Things that happen once in a million years, those things are truly new wonders, unpredicted by scientists who thought they knew how the universe actually worked.
Join us for Captain's Log #45 and see what happens in a "Race to Confrontation." It is peacetime and four captains meet on a purely scientific mission to study a new stellar event. What could be simpler? What could possibly go wrong with four warlike captains who have faced combat too many times? Other stories focus on a Klingon police officer who is now a squire paladin and on Ketrick and his cat.
Captain's Log #45 includes fiction and information for all of our games including updates, new ships, information about the Kzintis, a history of the Seltorian ships, and new scenarios.
Star Fleet Battles: This game gains five new scenarios, information on mulakee, campaign updates to account for the Borak, Proposals Board, Ask Vanaxilth, Master Victory by Kerry Mullan, Nicozian Primer, Battlegroup and new ships (Q-ships, Kzinti police cutters, Tholian Home Galaxy ship variants, and Neo-Tholian Milky Way Galaxy variants).
Federation Commander: You will find two new scenarios and scout cruisers for the Federation, Kzintis, Vudar, and Tholians. Patrick Doyle wrote an article on drone tactics. There are also Command Notes by players.
Federation & Empire: This game has F&E Why, Tactical Notes, Q&A, and playtest materials for the Seltorians.
Starmada: Six ships are provided.
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet has playtest rules for scouts.
And there are still more articles: Ten questions, Awards, Command the Future, Input Guide, Why, ADB Games You'll Never See, Background Questions, Galactic Conquest, Prime Directive (the Bi'sen), and six new special action cards for Star Fleet Battle Force.
Supports Federation Commander, Star Fleet Battles, Federation & Empire, Prime Directive, Star Fleet Battle Force, SFB Galactic Conquest, Starmada, A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, and Star Fleet Warlord.
The colorized SSDs from this issue are sold separately; the Supplemental File (which includes background information and information on cons) is free.
Written by Stephen V. Cole