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0-hr: Talon Poster Images

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I've created paper deckplan posters for several of the ships from my Future Armada and Armada Codex product lines. The product for sale here is a digital image of the Talon/Omega-Zed poster and is intended 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 grid built into the floor of each ship.

Lex Talionis, or "Talon" for short, is a bounty hunter customization of the Lelantos-Alpha class hunter-killer used by the military. It is stylish and high-tech, with an automated med bay and sizable cargo hold. It can be flown by a lone hunter but has beds for six. The trio of holding cells are designed to be usable as additional cabins if desired.

Omega-Zed was salvaged from a Lelantos-Omega class command and control ship. This grungy wingless deathtrap features filthy cells, kennels, and a blood-stained arena - as well as a common room and throne-like seating for the ship's master. If slavers aren't your thing, the layout could also represent raiders or a post-apocalyptic troop transport.

The Talon bounty hunter is the front of the poster (image 1) and the Omega-Zed slaver is on the back (image 2). Also for sale at RPGNow are the Talon issue of Future Armada and the Omega-Zed issue of Armada Codex. These products detail the ships and their interiors, and also include the deckplans (on a plain white background) broken into pages for printing.

Demo documents, sample art, posters, & starship miniatures, are available at .

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File Last Updated:
February 28, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on February 28, 2019.