Vast & Starlit

Vast & StarlitEscaped from Mercy-Class Stellar Prison V-917x aboard a craft of unknown origin, fleeing from world to world, seeking a place to hide, a place of peace, a place to call home . . .

Clocking in at just under 450 words, this full-color massive tome contains all you need to play out your space fugitive fantasies on a grand scale. Including:

  • Character creation rules;
  • Rules for creating your rogue vessel;
  • Aggressive GM-full, drama-forward, scene now, story framing mechanics;
  • Complete rules for creating alien species, cultures and environments;
  • And bold diceless resolution mechanics.

An endless universe of adventure that fits in your pocket. And the price, oh the price! All you have to do is put one fat American dollar in my wallet and I’ll put one of these puppies in yours. The only catch is that you literally have to do that. The game is not available any other way.

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8 comments

  1. Mads Egedal Kirchhoff · March 5, 2013

    I don’t suppose you’re coming to fastaval again just so I can put money in your pocket…

    • Epidiah · March 5, 2013

      This little game is going to force me to do some travelling that I really want to do.

  2. Maitresinh · March 5, 2013

    that’s (frankly) unfair for people living far away from the new world.
    No USD, no access to your wallet, unless your paypal account can make be a virtual wallet ?

    • Epidiah · March 5, 2013

      In a week or so–once I get the physical product in my grubby little hands–I may be making announcement about how well self-addressed, stamped envelopes work as messengers betwixt wallets. But keep that under your hat, because I’ve got to figure some things out about that first.

      • Maitresinh · March 7, 2013

        great. Can we put euro instead of USD in the enveloppe ? five euro banknote for instance ? Andd get a pdf ?

  3. Joseph · March 7, 2013

    PAAAAXXXX EEAAAST.

    • Epidiah · March 7, 2013

      The order just shipped, so I will be at PAX East with these puppies in hand.

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