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Companions of the Firmament is a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible supplement that focuses on flying adventures.
111 backers pledged $4,781 to help bring this project to life.

Stretch Your Wings, Lets Go Higher!

With a month left in the Kickstarter of Companions of the Firmament there is a huge vault of sky to continue exploring with stretch goals.

Stretch Goal Vector #1 – Additional Creature Sheets

If we reach $2000, and every $500 after that, an additional Creature Sheet will be created and given to all backers in the form of a PDF.

  • Sheet #1 – Mounts (already available to all backers)
  • Sheet #2 – Additional Mounts @$2000
  • Sheet #3 – Large Size Dragons, ALL of them (Chromatic, Metallic, Imperial and Primal) @$2500

Additional creature sheets will emerge if we keep climbing!

Comments

    1. Creator Geek Industrial Complex, LLC on June 25, 2012

      Heh... there will be a tip o' the hat to Steampunk, but other third-party books will do a far more comprehensive implementation, such as:

      http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/714151308/pure-steam-pathfinder-compatible-rpg-setting

      There will be steampunk options for personal flight, but CotF is far more about flying companions and immediate personal gear that aids in flight, just so the focus can remain at a party scale of adventure.

    2. Creator Jason Randall on June 24, 2012

      "STEAMPUNK Companions of the Firmament" rolls right off the tongue! :D

    3. Creator Geek Industrial Complex, LLC on June 23, 2012

      Thanks!

      I'm trying to be as comprehensive as possible with "personal craft" in the book. Both to consolidate the existing material so it's all at hand in one place, but to also add in some mundane (though with cinematic physics) options. There will of course be broader range of flying brooms than the core offers :)

    4. Creator Praemus on June 23, 2012

      Flying Carpets & Flying Machines?

      YES PLEASE.

      My game world has many modern aspects to it, like railways and steampower. Seeing a flying glider there is great!