A Call to Arms: Star Fleet Book 1.2 Deluxe Edition


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A Call to Arms: Star Fleet is a game of space combat in the Star Fleet Universe. Throughout humanity’s space-age history the United Federation of Planets has explored the octant of space it is in, but has come under pressure from enemies who sometimes became friends. Other times, it was war! Now you can play out these confrontations on your tabletop with fleets from the Federation, Klingon Empire, Romulan Empire, or one of many other empires (including pirates!) found in the Alpha Octant.

From skirmishes with a few destroyers to clashes between large fleets, A Call to Arms: Star Fleet is what you need to make your own history and test your own skills. Choose from Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Kzinti, Gorn, Tholian, and Orion pirate ships. You can protect convoys of civilian shipping. Choose to fight one of the included scenarios or create your own. You can even run a campaign.

In this revised edition all of the rules have been reviewed, clarified as needed, and are in one location. All of the ships have had their stats reviewed. There has been extensive playtesting of this version. You will find that the ease of play has been retained so large battles can be handled quickly. The deluxe version includes expanded background information for the empires, a chapter on tactics, a chapter on painting ships and creating asteroids, and far more art. Each ship roster includes an image of the ship.

Go forth and wage war!


 

06/25/2017
John Williams
5 of 5 Stars
I purchased the print edition of this book. It has a good amount of background from the star fleet universe on the federation, klingons, romulans, gorn, and kzinti as the five main factions represented in this book with a nice introductory number of ships for a good variety of choices available to build fleets from. The "A call to arms" rule set combines well with star fleet setting for a different flavour of fleet battles. The print edition was in good condition, although the artwork used in the book was originally in color, and the book is printed in black and white. I believe different black and white versions of the artwork and photographs could have had a better contrast for the black and white printing rather than the black and white versions of the color art. The awkward looking B&W versionf of the art is the only negative thing I could say about that copy of the book. I would therefore suggest getting the PDF version.

 

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 28 May, 2016.