Starjammer: Medical Marvels (PFRPG) PDF
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The Void is brighter with digital eyes!
Welcome to Starjammer: Medical Marvels!
Where does a person in the Void have to go to get the latest and greatest in upgrades? Anywhere that will take your COMET credit bracelet, that’s where! Not all upgrades or pharmaceuticals are legal so it pays to know where to go, and what you will be buying.
Welcome to Starjammer: Medical Marvels. Contained in this catalog you will find cybernetic upgrades, legal and illegal drugs and enhancements, and much more.
"Starjammer: Medical Marvels" is a must-have addition to your Starjammer collection and a great add-on for anyone playing the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game in a science fiction setting!
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