Random encounter tables for the default setting.
Second the above. Random encounter tables.
Does it have a trademark license so we can label a supplement as White Star Compatible?
there is a White Star compatibility logo in the White Star g+ communityhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/111477905406133956099
Yeah, that stuff!!!
For me its always items both mundane and "magic". After that I think environments and adventures.
I'm curious as to what will set White Star apart from my two beloveds, Stars Without Number and X-plorers. I might nab it just to see what I can steal and drop into other games. That cover is flippin' sweet, though.
You must be a huge Jeff Dee fan! That's him!
Matt - you have issues ;)
Yeah, I'm curious what White Star offers that's distinct from X-plorers.
Encounters. Random tables are okay as long as there is at least a paragraph to flesh out the encounter rather than just "12-13: space bandits"
The book didn't feel toolboxy enough for me so tables of stuff like Alien qualities/abilities not covered in the spell section, and modular starship parts for building starships on the fly. Stats for skybike were something I didn't see in the vehicle section, which is something that would be welcome as that's one of the things that come to mind when I think of Flash Gordon.
More racial class archetypes (something like Alien Scout, for example)Perhaps some kind of engineer/scientist/techie classGround vehiclesMore advanced technology and weaponsMore space monsters ripped from the screens and pages of science-fiction (really, no Alien xenomorph?)
I'm a big Tech fan, so a Tech Manual that mixes in Starships, Hardware, and a small selection of Tech-related Classes and Seeds would be great to see.I'd personally be in favor a series that echoes the D&D 3.0 Supplement release schedule, with specific books with content focusing on areas of interest with both Character Expansion Options and DM Storytelling Options (Complete Technology, Complete Xenology, etc.)