July 22, 2016 at 3:43 am #2047
Earl’s previous regenerationSpectator
…and it’s prime-timeline specific. [LINK]
Modiphius Entertainment, publisher of the Achtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Conan, Infinity and John Carter of Mars roleplaying games, is excited to announce today the development of Star Trek Adventures, the first new official Star Trek roleplaying game to be produced in more than a decade. The news comes as Star Trek fans worldwide celebrate Star Trek’s 50th anniversary in 2016.
Fans of the legendary Star Trek television series’ and films will not only boldly go to the final frontier, but they will shape the voyages and missions through the Star Trek Adventures living campaign playtest. Each player will experience the game differently based on the ship they are assigned to and attendees of Gen Con will have the exclusive North American opportunity to choose their ship, as well as claim a free Captain Kirk or Captain Picard miniature, while supplies last, when they register for the playtest. Registration will take place daily at the Modiphius booth #2737 in the Gen Con exhibit hall August 4 – 7, 2016.
Star Trek Adventures will use the Modiphius 2d20 game system (Mutant Chronicles, Infinity, Conan, John Carter of Mars) designed by Jay Little (Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, X-Wing Miniatures Game). Modiphius is also sculpting an accompanying Star Trek miniature figure line, the first to be produced in 17 years. Resin and metal 32mm-scale hobby figures will feature classic Star Trek characters and crews, boarding parties and away teams. Geomorphic tile maps of burning Federation ships, mysterious colonies and embattled Klingon cruisers will set the scene for dramatic new voyages in the Final Frontier.
All I can think of is…whoever that is playing in the cover art…they have failed several critical rolls already. 😆 That captain isn’t going to be the captain for much longer…but the redshirt is kinda living his best life right there.July 23, 2016 at 7:50 am #9254
Apparently whoever did the cover art doesn’t realize that they have an antimatter reactor onboard, they don’t have to save power by having most of the lights off on the bridge. It reminds me of Star Trek: The Motion Picture’s bridge, a great looking set you couldn’t see very well because they decided to light the scene with night light bulbs. And a key light to dramatically shine across Shatner’s face, of course.
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