Starfinder: Dead Suns – Episode One

Our party found ourselves in a shuttle heading to Absalom Station to meet our contact, a Dwarf by the name, Duravor Kreel. As soon as we stepped off the shuttle, we found ourselves in the middle of what appeared to be a gang shooting. #FirstFight #AbsalomStation

After defending ourselves (it’s weird, for once in a game, we were actually just defending ourselves as innocent bystanders), our party made our way to the Starfinder HQ where we officially joined the ranks of Starfinders. #FirstRoundOnWeiner #AbsalomStation

Starfinder – Episode Four

During the last episode, our crew found themselves exploring an underground city long forgotten. The city was full of collapsing buildings, old security drones, and a race of Clam people. The party managed to make it out, but not without some new cuts and bruises from the falling debris. They also befriended the Clammers, escorting them back to their base where they agreed to live side-by-side.

Starfinder – Episode Three

This week we our players had this first Starfinder session since fleeing the grips of the New Dawn. They are anxiously awaiting the repairs of their new spaceship and have just been trying to get back into normal day-to-day activities. So what is a normal day for them? Apparently removing stumps from a plot of land near The Remember’s base on Verces.

Starfinder – Episode Two

Welcome back to another session of our Starfinder game. This week, Session Two: Searching For Answers.

We left off last week with our party in a bit of a mess. Excited to see how they managed to escape? With the way we left things off last week, this session was a bit tricky trying to find an easy and believable way to have our two other players join our group.

Starfinder – Episode One

In our first game, our players find themselves waking up, in a mysterious room. Blinded, confused and unsure how they ended up in there. Able to easily get out of their rooms, they run into guards and each other in corridors that seem similar every way they go. Through some grit, luck and one bloody corridor; the players attempt to figure out what happened and find a way out of their current situation.

Background art thanks to http://nadyn.biz

The Black Gate – One Shot

The week before GenCon, I decided to run a one shot adventure for the group. We haven’t played any RPG’s for a few months and I felt we needed the practice before heading out. So after reading through the Black Gate by Harley Stroh, I was ready to cause some pain!