There have been a number of RPGs that have held the official Star Trek license over the years: Modiphius' Star Trek Adventures (the current rights holder), the 1990s Last Unicorn Games series of books (one game for each TV series), the 1980s Star Trek RPG from FASA, and even the long-forgotten 1978 Heritage Models game … Continue reading These are the Unofficial Voyages…Non-licensed Star Trek RPGs.
Recently I was introduced to the RPG Star Trek: Alpha Quadrant by Steven J. Ege, a hack of the Cepheus Engine set in the Star Trek universe. It's a fan work, and it's available for free here. It's an interesting, professional looking book. I recently created both a Cepheus Engine sheet and a character sheet … Continue reading Free Character Sheet for Star Trek: Alpha Quadrant/Cepheus Engine
In 1978, the now defunct company Heritage Models released a line of Star Trek miniatures. To go along with them, they also released Star Trek: Adventure Gaming in the Final Frontier - the first licensed RPG for Star Trek. This was a year before the first movie, and a decade before TNG, so it was … Continue reading Character Sheet for the 1978 Star Trek RPG
This is the basic adventure I ran for Bad Captain, a comic version of Star Trek written by Jeff Call using Black Hack rules. It's available for free here: Star Trek: Bad Captain. Overview The U.S.S. Calamity has been called to space station N23 in the Neutronia system on the borders of Federation space. Captain … Continue reading Star Trek: Bad Captain – The Negotiator