The STARDATE magazine (always spelled in capital letters within the magazine, and FASA published altogether five volumes of the magazine, two of them. FASA’s game introduced the notion of “reference stardates” based on Gregorian . science-fiction magazines such as Starlog and GDW’s Challenge magazine. FASA Star Trek Stardate Magazine – Understanding Warp Drive. File Information. Author Morrus; Uploaded Saturday, 16th November,
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Subsequent seasons had stardates beginning with 42, 43, etc. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Most of the articles were written by the same authors that worked on the game.
The Next Generation began to air in with what they saw as “changes” to a pre-established universe. Though generated prior to the commencement of play of the first gaming session, these attributes are adjusted depending on the character’s species.
This article is about the game published by FASA. Stardate was a gaming magazine with an unusual publishing history. This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
The Triangle supplement later introduced a set of color maps, allowing players to know exactly how long it would take them in game time to travel between star systems. For example, the game dates the original five-year mission of the Enterprise from throughwhile the canonical dates are through Ford — and references to “human-fusion” and “Imperial” Klingons.
The Next Generationfilmed materials assigned stardates in a different and more systematic way. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. The Mission -class transport, a shuttle-style, warp-capable ship designed for small crews and short missions, is similar to the small, long-range, shuttle-style runabouts introduced in later Star Trek series. Paramount revoked FASA’s license to publish the official role-playing game in When the game was published the only filmed material featuring the Romulans were the two original series episodes “Balance of Terror” and “The Enterprise Incident”.
First Contact and the series Enterprise.
Like most role-playing games of its era, players had to roll dice to determine the beginning attributes of their character. They borrowed freely from each other – the game includes background from the mmagazine Star Trek Spaceflight Chronologywhile the book Mr.
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The stardates in the original series were arbitrarily assigned, but tended to be larger for episodes produced later in the series’ run. From issues 8 to 11 of which 9 to 11 are referred to in the publishing notes as “Volume 2″publication was taken over by Associates InternationalInc. Most notable among these was FASA’s conjecture of the Ambassador-class starshipwhich somewhat resembles a sstardate Enterprise-class cruiser with Excelsior nacelles; in canon the Ambassador is a precursor to the Galaxy-class starships.
They are guided by a philosophy expressed in their klingonaase language as komerex tel khesterexroughly translated as “that which is not growing is dying”; komerexreferring to any structure growing and expanding its control over its surroundings, is also their word for their empire komerex Klingon. Two other species introduced in the animated series – Caitians and Edosians [ dead link ] – could also magazlne played.
The rise of the Internet, in particular, has stardaye voice again to fans of the FASA version of the Klingons and Klingonaaseenthusiasm for the komerex zha and Klingon nomenclature epetaisutai — a Klingon worldview and Klingon honorifics respectively, both created by John M. Views Read Edit View history. This article has multiple issues. Supplements provided ztardate rules for characters in the Klingon Empire and Romulan Star Empireinterplanetary trade and commerce, starship design, and campaigns focusing on other non-Starfleet players.
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This lawless area was popular with players as it allowed them to escape the strict parameters of a military campaign. Most campaigns with civilian or non-Star Fleet characters were based entirely or in part within the Triangle. A number of key dates in the FASA Star Trek universe are approximately 60 years out of phase with their equivalent dates in the canonical Star Trek universe.
Ford’s Klingons at least those serving in their space fleet believe that when they die they will serve in a “Black Fleet” in the afterlife. The Role-Playing Game is a skill-based system in which character skills are determined by time spent in previous service. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. Paramount Picturesthe company with the right to grant licenses to produce Star Trek -related materials to other companies, gave its stamp of approval to many printed works, and there were no claims that these materials were or were not canon.
FASA’s game introduced the notion of “reference stardates” based on Gregorian dates, similar to a standard fan practice for constructing stardates. The magazine’s first seven issues two were “double issues”, making the run five magazinr total were originally published by FASA. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Deep Space NineStar Trek: