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.
If you have any feedback about our books please feel free to contact us.
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A while back I made a post on the cost of creating the Pirate Fighter, it had a $1.33 piece of stock art on the cover and a handful of stat blocks. There were several other stock art spaceships. On … Continue reading →
So broadening my view of D20 based Science Fiction games I looked at Spaceships and Starwyrms, it’s based on the 5th edition of the world’s blah blah blah fantasy game. Today I’m just focussing on ships. Their size categories mostly … Continue reading →
Aerial Combat is kind of specialized and has different needs than some other TTRPGs like fantasy games many of which use an I go you go turn system and a random initiative. As I was reading Speed of Heat a … Continue reading →
In 1851 Sam Colt introduced the Colt Navy a .36 caliber revolver it was an open frame single action percussion cap and ball with a loading lever. It wasn’t made for the Navy, it had an engraving of a naval … Continue reading →
So in the Pre and Post publication checklist post I mentioned a few different ways (Facebook, Reddit, Twitter) you could announce your new product to the world and the most common feedback that I received was that I didn’t include … Continue reading →
As part of the series on the RPG Publishing business I am trying to describe what the different stages are in making a game book. At each stage I want to present what different people contribute to the book. One … Continue reading →
So I’ve recently watched all three Hellboy movies, Van Helsing, Jonah Hex, Last Witchhunter, Hansel and Gretel and took some game notes. Some Supernatural hunters are supernatural creatures themselves or have magic gifts or curses that give them insight into … Continue reading →
I’m crash testing some Pinterest Pins from my Entrepreneurship board to see how applicable the advice is based on 6 months testing my publishing company.. The Story – This list was from a Pinterest Pin called “16 Common mistakes to … Continue reading →
From a Pinterest Pin and a list in the Motivation Myth, steps copied here as an example, it’s just a starting point I will flesh this out later. I’m crash testing some Pinterest Pins from my Entrepreneurship board to see … Continue reading →
Ken Burnside said something in the Starfinder Facebook group about the pilot in starship combat has the only interesting choices to make. He said there is something of the same problem in car chases. So I wondered what starship combat … Continue reading →