Foreword / Introduction / The Rules / Characters / Crews / Scenarios / Campaigns
Smuggle, hunt fugitives and struggle to survive on the fringes of the galaxy in this skirmish game for the darker side of science fiction.
Andrea Sfiligoi is one of those few lucky fellows who can claim they are 'working' while playing with toy soldiers. The success of his Song of Blades and Heroes line of wargame and roleplaying books, published by Ganesha Games, convinced him to stop doing what he was doing before and write games for a living. Johan Egerkrans is a Swedish illustrator who has been drawing monsters since he was able to pick up a pencil. He has worked as a professional illustrator for more than 15 years, providing illustrations and concept art for games, comics, films, fashion and books. In 2013 he wrote and illustrated Nordiska Vaesen, a book about creatures in Scandinavian folklore, which has sold more than 30,000 copies in Sweden alone. Johan lives and works in Stockholm.
"If you like science-fiction and always wanted to try a wargame, then Rogue Stars should be first on your list. It's versatile, quick-moving, and won't break the bank." - Unbound Worlds"The character and squad creation rules are so flexible that players can really fit the game to whatever sci-fi models they already own." - Must Contain Minis"The value of [Osprey Wargame] books is unbelievably good. Generally, $20 can get you an interesting ruleset with great artwork." - Jacob Stauttener, Must Contain Minis