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He who travels changes only his skies, not his soul.
Ever since the legendary Icarus took to the skies on his wax and feather wings, Man has desired to fly. And for nearly as long, he has wanted to expand that flight to the planets and the stars beyond. With that in mind, it is not surprising that the highly popular Starfire was featured in this issue.
Doubtless, Horace’s quotation will still apply when Man changes not merely his skies but his planets. It seems that a part of the human soul is rooted in conflict; and so, when Man goes to the stars, warfare seems destined to follow. Thus, Starfire (and the Star Fleet Universe) deals with warfare.
Along with the focus on Starfire, there is a section on Star Fleet Battles (including a new scenario and information on Klingon battlecruisers) as well as reviews of various games and information on Armor at Kursk and Warsaw Pact.
This PDF is provided by Amarillo Design Bureau, Inc. with the kind permission of Allen D. Eldridge. It includes ads and offers from 1982; these are no longer valid.
Written by Stephen Cole / Allen Eldridge