Star System Sets offer new planets to explore, dangers to overcome, lifeforms to study, and cultures to document. Modular enough for any campaign, each double-sided card presents a complete ruleset for ease of reference, allowing GMs to fill in the blank spots on their star charts. New races, themes, gear, and abilities are all available, either à la carte or as complete six-card sets. Alien encounters, spacial anomalies, computer malfunctions and more! Would you like to know more? Visit the Paizo store listings.
Each Star System Set includes:
* Six double-sided 8x10 cards, each describing a different aspect of a star system. Card types include Alien Race, Planet, Player Options, Gear, Monsters, and Mini-Adventure.
* Get the resources you want! With the à la carte option, you can purchase individual cards rather than a full Star System Set. That means you can flesh out your bestiary, expand your player race options, or load up on exotic new treasure.
* Star System Sets provide the building blocks for a planet-hopping campaign. With all the tools you'll need to create compelling side quests and fully fleshed-out settings, every session becomes a chance to explore new corners of the galactic sandbox.
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We're very excited to release these new products compatible with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game!
I've just picked up the combined PDF for the Muinmos system. Note there appears to be a typo in the store listing - The PDF identifies the system as Muinmos with an 'n' in the middle. The title on the Paizo Store is Muimos.
I really like the way you've kept each thing to one discreet sheet of paper (in passing, I wonder if calling it a 'card' may give people the impression it's smaller than a regular, doublesided A4 sheet?)
For me it's no big deal since I'm printing them off and filing them as appropriate. However, if it's as easy to facilitate as clicking a button when you submit the product to Paizo, I think it would be good if customers got both the combined 12 page document as well as the 6 individual PDFs all bundled up if they order the whole thing - I'm going to be filing planets in one folder (regardless of publisher), monsters in another, adventures in a third, etcetera - if I were a PDF-fan, that would deter me from getting your all-in-one offering.
Also. Not sure if each file has it, but my all-in-one download appears to be missing the OGL completely and the SF Compatibility License is pretty much unreadable (when printed out, anyhow).
This first one definitely has me looking forward to more. :)