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    This thread was split from the thread The many different faces of Star Trek RPGs as it did not apply to the subject of the thread but grew out of a comment that the Prime Directive was not a licensed Star Trek RPG.
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    I rather Like the SFU the way it is. it retains that TOS Charm while being different enough to suck you in.

    I also picked up the Rules Tome of DOOM for SFB and am busily sucking players into it
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    Quote Originally Posted by BouncyCaitian
    I rather Like the SFU the way it is. it retains that TOS Charm while being different enough to suck you in.
    That and the Hydrans are way cooler than the Malons.
    Anyhoo, just some random thoughts...

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    Agreed
    A brave little theory, and actually quite coherent for a system of five or seven dimensions -- if only we lived in one.

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