|Science Fiction (based on the TV series)|
Ever wonder what it would be like to take the Conn of a Galaxy-class starship as you engage a Romulan warbird? Ever wanted to drink Klingon bloodwine with your comrades on the I.K.S. Pagh? What about a shore leave on breathtaking Risa in search of the legendary Tox Uthat? Or a quick trip to Ferenginar to haggle with the Grand Nagus?
The Star Trek - The Next Generation Roleplaying Game lets you "make
it so" against the backdrop of the greatest science fiction universe ever
created. Experience all of the adventures and excitement the galaxy has
to offer as you and your friends become the actors in your own Star
Trek - The Next Generation adventures, creating new chapters and new
stories set in this fascinating universe. Defend the Federation from the
onslaught of the Borg, trade phaser blasts with Orion pirates, maneuver
your ship through the deadly plasma storms of the Badlands, or explore unknown
stars beyond the limits of Federation space.
While The Next Generation is the core setting, others are available.
Where the Klingons are evil. The colors are pure. And the characters are legendary...
Prepare to launch at warp speed into the heart of the greatest science fiction universe ever created - the original Star Trek television series. This is the Star Trek Roleplaying Game, a game of swashbuckling adventures, parallel histories, and saving the universe every week. You and your friends can take on those mythic roles aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise at the height of its five-year mission, our you can explore strange new worlds with characters of your own creation. Stride the sands of Vulcan, duel with alien intruders at the edge of the galaxy, stun Klingon agents with your trusty phaser, and marvel at the wonders of new life and new civilizations.
In the Federation core worlds, life is almost utopian... but on the frontier, it's balanced on a knife's edge!
See if you can survive the adventures of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,
where empires clash, smugglers flourish and intrigue runs thicker than blood on a Klingon's blade.
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