Kevin Crawford
▶ Stars Without Number
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Behold! The Codex of the Black Sun: Sorcery for Stars Without Number. Now available in both hardcover and PDF/Mobi/EPUB.

The Codex of the Black Sun: Sorcery for Stars Without Number

The Codex of the Black Sun: Sorcery for Stars Without Number - Unleash the power of arcanotech and the willful might of eldritch Shadows on your Stars Without Number campaign with the

Aaron Hamric
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Take my money, good sir!

Henry de Veuve
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Huzzah, and huzzah encore!

Reid San Filippo
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

...and bought!

Angelo Pileggi
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Merry Christmas to me!

Josh Peters
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Will have to wait until the parcel delivery service in my backward country is restored, but hurray!

John Desmarais
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Damn you! If I order it now it will probably arrive while I’m traveling for the holidays - and then risk having it sit on my porch for days (and possibly vanish).

Mason Munden
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Oh man, this is gonna be so cool when I can afford i-
whoops my finger slipped and I bought it.

Michaël DE BONA
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Good. Early Christmas gift. :)

Mason Munden
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

+Kevin Crawford Pg. 40 "Godbound" should be "Godhunter," I believe. It's hyphenated.

Josh Peters
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

So, "street magic" rules + hacking rules + TL4 weaponry and gear + fantasy monsters and races + setting material = OSR Shadowrun! Cool!

Nik May
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

you, sir, have made my day.

Von Redrikk Allenegui
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Did the Scream affect Magic Users too? It would be pretty interesting if somehow it didn't.

Wesley Marshall
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

@Von I think that would be an interesting take on the subject. That could lead to questions such as why didn't Terran Mandate rely more on casters than overly rely on psychics? What if it the Scream was caused by magical research into the shadows, etc.

Boris Fedyukin
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

+Kevin Crawford I want to run military campaign with SWN Revised edition. Is Skyward Steel (and other previous supplements) works well with new edition?

Rebecca Ashling
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Yay! That's a very nice cover. Is the Free Nexus a cleric equivalent?

Kevin Crawford
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

+Boris Fedyukin All the SWN supplements work fine with the revised edition. Skyward Steel has an alternate ship-combat system that isn't really needed any more, and you'd need to flip armor classes from descending to ascending, but all the tools and ships and particulars fit the same.

+Rebecca Ashling Not quite- it's more a support class for players who like to give perks and extra actions to their teammates rather than focus on their own PC's doings.

Bob Something
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Well that was certainly an interesting release. Haven't gotten a chance to read it from beginning to end yet but suffice to say there was a lot in it which made for rather unique and flavorful setting material: in particular, the best way I can describe it from the get go is 'chocolate vanilla': it has enough of it's own unique identity to be ran as is but it is also suitably generic in a (very) good way.

Scifi-fantasy is an area of, well, fantasy that to me seems to always fall by the wayside and exist in that odd place where it is omnipresent to the various genres but never quite as mainstream in the public eye as you'd think it is. Or rather I should say that these settings and properties which are in the public eye don't seem to register as proper 'fantasy' in spite of clearly being as such. Star Wars, Warhammer 40 000, Gundam, Starcraft....they all have scifi-fantasy to varying degrees, don't they?

Josh Peters
2018-12-17T20:56:18.808Z

Huh. It arrived yesterday. That's really quick! I guess my country isn't so backward. Weird.