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Over the years I've created paper deckplan posters for several of the ships from my Future Armada and Armada Codex product lines. Available here are electronic versions of those posters for use in gaming via computer or with a table-top projector. These are 24x36 inch jpeg images at 150 dpi. Two images are included: the "front" and "back" of the poster. The maps are at 1 inch = 5 feet scale with a grid built into the floor.

Drake is a Seraphim-class exploration vessel originally designed as an escort frigate but repurposed for long-range reconnaissance. At 100 meters long, she carries a crew of 18 plus half a dozen small fighters and a shuttle. Originally named for the Sir Francis Drake, this ship was the pride of the Exploration Corp before hard times forced her to become a privateer and then outright pirate. During these dark years, the "Black Dragon" earned a sinister reputation. Built to fullfill a variety of roles, this is a good ship for long and varied missions - whether peaceful or otherwise.

The Drake issue of Future Armada is also for sale here at RPGNow. That product details the interior areas of the ship and includes the deckplans (on a plain white background) broken into pages for printing.

Demo documents and sample art for every Future Armada ship are available at 0-hr.com .

 
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This title was added to our catalog on May 07, 2018.