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.
Designer at Evilrobotgames.com
I had a colleague ask me today about the OGL, and really OGL questions are normally about Section 15. It’s twenty years old, you hang out long enough in RPG publishing spaces and you see a lot of questions about … Continue reading →
One of Tim Ferriss questions for different experts is what activity is a waste of time and while I’m not going to be totally binary on that front, I would like to talk about business activities you need to start … Continue reading →
Today I’d like to talk a little bit about firearms in your 5e game, I’m not going to have the firearms don’t belong in fantasy discussion, I want to focus primarily on modern 5e settings where firearms are appropriate. The … Continue reading →
In 1854 Smith & Wesson patented a lever action pistol using rocket ball ammunition in .31 and .41 calibers. There are a lot of half truths and flat out lies about these pistols The .31 caliber No. 1 pistol shot … Continue reading →
I’m going through a lot of my early notes on the Galaxy Pirates design and playtest. January 19, 2012 my base materials were D20 Modern, D20 Future and Pathfinder 1e which I felt had improved things over the 3.0 baseline … Continue reading →
I’m going through a lot of my early notes on the Galaxy Pirates design and playtest. December 20, 2011 my base materials were D20 Modern, D20 Future and Pathfinder 1e which I felt had improved things over the 3.0 baseline … Continue reading →
Recently I posted four weapon damage tables based almost entirely off the ones found on Owen KC Stephens blog, you should go there and look at it, maybe throw some money at his patreon if you enjoy the content and … Continue reading →
Admiral François-Edmond Pâris published a book of drawings and writings of his called Souvenirs de marine conservés, there are three volumes of huge lineart ship drawings for many ships from around the world. In 1976 a German company published a reprint … Continue reading →
In the Starship Operations manual, they attempted to address one of my issues with starship design. Ships with all guns and ships with all armor/shields are all treated as the same within their budget, but may not reflect their real … Continue reading →
So I bought this book on Kindle, it’s based on a print version, each tip covers a page of examples and explanation. I sometimes read books on tabletop game design, board game design and video game design, I wanted to … Continue reading →