I’m excited to announce the launch of our brand-new StarGear line of accessories for use with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game! I present to you the StarGear Equipment Cards: Custom Gear Deck and the StarGear Starship Cards: Combat Reference Deck:
Both of these decks are fully compatible with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game and are designed to streamline play at the table. (Learn more about the Starfinder Roleplaying Game at paizo.com.) The cards are printed on glossy, premium card stock and meant to be totally reusable (I’ve found that dry erase and wet erase markers work best).
StarGear Equipment Cards: Custom Gear Deck
The StarGear Equipment Cards: Custom Gear Deck is a deck of fill-in-the-blank cards that players and GMs can use to keep track of the myriad of amazing gear bout and “found” throughout an adventure. Weapon cards have space for important details like range, damage, critical effects, ammo, and even a place for you to fill in your attack bonus! Ammunition cards can each track up to four different types of ammo, such as batteries or sniper rounds. Armor cards list the various stat modifications as well as plenty of space to note equipped armor upgrades. Vehicle cards can fit all the important details from their stat blocks, including all three movement speeds (drive, full, and overland), collision DC and damage, HP, Piloting modifiers, and more! Computer cards let you track their hack DC and base price (so you know how much that inevitable artificial personality upgrade is going to cost you). And finally, the more generic item cards can be used to track practically anything else—tech items, magic items, fusion seals, or even cybernetic augmentations.
StarGear Starship Cards: Combat Reference Deck
The StarGear Starship Cards: Combat Reference Deck is a focused on streamlining starship combat at the table. Starship role cards have room for all the appropriate character and ship stats as well as space to pre-write DCs for all of the available crew actions. Action cards provide DC formulas (updated to match the changes from the February 2018 official FAQ update) plus detailed summaries of what happens on success and failure. Stunt action cards also include a movement diagram on the back for quick reference. Additional rules cards outline commonly referenced systems like critical damage, weapon range, round structure, and starship repairs. Target tracker cards allow science officers to keep track of scanned vessels’ vital statistics. Starship NPC cards transform dense enemy starship statblocks into an intuitive, easy-to-read format. Starship weapon cards make hopping into the gunner seat as simple as passing a card!
Both decks will be available for purchase soon on Amazon and DriveThruRPG.
“Wait a second!”
…you might be thinking. “I thought peachware was a video game developer! This doesn’t look like a video game to me!”
Well, hypothetical bewildered reader, you’re right! These StarGear cards started off as something I wanted to make for myself—and after working on the designs a bit, I realized that there might be others out there that crave the same sort of streamlined, organized roleplaying experience that I do. Fortunately, there’s no rules (that I’m aware of) that say I need to strictly stick to selling one particular type of product, so here we are! :)
In any case, I hope you’ll enjoy using these cards as much as I do.
Safe travels, space cowfolk!