Monday, September 4, 2017


In my last post, I didn't receive much feedback as to how to edit my Star Frontiers + Swords & Wizardry Light Mash-Up, so I am going with the easier of the two routes and going with a system that needs a little more work by the end-user to convert to other systems. Therefore, I give you:

You can download a copy here (this link has been updated).

I have also done up a half-sheet Character Sheet for those interested:

It can be downloaded as a .pdf here.

Please consider this post an open thread on thoughts, criticisms, problems, etc.


UPDATE: As I mentioned in the comments, once you release something into the public, all kinds of mistakes suddenly become visible that weren't before. Thanks to porphyre77 for pointing out a misspelling that was not caught by the spell-check and for suggesting a different font. I normally use the fonts I do in all the stuff I make for myself because not only do I find them pleasing to the eye, but they remind me of two of my greatest literary influences: HPL and CAS; however, I can understand how in this application it might not be the best choice for everyone. Therefore, for those who would prefer a font choice more reminiscent of the 1970s and the roots of our hobby I present to you a second layout with a few changes for space which can be found here.


  1. I really like what you've done. I'll try it out. Thanks!

  2. 3rd page , "panalty" is mis-spelled.
    Also, the font is a little hard on the eye

    1. As usually happens, it isn't until you make something public that you start seeing things that you completely missed while "proofing" . . .

      What type of font would you prefer?

    2. The font is nice per se, but it's the small format (especially the monster section) and the grey background.
      I suppose that a Sans Serif font would be easier to read and more in tune with the SciFi theme.

  3. Thanks for posting this! I've thought about running a sci-fi game, and this one's light enough that I could give it a shot sometime soon.

    1. Cool! I hope it proves to be entertaining.