We've also created a bundle deal, including all four of the current Bastards of Foreven products - Stories from the Frontier, Planetary Reference Cards for the Halverdi Cluster, Kankur-class courier, and the Salient-class patrol frigate. Buy all four, save 25%!
Sunday, May 5, 2013
DSL Ironworks is proud to announce the release of Quick Decks 5: Salient-class Patrol Frigate! This 500 ton workhorse is an alternative for the Type C cruiser, with much heavier weaponry and armor at a similar performance. Available on DriveThruRPG.com!
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Well, now that the internet is back up, I can finally post a few of the things I've been working on this week - a 500 ton J-3, 4-G patrol frigate and its G-carrier. Soon to be out in Quick Decks 5: Salient-class Patrol Frigate.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
You can get it exclusively on DriveThruRPG.com
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Just a quick update tonight, with more to follow tomorrow. Two test renders of a 100 ton yacht that will be detailed in Book 0: Stories from the Frontier.
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Well, that was fun. I sat down Thursday night and started setting up some cards to figure out how long it would take to lay them out. Just finished the 27 worlds of the first subsector (P, just across the border from the Five Sisters). I still need to work up 4 more images for card fronts, but the data is all there. I just need to run through everything and make sure the database, subsector map, and card data all agree, then I'm going to send them off for pre-press to make sure they're good to go by end of day tomorrow. Then finish Book 0 and get started on the subsector book that will have these worlds more detailed (with maps, timelines, etc).
Thursday, January 31, 2013
This is a rough draft of (essentially) trading card sized reference cards for the Bastards of Foreven. Currently the prototypes include NPCs, small craft, starships, vehicles, and planets. This could (potentially) be expanded to animal encounters, organizations, criminal groups, equipment, and more. I'm currently seeking input on the idea to see if it has any interest. Comments and criticism welcome. 3.5 x 2.5 inch (standard poker size) cards, pic above shows the front on the top row, with the back below it.