It's time for Necromancers of the Northwest to take another brief break from articles. Be sure to check back this Friday and next for new Starfinder books converting your favorite feats from the Advanced Player's Guide to Starfinder.
New articles resume on October 9th with the living weapon archetype for the shifter class.
Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to present Horizontech Catalogue 007 - Combat Mechs. Currently available at www.paizo.com, www.drivethrurpg.com, and www.d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
Advanced Combat Vehicles!
Technology is the backbone of civilization, setting the sentient races apart from the rest of the cosmos. From the powerful space ships that bridge the vast distances between worlds, to the computers that keep us connected to the information we need and allow us to control all manner of convenient devices, to top-of-the-line armor and weaponry to protect everything that is important, technology is a vital part of day-to-day life in the modern spacefaring age. And no one stays at the forefront of new and exciting technologies like Horizontech!
Horizontech Catalogues contain all the newest and best developments from Horizontech Industries, the galactic leader in innovation and progress. This issue presents seven new vehicles for the Starfinder Roleplaying Game, each of which is designed for combat, and has exciting and unique abilities. Among the new mechs in this book are the scorplus, a huge, scorpion-shaped level 10 vehicle with a tail laser and an advanced targeting system, the steel shambler, a two-legged level 6 mech with special fully-automatic chain guns, and the mighty titan core, a level 18 gargantuan vehicle with eye lasers, magnetically-launched fists and more. When you think of the future of technology, think Horizontech!
And be sure to check back next week for a new Spacefarer's Digest featuring feats from the Pathfinder Advanced Player's Guide, converted to the Starfinder Roleplaying Game!
September 20th, 2018
Are you ready for a mission to space? This week’s Best in Class archetype certainly is. The cosmic missionary, a Starfinder archetype, is for any character whose personal beliefs are strong enough to empower and center him.
We’re calling up some trouble in this week’s Obscure Arcana, as we introduce some new summoning spells with a wicked twist. Find out if these dread conjurings are worth the risk as you explore these new spells.