Evil Robot Games launched our Galaxy Pirates line of supplements for Pathfinder and Starfinder back in July. Since then we’ve added dozens of monsters, NPCs, and starships for use in your home game. We expect to release a series of mini-settings for Starfinder very soon as well as some well needed crunch and more NPCs.
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We’re writing game supplements for Wild West, Victorian and Steampunk games and while the Wild West and Victorian stories have some real world history we can tie them to, Steampunk varies widely as a genre. Thew first thing we always … Continue reading →
Yesterday I opened my Tech Terrain from Paizo and printed out the deckplans of our Terran Frigate at Staples on their plotter. I’m going to showcase everything on the glossy map I printed in sections on my laser printer. Paizo’s … Continue reading →
Finally putting some bigger robots into Evil Robot Games. In Ring of Fire the testing of atomic bombs during WWII created a monstrous lizard the world came to know as Atomu. A giant bipedal lizard that menaced human cities around … Continue reading →
So this week I want to talk a little bit about a big ship coming out from us real soon now. The Terran Frigate, it’s only a large size ship in game terms but 300ft of ship in 5ft squares … Continue reading →
In this checklist we’re going to explore how you tell the world about your recently finished RPG book. Owen KC Stephens did a very nice piece on how a book gets made and this article is probably between steps 7 … Continue reading →
This is a placeholder with some tidbits we’ve come across, there will be a real style guide here for Starfinder and Pathfinder 2e eventually. Owen KC Stephens has written a checklist of things to look for in your writing before … Continue reading →
Jim wrote some thoughts on Twitter yesterday and today I’ve put them here for your convenience. So, if “A Broken Sky” for Pathfinder Second Edition, takes place on a chain of islands orbiting around a massive, free-floating sea which itself … Continue reading →
Evil Robot Games presents our first setting for Pathfinder second edition, under the Fantastic Ramblings imprint. A Broken Sky is a 56 page campaign setting for your Pathfinder 2e home games. A Broken Sky is available from DriveThruRPG and Paizo.com … Continue reading →
Starfinder’s Starships and combat are really designed for small 5-6 person ships, I say this because there are cracks in the system that start to become evident with larger vessels. We’ll stay to smaller party sized ships for this how-to … Continue reading →
Our Cartographer Matt Francella wants to build a pirate city something akin to the Spanish fortress at Tortuga. The Island of Tortuga had a Spanish fortress on it as well as wild hogs that the pirates could live off of. … Continue reading →