Captain's Log #37

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"We have picked up a subspace echo; we cannot gain a solid lock. It could be a sensor ghost . . . or it could be a Romulan coasting along under cloak!"

"The Magnificent Panzers" is the story of the frigates Rommel and Guderian defending the fleet's supply system from Romulan raiders. Their story would be the stuff of legends.

Also included is "Hit and Run" (another story that takes place on the Romulan border), an article on the Romulans' research into warp technology, another article about pirates, and an article on the history of the WYN Navy. There are new scenarios for Star Fleet Battles, Federation Commander, and Federation & Empire. Other articles include everything you wanted to know about the death probe, Victory at the Council of Five Nations, a planetary survey of Vulcan, and the usual tactical papers for Star Fleet Battles, Federation Commander, and Federation & Empire.

New ships for Star Fleet Battles: Kzinti advanced technology light cruiser, Orion advanced technology Double Raider, Lyran Panther advanced technology light cruiser, ISC advanced technology war cruiser, Lyran heavy frigate and heavy destroyer, Klingon SD7 strike cruiser, WYN-Orion flagship cruiser and flagship battlecruiser, Wyn-Federation police cutter, WYN-ISC C-destroyer, WYN-Seltorian frigate and destroyer, WYN-Gorn police frigate, and WYN-Romulan SeaHawk. The Federation Commander Lyran heavy frigate and heavy destroyer and Klingon SD7 strike cruiser are suitable for use with Star Fleet Battles.

New ships for Federation Commander: Hydran Gendarme police cutter, Federation strike carrier and Klingon D7V strike carrier (Borders of Madness), Klingon B9 fast battleship, Lyran heavy frigate and heavy destroyer, and Klingon SD7 strike cruiser.

Supports Federation Commander, Star Fleet Battles, Federation & Empire, Prime Directive, Star Fleet Battle Force, SFB Galactic Conquest, and Star Fleet Warlord.

Colorized SSDs from this issue are sold separately.

Written by Stephen Cole