Tag Archives: space ship

[Map] The Buried Bioship

 

Deep under the icy landscape there’s a starcraft buried in the snow and ice. Perhaps someone has excavated a tunnel in the ice or there’s a weird teleportation device keeping a small chamber around it melted in the ice.

I drew inspiration for the shape from the spaceship in the marvelous Valerian comics (there’s a movie coming in the summer) and otherwise tried to have a bit Alien Engineer feel to it ‚Äď biomechanic devices, organic layout and weird apparatuses and chambers with strange vases filled with black goo, etc…

If I’ll just have a chance, I know where I’m going to use this. I hope you’ll find use for this too ūüėÄ

 

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This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in March 2017.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

[Map] Tarakov 10-40 Modular Fast Hauler

 

Tarakov 10-40 is a modular freighter with powerful engines. It is widely used as a fast interstellar cargo hauler and an emergency space vehicle. The ship can carry up to four cargo modules, so it’s not typically used to haul bulk cargo, but more precious items instead. Typical cargo can include medical supplies, tools, spare parts, luxuries or valuable ores.

The 10-40 is also often seen in salvage operations as its cargo modules can be exchanged for utility and drone modules and the ship’s powerful engines can easily tug heavier ship wrecks for planetary distances. Usually the wreck is hauled away from debris or asteroid fields to a safer location where the hull is stripped from any salvageable parts and other valuables.

 

For high-resolution and different map versions of this and other of my RPG maps, please, check out my Patreon page and storefronts in DrivethruRPG and RPGnow.


This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in March 2017.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.