Galaxy Pirates - Enlightenment Gear Book One: Armor and Weapons PDF
Evil Robot Games
The Enlightenment Gear books are all centered around equipment that helps you see, or hides you from others sight. The soldier on the cover wears active camouflage to help him blend in with his surroundings. Others coat their armor and weapons in NuBlack, the darkest substance made by science so they can hide in the shadows.
Eight suits of futuristic armor.
Thirteen Armor and Weapon enhancements
We are offering this title at a reduced price in order to get some early feedback on the line. We expect to update these supplements to Starfinder shortly after the system comes out.
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