Lord Fyre wrote:
They have all been play tested. As far as being balanced they have some big advantages and some big disadvantages. Experienced game masters can generally make things as balanced as they like. The AAI could get out of hand with an inexperienced GM, but I can say in our play-test group the first thing our GM did was replace all the ship AIs with AAIs and it added a lot of dimension to the game.
For those of you with 3D printers we have been using dutchmogul for our Starfinder (Gravity Age) campaigns.
If you are looking for a good $200 or less 3D printer I have been knocking out miniatures with the Ender 2. There are some Starfinder specific STLs available for less than a single mini price.
This accessory for the Starfinder Roleplaying Game includes rules for playing robot AAI characters (biodroids, bioreplicas, and mechanoids). Players will be able to create robot characters without the limitations of biological components. Game Masters will be able to challenge their players with crazy AAIs straight out of science fiction horror. We have tapped into the Laws of Robotics and principal directives to give each AAI some robotic flare and quirkiness. Perhaps a robotic frame is too constrictive for you? Then you might want to play a free AAI and roam your core network projecting holographic avatars and occasionally take a stroll around in your bioreplica body. This accessory contains new material covering:
Imagine living on a mining colony without proper radiation shielding, mega-corporations experimenting on sentient beings, or a post-apocalyptic setting. Many science fiction universes are anchored on the existence of mutants. The Gravity Age: Mutant Menagerie will provide players and GMs with 1000’s of mutation combinations. It will also introduce a mutant building mechanic that stays true to the new Starfinder Roleplaying Game mechanics while attempting to maintain level appropriate balance. If you have enjoyed mutant themed RPGs in the past, this accessory is for you. As far as character building and monster creation I truly believe this will be one of our strangest publications to date.
• The Metamorph Archetype
And now on Paizo!
Gravity Age: Bioware Emporium is the 4th release by Stroh Hammer for the Strarfinder Roleplaying Game. Get your freak on! Genetic enhancements allow character races to transcend beyond their imperfect forms. If messing around with your own genetic code sounds troubling, don’t worry you can always enhance yourself with a genetically modified symbiotic leech, fungi, plant, or worm!
I really like starfinder but have been taken back with just how few monsters there are to work with. I'm a fan of looking up monster stats on the fly without having to constantly convert them so I was wondering. Is it possible to simply take the time to convert all the existing bestiary's from pathfinder to starfinder (ambitious I know) and still be able to publish them as 3rd party content? Obviously the bios of many if not all monsters would have to be adapted to fit a space setting but it's an idea that has intrigued me.
You could convert almost all of them, but you would have to write a new description for most, some would need to be renamed, and unless you have an in house artist producing the book could get really expensive.
Lord Mhoram wrote:
Stroh Hammer will be releasing Gravity Age: Bioware Emporium in late Sept or early Oct and a Mutants book in November.
Good to have some free Gravity Age stuff out there. ;)
Gravity Age: Creature Update 00 is available in the PAIZO store!
Look for the SHGA-CU00r1, we updated the Aether Wraith damage. We realized we only included their average melee damage in the initial release.
Sometimes the most wonderful and terrible things come in small packages. Nanotech will help humanity conquer the stars but it has a dark side. If misused the same nanites that delivered humanity to the stars could end their civilization. This accessory contains new material covering:
Hopefully everyone loves free material. This collection includes
The Gravity Age: Creature Update 00 is available now on quality e-book retailers and for free download at http://www.gravityage.com
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Its available now on DrivethruRPG...its taking a bit longer to get on the other two.
Science fiction will become science fact in the future and self-improvement through cybernetic augmentation will become commonplace.
This accessory should help fill in the some of the gaps in under the augmentations section of the rules.