Publisher: Fishwife Games
Planet On A Page: Tyronaz
Sometimes the GM doesn’t need a 450 page sourcebook for a new world that the characters will only briefly visit for one gaming session- sometimes the GM just needs a Planet on a Page!
The Planet on a Page product lines feature a detailed planet on one single easy to print off page (the other page is the cover). Though limited to one page the details are crammed in there- from the planet’s basic geographic data to citizen and economic details and basic description to a numbered map of the planet’s eastern and western hemispheres. So what’s the numbers for on the map? Each edition features 12 different locations that either serve as major planetary cities/sites or notable points of interests that the GM may wish to use in a mission/adventure. Yep… all that… on one single page!
This release of Planet on a Page features Tyronaz, a lush, warm world that would be an ideal place to settle if it wasn’t for all the carnivorous wildlife trying to eat you… many of the plants included. While early explorers had hopes that this planet could be easily tamed and exploited many attempts have failed. There’s a number of colonies on the world that have managed to survive the environments and a profitable payout for anyone foolish enough to stay there.
So what’s there on this big tropical, fang and claw filled world for a group of space adventurers to do? When you’re not firing your laser blasters at something with fur or scales try exploring that prison ship crash site in the Olkashoa region. Some folks believe a notorious crime lord is still alive there and there’s competing rewards for his return- one is from the prison authorities and the other is from his outfit of loyal scoundrels. Bounty hunting not your thing? Then try some real hunting and sign on at the big safari camp- if you’re gonna be taking pot shots at the local widlife all day then you might as well be getting paid for it.
Adventurers who like employment with a guaranteed contract will want to see what they can do to help the crew members of the northern observatory tower- surely they’re afraid to go outside to repair their gear because they are scientists- not seasoned explorers. Right? If playing security guard at a work site isn’t your thing you then go sign up with the Balcheka corporation. They need you to pick up a few things at one of their abandoned facilities… Why can’t they just do it themselves? Oh, no real reason….