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The Triangle (edition 1985)

by Guy McLimore

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Title:The Triangle
Authors:Guy McLimore
Info:FASA Corporation (1985), Paperback
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Tags:science fiction, role playing, 23rd century, Star Trek

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The Triangle (Star Trek RPG) by Guy McLimore

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"The Triangle, a region of the Galaxy long known for its disregard for any law but its own, is the setting for this sourcebook for "Star Trek: The Role Playing Game". The Triangle is full of renegade Romulans and Klingons, pirate kings, black-market weapon dealers, and many other unsavory characters. Included in this set are a full-color map (17" x 22") that shows all the inhabited planets of the Triangle and all political boundaries of the major races and minor states, and a 96-page book containing information about the political, military, and economic goals of the three major powers bordering this neutral region of space. The largest part of the book is made up of 120 world logs of the inhabited planets of the Triangle and character sheets for some of the more important and interesting personalities who live and do business there. Also included are several maps and indices for easy reference and cross-indexing. Another supplement, "The Triangle Campaign" (#2215), uses this setting for a multi-strand adventure campaign."

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