Herein you shall be transported to the realm where the Living Saga takes place. From its high fantasy origins on the world of Evorstrom with Living Empires to 1,000 years later in modern cityscapes where color is dim and superpowers emerge in Living Metropolis to 1,000 years after that where the Evorstrom galaxy has been colonized in Living Starship.
Living Starship Visual Companion
Living Starship supplment
This 8x11", soft cover, coffee-table-style book details some of the unique and intricate elements of the Living Starship setting used in the stories and tabletop games.
This book outlines some of the galaxy's species and their featured characters, tons of Situdel Fleet information from rank hierarchy, service insignia, starship deck plans and more. Character art by Angela Schmer.
There are even some light RPG stats for key crew of the SFS Noisee Nuun. It also covers an overview of Living Starship games both current and upcoming ones.
(does NOT include part 4)
Does not include Part 4: Grothak Un'Dürbloo
Anacrusis (parts 1-3)
Living Empires short stories
Before embarking on the epic Living Empires trilogy, learn a little bit about some of central characters and the magical world where every living thing is emblazoned with one divine signMark. Evorstrom has only ever had one living dual-signed saint at any given time. What happens when there are six?
This collection of three short stories serve as a prequel to the trilogy's first book, Root Position. Meet Trentun Fiikus, a windSign menagerie entertainer who has been fearfully hiding their second waveSign their entire life.
Ernon Thol’Win, first person ever to be born with two signMarks - bone and tree - in the remote wilderness Uthingo valley, is hailed as the great unifier destined to unite the two symbiotic but contentious tribes of their parents.
Bitter, lonely and jaded, Chinz’Aree Bohk is recognized by all the civilized lands as the one true saint. Sure, when they were young, their flame and tone signMarks caused them to raze an entire neighborhood killing their family, but they are still the most revered person in the world. Their choice to avoid politics and religion entirely has yet to keep the powers that be from meddling in their life.
Anacrusis (part 4)
Living Empires short story
Before embarking on the epic story, learn a little bit about some of Living Empire’s central characters and the magical world of divine signMarks. In a world where there has only ever been one living dual-signed saint alive at any given time, what happens when there are six?
In this story we meet, Grothak, the reigning Sultan of the Muuyu'Hadeen, an isolated civilization of stoneDwarves who have dwelled deep in the underbelly of the world for centuries. Grothak's realm has been besieged by a terrible beast and a few lone survivors must face it all on their own.
Galactic Overture (part 1)
Living Starship short story
Meet D'Treks Taree, an officer cadet in the Situdel Fleet Academy. D'Treks is NeeKron, a species of large, densely-muscled, heavily-boned people who value naturalistic living in the wilds of their homeworlds.
D'Treks hopes to become a zoologist, but their upbringing as a hunter and the Fleet's need for martially-inclined individuals to help fight the invading aliens is bound to make them a desirable asset to the Tactical Corp and not the life science's Health Division.
Galactic Overture (part 2)
Living Starship short story
Meet Nuu'Onee (pronounced new-AWE-nee), a popular socialite and hob-robber with the famous and influential. Despite their civilian status, Nuu'Onee has made quite a name for themself as a populist for the down-trodden.
What reason could a well-liked, widely-connected V'Shendai attention-monger have for enlisting in the Situdel Fleet? Surely they already benefit from the benefits of having so many citizen connections.