This blog will tell the story of one of my d&d groups, based on the Starshatter universe. Check my book on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78 “Alas, it seems that the taz’aran ship who most probably had left those soldiers to loot the Golden Dawn compound wasn’t idly lurking about. The group received an SOS via their […]Read More Starshatter game blog part 2
He slowed his breathing and went into the state he taught his troopers – Dead Still – used when a Star Marine was about to ambush their enemy. Alric then deactivated all of his spacesuit’s systems, but not before using the exoskeleton’s power to wrap his body with a piece of floating metal. He waited […]Read More Alric the Star Marine
Vasilisa, being part of a family of spacers, had received even better training. Instead of playing with toys, like many other aliens – she’d learned how to repair and maintain spacesuits and weapons. While the children of other races were blissfully ignorant of the dangers that populated the Galaxy, she’d piloted starships through deadly […]Read More Vasilisa the Spacer
It had been a long chase, but the “Bremen” had finally caught up with its pirate quarry. Near an asteroid field, they had slid out of a wormhole and immediately were shot at, by not one, but multiple vessels. The ship’s crew was highly motivated, their skills and abilities honed to perfection, and […]Read More The last battle of Bremen
This is our current tech level, a cable dependant powered exoskeleton. Bulky, slow and unwieldy, nevertheless this piece of technology will lead to the development of mecha. You don’t believe me? Well, this is how it all starts! First, you make the technology portable, less power dependent – you miniaturize and improve. Then you give it […]Read More Exoskeletons and what they could evolve into.
You can support me by purchasing the first book on Amazon.com here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78 This is an unedited excerpt from my second book of the Starshatter series: “Twin suns of Carrola” A lone human dismounted his strangely designed bike and stretched his limbs. His eyeglasses were oddly shaped but reflected the powerful sunlight that those two suns were […]Read More “Twin suns of Carrola”
It is finally out! After much heartache and hard work and lots of hurdles along the way, Starshatter is published on Amazon.com. Personally, I wish to thank my editor Indigo Altaria and Illustrator Marduch Pendragon, for their selfless devotion to my project and all of their support! Without their inspiring influence, this book wouldn’t be what […]Read More My first Sci-fi book!
This blog will tell the story of one of my d&d groups, based on the Starshatter universe. Check my book on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079K62S78 Talking about humble beginnings, this group started on a remote Terran colony deep in the Fringe space territories. A new colony, Idyll has but a population of fifty souls – most […]Read More Starshatter game part 1