PDF Downloads for Supplements
The supplements often contain
- The Battle for Xilos: Drop scenario board (scenario 1), tunnels (scenario 4), and jail break holding pens (scenario 5) PDF downloads
- The Chryseis Shard: The hazardous environments used in this supplement use trigger dice rather than special PDF downloads
- The Dronescourge Returns: Exit points (scenario 1) and starship corridors and rooms (scenario 2) are in a single PDF download
The Dronescourge Returns
The Dronescourge Returns has a mix of scenarios based in starships and ruined arcologies (massive, self-contained living-community-work-manufacturing-horticultural buildings). Scenario 1, ‘Firm Foothold’, has a central lift and four exit points, all of which are placed during the set up phase and through which the attacker has to escape. Scenario 2, ‘Intersecting Explorations’, contains rules for a mini-game during deployment and throughout the game that involve building your own deckplan and corridor layout as you wend your way towards a central intersection.
The tiles for these can be found in the PDF below – download, print and cut out for your own use!
Battle for Xilos
The Battle for Xilos supplement has a a fascinating mix of scenarios with differing elements, movement and objectives.
- The ‘Xilos Landing’ scenario has a prequel mini-game called ‘The Drop’ involving Algoryn dropping to the surface of the planet;
- ‘Tunnels’ involves digging the rock to gain entry to some Builder caverns; and
- ‘Jail Break’ involves the breaking out of Ghar captives without knowing which holding pen are those containing the captives.
We created some PDF downloads for players to use in each scenario, all of which are available through the webstore. Click on the images below to be taken to where you can download the pdf files.
|Scenario 1 – Xilos Landing
The scenario game board is used in the prequel mini-game (p.15)
|Scenario 4 – Tunnels
The tunnel templates (p.33) are used during the set-up and exploration phase.
|Scenario 5 – Jail Break
The hidden pen cards are used to determine what can be found in each holding pen (p.40)