Series: Star Trek FASA Game Books

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Works (48)

The Klingons: Star Fleet Intelligence & Game Operation Manuals [2 BOOK SET] by Jr. Guy W. McLimore2002
Star Trek Starship Tactical Combat Simulator. (No. 2003A). by William John. Wheeler2003
Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (Basic Game, 2nd Edition) [BOX SET] by Fasa Corporation2004
Game Operations Manual (Star Trek: The Roleplaying Game) by Unknown2004.1
Star Fleet Officer's Manual (Star Trek: Role Playing Game) by Jr Guy W. McLimore2004.1
Star Trek: The Role Playing Game: Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook by Jr Guy W. McLimore2004.1
The Romulans (Star Trek Role Playing Game) Two Book Set by Guy W. McLimore Jr.2005
THE ROMULAN WAY: Game Operations Manual United Federation of Planets Star Trek The Role Playing Game by Guy W. David F.; McLimore Tepool, Jr.; Poehlein,2005.1
The Triangle (Star Trek RPG) by Guy McLimore2007
The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge and Book of Deep Knowledge by Peter Rogan2008
The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge by Peter R. Rogan2008A
The Orions: Book of Deep Knowledge by Peter R. Rogan2008B
The Federation: A Handbook of Information on the United Federation of Planets (Star Trek RPG) by Bernard E. Menke2011
Star Trek: The Next Generation : Officers Manual (Star Trek RPG) by Rick Stuart2012
Star Fleet Intelligence Manual (Agent's Orientation / Game Operations) [2 BOOK SET] by John A. Theisen2014
The Vanished by Guy McLimore2201
Witness For The Defense by Guy McLimore2202
Trader Captains and Merchant Princes by Guy W. McLimore2203
Trader Captains and Merchant Princes (A Supplement for use with Star Trek the Role Playing Game) by Jr Guy W. McLimore2203
Ship Construction Manual by David Tepool2204
Ship Construction Manual, 1st Edition (Star Trek RPG) by David F. Tepool2204
Denial Of Destiny by Andrew Philip Hooper2205
Termination: 1456 by Dale L. Kemper2206
Demand of Honor by J. Andrew Keith2207
Orion Ruse by Patrick Larkin2208
Margin of Profit (Star Trek RPG)2209
The Outcasts (Star Trek RPG) by Guy McLimore2210
A Matter of Priorities by Bernard Menke2211
A Doomsday Like Any Other by Christopher E. Williams2212
The Mines of Selka (Star Trek RPG) by Bill Paley2213
Star Trek III Sourcebook Update by Guy W. McLimore2214
Triangle Campaign (Star Trek RPG) by Peter L. Rice2215
Graduation Exercise by Bernard Edward Menke2216
Where Has All the Glory Gone? (Star Trek RPG) by John A. Theisen2217
Return to Axanar by John A. Theisen2218
Decision at Midnight (Star Trek Role Playing Game) by Paramount2219
An Imbalance of Power by Michael Mornard2220
Old Soldiers Never Die/The Romulan War (Star Trek RPG 2-book set) by John Theisen2221
Conflict of Interests/Klingon Intelligence Briefing (Star Trek RPG 2-book set) by Rick D. Stuart2222
The Dixie Gambit (Star Trek RPG) by J. Andrew Keith2223
Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home: Sourcebook Update (Star Trek RPG)2224
The White Flame (Star Trek Starship Combat Game) by Karl Hiesterman2225
Strider Incident / Regula-1: Orbital Station Deck Plans (Star Trek RPG 2-book set) by Blaine Pardoe2226
Star Trek: The Next Generation : First Year Sourcebook by Blaine Pardo2227
Klingon Ship Recognition Manual (Star Trek RPG) by Forest G. Brown2301
Federation Ship Recognition Manual (Star Trek RPG) by Forest G. Brown2302
Romulan Ship Recognition Manual by Forest Brown2303
Tricorder/Starship Sensors Interactive Display2803

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  1. Star Trek Roleplaying Game: Player's Guide by Mathew Colville (2002)
  2. The Klingons (Star Trek RPG) [1st Edition Box Set] by John M. Ford (1983)
  3. The Andorians: Among the Clans (Star Trek: the Original Series) by Last Unicorn Games (1999)
  4. Star Trek: The Next Generation Role Playing Game: Core Game Book by Last Unicorn Games (1998)
  5. Core Game Book (Star Trek: the Original Series) by K. Hite (1999)
  6. Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Roleplaying Game (Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Role Playing Games) by Christian Moore (1999)
  7. GURPS Russia by S. John Ross (2002)
  8. Traveller: The Classic Supplements (1-13) by Marc Miller (2002)
  9. The Worlds of the Federation by Shane Johnson (1989)
  10. The Babylon Project Earthforce Sourcebook: A Supplement for the Roleplaying Game, Based on Babylon 5 by Joseph Cochran (1997)
  11. Rigger 2: A Shadowrun Sourcebook by Jonathan Szeto (1997)
  12. The Fellowship of the Ring Sourcebook (The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game) by Decipher RPG (2003)
  13. Ships of the Star Fleet: Akyazi-Class Perimeter Action Ships by Todd Allen Guenther (1998)
  14. Jackill's Star Fleet Reference Manual (Ships of the Fleet, Volume 1) by Kristiansen Eric
  15. Revelations I: Night Music by Sam Chupp (1996)

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