QAGS: Rocket Jocks PDF
Space! It's big, it's black, it's chock full of planets, and rocket ships go "ZOOM!" in it. QAGS: Rocket Jocks brings all the action and excitement of space-opera science fiction to your QAGS game. Inside, you'll find rules for creating and purchasing starships, detailed rules for space combat, new high-tech equipment, a random planet generator, and a brand new sci-fi setting, the sensational Sector 13! So fire up your gravity drive and come on in. A universe of rockets, ray guns, and robots awaits you!
QAGS: Rocket Jocks is an optional rules supplement for QAGS Second Edition written by Joshua LH Burnett (The Dungeon of Moderate Annoyance) and illustrated by Joshua LH Burnett and Leighton Connor (QAGS Second Edition).
Rocket Jocks: Explore More Worlds. Have More Fun!
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