I received the Emergency Pack this week and it’s time for a review, or a bit of show and tell. The tiles are glossy laminated cardstock like the other tiles from Paizo.
This image is of corridor tiles with four 10×15 rooms off of a 10 ft corridor, and then red alert, on fire and battle damaged.
This image is the reverse of the previous tiles, which happen to be corner tiles, two on red alert one on fire.
This image is six 10×10 cubes off a 10 ft corridor, the red alert, then angry Thor-idor.
This image is the reverse of the previous tiles, which happen to be four way intersection, angry Thor-ner and red alert corner.
This image is all corner tiles, red alert, on fire, angry Thor, and battle damage.
This image is the reverse of the previous tiles, medical lab, battle damaged corner, red alert corridors.
This image is all three way intersection tiles, red alert, on fire, angry Thor, and battle damage.
The reverse of the previous tiles, medical lab, angry Thor-idor, airlock on fire, Thor hates airlocks too, battle damage airlock.
Four way intersection tiles, red alert, on fire, angry Thor-way, battle damage intersection.
These tiles are big things, a power core or shield generator, fire or explosion, opened maintenance hatch, power coupling? red alert on the cargo bay?
Tiles with two escape pods, and red alert, it might be interesting to black out the escape pods and cover them with poker chips or something the GM or PCs can take away as they launch.
Cargo area and battle damaged tiles.
Workstation area tiles, on fire, my first tech support job, battle damage. To explain the joke that no one will get, we had dozens of cubicles on one floor of an otherwise open floor, it had short carpet and really dry air. You didn’t have to try to shock people by shuffling your feet on the carpet, you had to ground yourself before touching things not to shock them. We went through a new timeclock every couple of weeks. Before Sitel bought them, the company’s name was SSDI, which one of our customers called Serious Static Discharge Incorporated.
Reverse of the workstations tiles, corner, Thor hates medical bays, storage on fire, battle damaged secondary bridge.
Last 3 tiles in the emergency set
The reverse of the last 3 tiles.
Since I never reviewed the original Space Station tiles I have some more photos, those will be posted to this review later, but my Destiny fireteam does strikes on Sunday nights.
We do have 1,200 word of flash fiction about our space Gnolls if you want something to do while you’re waiting.
The original Starfinder Flip-Tiles: Space Station basically all of the tiles I did not use in the above shots and any copies of extras.
Different size compartments.
Airlocks with different corridor configurations.
Corners and intersections, you get a lot of corners, but they are not all the same corner, some have inside areas, other don’t and the different sized compartments allow for different kinds of deck designs.
Hydroponics and big things, like the big things from the emergency set, we get a power core or shield generator, exposed maintenance hatch, power coupling, and empty space for playing space basketball or cargo loading.
Medical bays, weird rooms, storage, secondary bridges, and more storage.
Be sure to put in plenty of escape pods so you don’t have to fight a gorilla for the last one.
And that concludes the show and tell for Starfinder Flip-Tiles: Space Station and the Emergency Expansion. Seriously though go check out the flash fiction and tell us what you think, Thomas is starting to write 5 more for the other factions tomorrow.
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