God but I love the above screenshot. Its just so... so damn frog-like :)
Anyhow, Frog God Games will be supporting Paizo's soon to be released Starfinder game with their very own Frog God Games Starfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible Line. Yep, its a mouthful, so lets see what it actually entails:
Paizo, the powers behind the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, are completing the final system check on the highly anticipated release of The Starfinder Roleplaying Game. Based on the robust, yet familiar The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, The Starfinder Roleplaying Game will be taking fans of The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game forward in time and to the edge of space where familiar races, powers and creatures have been unleashed.
Now beyond the bounds of their home world they traverse and expand into the dark reaches. Where cryptic cultures, xenomorphic horrors, and merciless enemies are scattered across alien worlds. New technologies, arcana and untapped alien arcana can be discovered in the vastness of space.
Which is where we come in...
Science Fantasy Frog God Style
Frog God Games is pleased to present to you its Starfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible Line, which, with your help, will release alongside Paizo's highly anticipated Starfinder Roleplaying Game: Core Rulebook ™ (expected August 2017). Frog God Games is pleased to present to you its Starfinder Compatible Line, which, with your help, will release alongside the core Starfinder rules (expected August 2017). We have seen the rules and are very excited to be supporting Paizo's foray into Science Fantasy.So, first thing to note is that it Starfinder isn't a Sci-Fi game, its Science Fantasy. I guess that means more Star Wars and less Star Trek. I actually hadn't realized it wasn't going to be Sci-Fi. Go figure.
The Starfinder Roleplaying Game compatible releases from Frog God Games consists of 2 Full-Color, 8.5 x 11 Hardcover Books: The Planetarium and the Tome of Aliens and a folio of six poster maps all available in both print and PDF format.
Second, if you look at the pledge levels, you'll notice there are some systemless options - specifically deck plans.
So, if you are an old school game whose preference is White Star or Stars Without Number, you can just snag the deck plans. Want Print plus PDF deck plans? 30 bucks.
+Alyssa Faden deck plans for the win!
Not sure I'll be picking up Starfinder (Pathfinder has WAY to much crunch for me) but deck plans like those sampled? Hell yeah!
Now to just hack Swords & Wizardry Light for some Sci-Fi or Sci-Fantasy gaming :)
I want to like Starfinder, but beyond character classes, I hate their rules.ReplyDelete
I agree Jacob, Pathfinder is a decent system but has way to many rules and unless you have a ton of cash it can be extremely expensive to get into. I feel that the Starfinder system will be the same.ReplyDelete
The timing on this KS seems premature to me. I understand why they'd want to have these books ready to ship by the time Starfinder is released in August but I'm not going to even begin to consider buying additional material for the system until I've had a chance to read the finalized core rules and decide if I like it or not.ReplyDelete