With this Logbook, you can map the planets for your campaign with a survey book for each planet.
This Logbook is designed for mapping the surface of a single planet (or other spherical body). The entirety of the surface is divided into 32 faces; 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons, all with equal edge length. This yields a faceted solid that approximates a sphere, but also allows flat mapping of the surface... [click here for more]
A false-color map of the Moon. The six hemisphere images from the USGS maps produced from data collected by the Clementine mission in 2002 are transposed into 32 faces of a truncated icosahedron in the Planetary Display Logbook format.
The colors show comparative elevation information (blue areas are the lowest; red areas are the highest).
Usable as a fantastic planet for science fiction game settings,... [click here for more]
Inspired by the NASA diagrams of the control panels of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecraft, the Spaceship Panel DiceDrop Table offers numerous problems to afflict your spacefaring adventurers. ... [click here for more]
A planetary display map form to use with any role playing game. The map sheet displays a truncated icosahedron (buckyball or soccer ball form) with geometricized latitude and longitude gridding to enable mapping locations anywhere on the face of the world.
Layout is for a science-fiction system, but this is equally usable with any game system wanting to have an abstracted global map. ... [click here for more]