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by Greg Benage,Peter Schweighofer,William Timmins

Dragonstar is a unique space-fantasy campaign setting for the d20 System. This volume is the definitive resource for weapons, ships, and hardware in the Dragonstar Universe, a place where dragons rule the galaxy, starships are powered by fusion fire and arcane rituals, dwarven prospectors search for adamantite in asteroid belts, and elven loremasters conduct secret experiments in living space stations.
Download Dragonstar: Imperial Supply epub
ISBN: 1589940601
ISBN13: 978-1589940604
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Gaming
Author: Greg Benage,Peter Schweighofer,William Timmins
Language: English
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games (January 28, 2003)
Pages: 128 pages
ePUB size: 1171 kb
FB2 size: 1768 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 409
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I really can't rate his one fairly because I sent this book to my son for his birthday. He does say that the book covers everything he needs and is happy with it.
Nice shape
The DragonStar universe is in someways the evolution of the old SpellJammer campaign setting. Some of the computer stuff in here will have you thinking of earlier science fantasy setting by FASA called Shadowrun I'm non too sure about that but the same geniuses that brought us Arsenal is going to be visiting this subject Factory(a book I plan on getting without even bothering to paw through first as I found Arsenal to be that good) so we'll know more when it comes out. Standing on its own merits, Imperial Supply crams computer equipment, weapons, armor, robots and vehicles into one book. There is so much gear in here there is not enough room for a prestige class even if they wanted to shoehorn one in, and this a good thing. Vehicles and vehicle design comprise a good hunk of the back of the book but the vehicle design rules are well though out and rather concise making the whole book a nice tool box for customizing a given campaign. Someone else has recommeded geting this with Arsenal and it's a good suggestion, keep in mind that Dragonstar leans more heavily on hard core science fiction in concept and execution than magic where as Arsenal seeks to fully combine the two into a seamless whole. Convergent evolution at its finest compare and contrast these two at you leisure and decide for yourself. Personally, I'm keeping both and using both in the Dragonstar campaign I'm planning.