10/4/2009 - Many
more ships are available as 3d pints
Even though the minis are 'printed' in
the Netherlands, their service and
response time to orders has been very
left side, Martian Saucers: upper
Belter fleet, L
to R, Missile Boat, Attack
Cruiser, Cruiser, Battlewagon
6/8/2009 - More
ship miniatures from the Voidstriker
universe are now being made available
a company that prints out the 3D version
of the miniature in one of several
choices of materials and prices will
vary by material. 4 Jovian, 5
Martian, 1 Ryuushi, and 1 Mavridean
ships are currently available.
'White Strong & Flexible'
is the default material and is the
cheapest, but is a bit porous which may
cause problems when painting. The
'White Detail' and 'Black Detail' are
more expensive but are smoother to the
touch and hold the details better.
Dominator printed in White Strong
& Flexible (left) and Black
Detail (right) materials.
Zhukov class Light Cruiser printed
in Black Detail material.
9/13/2008 - The
Terran Defense Force fleet box is now
available and shipping.
- The first set of miniatures for Voidstriker
is now available for pre-order along
with 3 packs of miniatures for Attack
Vector: Tactical. Once
150 packs of minis (the Voidstriker
box counts as 3 packs) the all of those
minis will go into production. The
Terran Defense Force fleet box will
include miniature of 5 different ship
classes with the exact mix of miniatures
in the box will be determined by
production costs. You can pre-order
through an interactive
- Now available from Irrational
shop, Voidstriker Ship
Recognition Guide #1:
Ship Recognition Guide #1 details 16
ships from the Terran Defense Force, the
Martian Republican Guard, and the Jovian
Alliance Navy. In addition, record
sheets are included for all the sample
ships in the Voidstriker rulebook, and a
simple set of campaign rules allows you
to take your place among the stars.
By force, if
Ship Recognition Guide #1 features:
* Detailed writeups for 16 ships.
* Pregenerated ship record sheets for 26
* Stats for 20 fighters and battleframes.
* Historical Scenarios
* A conquer the stars campaign.
pages, wire-O bound book.
5/18/2006 - A
20 page Demo version of Voidstriker
is now available for free download as
a PDF file so you can get a taste of
the game before you buy. Download
Voidstriker Demo Rules
Charles Oines has made the commitment
rulebook will be for sale on April
27th, "Voidstriker will be
a 56-page wire-O bound rulebook,
priced at $18.95. The rules cover
newtonian movement, gravity, combat,
ship design, hexless miniatures rules
for those of you who prefer them, 15
sample ships, a bunch of fighter
designs, and really cool
- Voidstriker will soon be available through CafePress' Print On Demand services. The rulebook is nearly done
and is no longer available online, but
the maps are now available. The maps are beautiful, full color high resolution poster-quality prints. The 11x17 maps are shipped flat, the 23x35 ones are shipped in cardboard tubes strong enough to defend yourself with. Lay these premium quality mapsheets out and watch your gamer buddies turn green with unmitigated envy.
Order them now through CafePress.
The latest version of Voidstriker
is just over 2.5mb and has been posted
This version includes updates and
corrections from the last few months,
fleet lists for the Terran
Commonwealth, Martian Republic, and
Jovian Alliance, and an updated the
Charles mentions that
he no longer has plans to publish
these rules so they will continue to
be available on the web
Charles has changed his mind and Voidstriker
is the name of the space game
(re-using the name he used for an
earlier game, currently
out of print) and The Stars
Our Decimation will be the
name of the larger all encompassing
system which will include ground
combat and other games including Voidstriker.
is going through another re-write
thanks to the TSOD
list. Also it looks like this
game will soon be e-published so hurry
over to their website and download the
latest version before you have to pay
- From the TSOD
test design rules:
I just can't leave well enough alone.
Follow this link to find my latest mutation
of the TSOD Ship Design Rules.
I'm doing this for three basic
reasons. First, I wanted a more
interesting FTL system than the
"everybody has it and it goes
this fast" one that's in the game
now. Second, I wanted to make more
interesting and difficult design
decisions a part of the ship creation
process. With the need to apply
hardpoints to FTL and high-powered
thrusters, most ships will have less
room for weapons. This is a good
thing... less crunch power makes for a
more interesting battle. You can build
ships able to jump deep into enemy
territory and raid behind enemy lines,
but they won't be as well-armed as the
strategically slower ships in your
main battle lines. You can also build
system defense boats and monitors with
no FTL capability, battle-riders &
tenders, FTL tugships, high-speed
blockade runners... This should make
for a much more interesting set of
"official" fleets down the
line, and give the individual ships
more character. Lemme know how they
work out for you...
- From the TSOD
I've done some minor revisions to the
game's rules. First, I simplified the
swarmer/rocket pack to-hit resolution
by removing one die roll, and second,
I altered the ship construction to
more accurately represent the ship's
drive systems. All ship prices in the
ruleset have been updated. There are a
few typos fixed, and some minor
changes I can't remember... as soon as
I have time, I'll update the
a bonus, I also include the first new
- From the TSOD
An old, repressive empire falls. The
strongest of the subject races make do
with what's available, and carve up
the rotting carcass of the Aratouk
Empire between them. Find out what
anarchy reigns beyond Kree and Bularck
space by boldly going here.
This isn't finished yet; I still have
to flesh out the universe, and I'm
waiting for inspiration for the look
of the ships before I model them.
Also, those of you who hit this site
regularly will recognize them
- From the TSOD
Star Empire of Japan:
Anime meets TSOD!
Just in time for the End O' The
World(tm), we bring you agile and
heroic ships, and ludicrously
overarmed giant flying robots! What
could be more fun? Read
all about 'em
and get back to me on how they play!
Oh, and happy holidays, pagan feast
parties, and whatever other good
reasons you can think of to have a
good time over the next two weeks.
- From the TSOD
In addition to the rules onsite,
there's a printable set in this zipfile.
It's just under 1.3 megs, and includes
the core rules, ship descriptions,
record sheets, counters, and Dean's XL
spreadsheets. For your benefit, the
font size is reduced and all the art
has been converted to greyscale.
- New Kree ships were added.