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Peet wrote:
Kingdom-building rules for Starfinder?

did you mean sith empire bulding rules mate


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khadgar567 wrote:
Peet wrote:
Kingdom-building rules for Starfinder?
did you mean sith empire bulding rules mate

It's an interesting idea, regardless. I'll add it to our list of things to think about!


Owen,

Everyone has suggested the obvious. How about something not obvious? Can RGG provide some adventure seeds for different "bases?" Like pleasure planets, agricultural planets, mining asteroids, and so forth?

On second thought, what I've suggested is obvious too.


Owen KC Stephens wrote:
khadgar567 wrote:
Peet wrote:
Kingdom-building rules for Starfinder?
did you mean sith empire bulding rules mate
It's an interesting idea, regardless. I'll add it to our list of things to think about!

Yyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeesssssssssssssssss...


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Low level fauna. Just for the sake of novelty. I mean, you can file off the serial number of a rat till the heat death of the universe but maybe I want an extraterrestrial airborne crustacean.


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Looking back at things that RGG has done before;

Contacts system. Just a simple system of maintaining contacts and probably a sheet to track them. One thing about going into scifantasy is that there are a lot means of communication and a lot of people to contact. Having a series of 'boons' by occupation representing potential favors or information along with prices for these favors based on relationship status would be helpful.

RGG does really well with character options more than anything else to me so when there's an opportunity, creating new options for the existing classes (as opposed to new classes) is something I'd like to see. Particularly I think you do very well at finding new definitions within the classes to broaden the idea of what they are. Things like 'More X options' have been very useful for Pathfinder.

Based on large projects that I enjoy from RGG I'd have to say that Anachronistic Adventures is one of my favorites. I think those 'mundane classes' have a place in Starfinder as I have been using them for a Space Pathfinder game.


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Mr. Stephens,

I would like for you guys to do some progress level things. I think that is something that is up your alley as I have read almost of Rogue Genius Games materials and I love it. I loved that both RGG and Everyman's games did a massive bundle package on rpgnow as well. :)

Would be pretty cool if that was how you increased damage, etc. For example a PL 6 ship's damage reduction could be overcome by PL 7. A PL 7 ship's damage reduction could be overcome by PL 8.

Starfinder would be PL 6 so that would give your designers PL 7 and PL 8 at a minimum to design and play around with and I believe this would be a very very popular third party product as folks loved technology. Most of the fan base I believe for Starfinder are those that enjoyed Iron Gods.


Oliver Veyrac wrote:


Would be pretty cool if that was how you increased damage, etc. For example a PL 6 ship's damage reduction could be overcome by PL 7. A PL 7 ship's damage reduction could be overcome by PL 8.

I was just thinking about this very thing yesterday and I really like the idea...


Steven "Troll" O'Neal wrote:
Low level fauna. Just for the sake of novelty. I mean, you can file off the serial number of a rat till the heat death of the universe but maybe I want an extraterrestrial airborne crustacean.

That's an idea I've been discussing with my creative team, as well. No idea what the Genius is up to, but rest assured someone is working on it!


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How about 'Encounters in the Drift'? A book of things/events you can run into during drift travel.


ProductionPlatform3 wrote:
Steven "Troll" O'Neal wrote:
Low level fauna. Just for the sake of novelty. I mean, you can file off the serial number of a rat till the heat death of the universe but maybe I want an extraterrestrial airborne crustacean.
That's an idea I've been discussing with my creative team, as well. No idea what the Genius is up to, but rest assured someone is working on it!

I was about to find the original post and favorite it until I realized I made it. More on topic, I would love to see that.


Gilfalas wrote:
How about 'Encounters in the Drift'? A book of things/events you can run into during drift travel.

That would be cool... so cool I'm actually messing around with writing an adventure anthology like that. :) Just getting back into the RPG writing stuff after a decade away, so no promises and since I'm not established I won't be able to work out the details until the rules are out. But the Drift is big enough for plenty of encounters and options if Rogue Genius or other publishers have similar stuff.


Steven "Troll" O'Neal wrote:
I was about to find the original post and favorite it until I realized I made it. More on topic, I would love to see that.

I apologize for the rather significant lag between your post and my response - my day-job(s) have kept me hopping, as well as relocating 700 miles from home for the near future. We'd already started the process of introducing lower-level critters for Starjammer and our own RadLands settings (including the release of our Radzillas book, but we've made the decision to support Starfinder as we go forward, as well. Hopefully, we'll hit both "enjoyable" and "useful."

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Owen'll know more than I do, but I'm not sure whether "Drift" is open content or not. It might be considered IP, in which case we'd have to come up with our own similar-but-different 3PP terminology for it.


Ken Marable wrote:
Gilfalas wrote:
How about 'Encounters in the Drift'? A book of things/events you can run into during drift travel.
That would be cool... so cool I'm actually messing around with writing an adventure anthology like that. :) Just getting back into the RPG writing stuff after a decade away, so no promises and since I'm not established I won't be able to work out the details until the rules are out. But the Drift is big enough for plenty of encounters and options if Rogue Genius or other publishers have similar stuff.

If 'not established' implies 'would like to be once more', this thread might be of interest.


AinvarG wrote:
Ken Marable wrote:
Gilfalas wrote:
How about 'Encounters in the Drift'? A book of things/events you can run into during drift travel.
That would be cool... so cool I'm actually messing around with writing an adventure anthology like that. :) Just getting back into the RPG writing stuff after a decade away, so no promises and since I'm not established I won't be able to work out the details until the rules are out. But the Drift is big enough for plenty of encounters and options if Rogue Genius or other publishers have similar stuff.
If 'not established' implies 'would like to be once more', this thread might be of interest.

Awesome! Thanks!


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I can;t actually say anything about what is open or not, since RGG is under and NDA at the moment, but certainly if the Drift is closed content, "hyperspace" is a well-known concept we could play with.

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Alexander Augunas wrote:
Owen KC Stephens wrote:
I don't EXPECT that Flumph Noir will be a big part of our Starfinder plans, but it does seem like something people might enjoy.
Forwarding to BOTH Matts now!

Hmm... dark technomantic Arch-Flumphs, psyche-sailing the murky space of the data-dreaming, catching signals incoming from the deepest voids beyond our flickering lights.

Matt Banach

Scarab Sages

Do Technomantic Flumphs Dream of Electronic Waffles?


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I'm a child of the 80s, and as such, I would love, love, LOVE some sort of race/class/other that let you build and play as large, transforming robots. And one that goes all out. I want head masters, target masters, power masters, pretenders, combiner teams, etc. I would go as far as to say I NEED THIS type of supplement.

(And yes, I'm aware of the iron titan from Rite Publishing. I'm getting ready to play one, even. It helps scratch the itch, but I would just adore seeing a full on sci-fi version.)


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I'll admit I'd love to see an expansion to the starships and Starship combat. Fighter based combat - for those of us that loved the X-wing books.

Also "livings ships" - like Moya and Talon from Farscape.

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Nate Z wrote:

I'm a child of the 80s, and as such, I would love, love, LOVE some sort of race/class/other that let you build and play as large, transforming robots. And one that goes all out. I want head masters, target masters, power masters, pretenders, combiner teams, etc. I would go as far as to say I NEED THIS type of supplement.

(And yes, I'm aware of the iron titan from Rite Publishing. I'm getting ready to play one, even. It helps scratch the itch, but I would just adore seeing a full on sci-fi version.)

The Starfarer's Companion, which is Rogue Genius's first Starfinder-Compatible product doesn't have giant robots yet*, but it does have TONS of 80s and 90s sci-fi flair. There are a couple of pieces of art in the book that have a distinct Flash Gordon style, for instance. (The kobold is AMAZING and makes me squee every time I see it!)

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Lord Mhoram wrote:

I'll admit I'd love to see an expansion to the starships and Starship combat. Fighter based combat - for those of us that loved the X-wing books.

Also "livings ships" - like Moya and Talon from Farscape.

Gotta be careful to dodge the NDA minefield here, but I can promise that my buddy Matt Morris (of Everyman Gaming fame) wrote some stuff in Rogue Genius Games' Starfarer's Companion that'll probably make you happy. ;-)


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Ezekiel Shanoax, the Stormchild wrote:

Hmm... dark technomantic Arch-Flumphs, psyche-sailing the murky space of the data-dreaming, catching signals incoming from the deepest voids beyond our flickering lights.

Matt Banach

Flumphs as actually Eddorians...


Alexander Augunas wrote:
Lord Mhoram wrote:

I'll admit I'd love to see an expansion to the starships and Starship combat. Fighter based combat - for those of us that loved the X-wing books.

Also "livings ships" - like Moya and Talon from Farscape.

Gotta be careful to dodge the NDA minefield here, but I can promise that my buddy Matt Morris (of Everyman Gaming fame) wrote some stuff in Rogue Genius Games' Starfarer's Companion that'll probably make you happy. ;-)

I was already planning to get it day 1, so not I want it early. :)

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