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[Map] Space Wreck

I have a thing with wrecked spaceships ūüôā I like to design these maps and add a few twists. Lately I haven’t been able to do that many of these, but I have some plans to make parts of ships and space stations that are in varying conditions.

This is just a regular spaceship with a horizontal layout which in itself hints to some sort of artificial gravity and inertial dampening technology. So, this map is probably more suitable for space opera settings like Star Wars or Traveller.

I added the atmospheric indication colors there as an extra feature. The drone bay and the engineering sections are filled with toxic fumes that can be recycled away if the air filtration system (accessible through the service hatch in the engineering) is fixed.

Also, I thought it might be an interesting challenge to find someone still hibernating in a cryostatis pod, but as the pods are in vacuum, it might pose some difficulties getting the person out of the pod alive.

I hope you like this and find use for it.

 

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

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[Map] A Buried Wreck

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During the last #mapvember I made a map of a spaceship buried in snow or ice. I find the idea of something buried into the ground waiting to be found very interesting and this was also one of the first things for me to write down to my idea list.

Eventually I got the line art for this made in September, but it did a little longer to finalize So, now I finally have this finished. I also decided to add some natural caverns there with some strange objects in them. I thought that this would make an interesting twist when scavenging the wreck or looking for survivors.

 


For 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 August 2016.

Creative Commons License

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

 

[Map] The Capricious Bullhead

Interplanetary Cargo Hauler "The Capricious Bullhead" - Click to enlarge

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The Capricious Bullhead, or just “Bullhead”¬†for short, is a Ladybird-class interplanetary tug, that is typically used to tow cargo within a star system. The ship does not come equipped with a hyperjump¬†capable¬†Oberman drive system, but it still has powerful ion thrusters that allows the ship to accelerate to high interplanetary speeds to haul the cargo fast to its destination.

Capricious Bullhead was lost en-route to its registered destination and the ship wreck is found drifting far from its intended route with no power. A close scan reveals that there are still a few warm spots in the ship and a few systems that are still online.

You decide what is lurking inside the ship or what is the conspiracy behind this ship’s fate.


 

This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in March 2016.

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


 

[Map] Wrecked Spaceship

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This is a quick map I did to test the idea of vertically built spaceships and it was kind of inspired by The Expanse¬†tv-series and one of its spaceships. ¬†So, in other words, this map was made hard scifi in mind ‚Äď no artificial gravity except for rotation or acceleration, for instance.

Normally this ship would be like a tower when it’s under acceleration, but otherwise there’s no gravity and it would be more like a tube divided into sections.

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