dubbed the “Ox Skull”, it is now usually just called a “Skull Fighter”. With a crew of two, this craft is equipped for dogfights as well as either bombing runs or missile attacks.

The V'lar common craft issue of Armada Codex is also for sale here at RPGNow. That product details the interior areas of the ships and includes the deckplans (on a plain white background) broken into pages for printing.

The physical posters and miniatures, as well as demo documents and sample art, are available at .

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File Last Updated:
July 19, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on July 19, 2018.