Thursday, December 31, 2015

A few ships for the holidays

Hope everyone who had or has holidays to celebrate has or had a good time doing so.

I was cleaning house a while back and found a copy of Star Wars the Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels that I acquired so long ago, I forgot I even owned it. Naturally I cracked it open and to my surprise there were several ships that were in this old text that were not already created by FFG or myself. So there was only one thing to do.

Here is a Selection of ships from that book that have not yet seen iterations from either myself of FFG.

A-9 Vigilance Interceptor

Bantha-2 Cargo Skiff

Conqueror-Class Assault Ship

Crescent-X9 / Coruscant-Class Courier

Delaya-Class Courier

MT-AT Mountain Terrain Armored Transport

Pursuer-Class Enforcement Ship

Quasar Fire-Class Bulk Cruiser

V-Wing Airspeeder

Y-4 Raptor

I hope everyone enjoys these.
Unfortunately for me the events of everyday life with a child continue to suck up the vast majority of my free time. Additionally, I have also been experiencing some unexpected financial burdens of late. While these things are not the end of the world for me, they do mean I have had to cut back on certain things.
My updates regarding new material may slow down a bit further, but I will definitely do my best to continue updating stuff and working on material when and how I can.

PS. I was asked by a couple people about whether or not i can make it so that the Lightsaber Skill can have a variable base Characteristic that can be changed.
Short answer: no.
Long answer: I am an amateur at coding and most of what I did with these sheets was done with the help of google and a friend or two. while I have looked in to it, I can not figure out how to make it work. So until I have the time to find someone who can help me figure it out, it's not going to happen :(

thanks to those few who have donated. Every little bit helps financially, and it's always a nice warm and fuzzy feeling to know there are people who really support what your doing.

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