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  1. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by AllenS View Post
    As of today, the PDF of the Core Rulebook is available on DriveThruRPG.com for a shade over $15. I have had my PDF for a little over a week (got it via the preorder) and have actually run the game twice. I really like this game. The book is amazing; beautiful design with great art throughout.

    Allen
    I preordered too (one of the PDF collection offers), but after that runs its course prices like that could get mighty tempting when I'm not looking for a hardcover version.

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    For those curious, who don't follow me on Facebook, I wrote a small part of the core rulebook: Chapter 2.3, "The Twenty-Third Century," and several of the sidebars in the timeline. Those were Edith Keeler's diary entry, Kirk's letter to Will Decker, Richard Daystrom's acceptance speech, and an admiral on Utopia Planitia talking about cloaking devices. I also had one other sidebar, in the "Conflict" chapter, where Mara discusses fighting Humans.

    I think the book is gorgeous, and I'm thoroughly delighted to be a part of it.
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    Yeah, Patrick, it is a gorgeous book. I was surprised by all the artwork, and yet there are no images taken directly from any of the series.

    I'm going over the rules. I kinda like the refit rules for starships. I'm thinking that the various "subclasses" we've seen in fandom could be treated as sort of "refit packages".

    I'm worried that phasers are too underpowered though. It looks like they got nerfed.

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    Hey, folks. Long time no see. Turns out Hotmail doesn't like to talk to this forum or send out password reset notifications. I could read your posts but couldn't respond.

    Anyway, hope you're digging the new game. It's been a true labor of love to work on and I'm looking forward to being at GenCon. If anyone's planning to go, stop by the Modiphius booth and say hi. Would love to finally meet you all in person.

    And if you haven't signed up for the Living Campaign, get to it! www.modiphius.com/star-trek

    Also, if anyone has an urge to take a crack at writing for the game, I'm the adventure coordinator and editor and am looking for 500-800 word pitches for standalone adventures that'll clock in at 7000-10000 words or so. If you want more details, send me a comm at james_w_johnson@hotmail.com. And be sure to mention you're a member from here. Much love for these forums from back in the day.

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    I'll be sure to drop by the booth!
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    Got my book, the Collector's Edition So nice to have a real book after working with a floppy two-section printout for so long


    Allen

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    I ordered the starter bundle and I will not get mine until October.

    That was told in the least email I got today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy_Of_Borg View Post
    I ordered the starter bundle and I will not get mine until October.

    That was told in the least email I got today.
    I changed my order for precisely that reason.

    Allen

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