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Welcome to a whole new world of adventure! Modiphius Entertainment is bringing you a wide range of worlds to explore, including our own terrifying vision of World War Two – Achtung! Cthulhu, a roleplaying setting for Call of Cthulhu and Savage Worlds. We have re-booted the fantastic sci-fi dieselpunk world of Mutant Chronicles with the 3rd Edition of the roleplaying game

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909, 2022

Fallout Friday September 2022

September 9th, 2022|

By Jon Webb   “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”. Yes, Overseer Jon returns to #FalloutFriday duty once again (with thanks to Shaun for stepping in at the last minute to cover last month). New Releases September sees the end of the Commonwealth wave, with two last sets to round out your Creatures forces and provide some exciting encounters to unwary players. The Mongrel Scavenging Pack sees six ravenous hounds (no good boys these) slink from the shadows to pick off stragglers and take down weakened fighters. Of course, a brave (or ...unwise…) Raider might try to befriend [...]

709, 2022

I Ship It!

September 7th, 2022|

By John Kennedy, STA Contributing Writer Art by CBS Studios, Inc.   What’s Star Trek without being able to get out among those stars? Working on the Utopia Planitia Starfleet Sourcebook was fun for me, but also a bit of a challenge. For my sections, I got to tackle Starfleet’s legacy from how it formed to how it shaped the events of the Galaxy. With only so many words to work with, how do you tackle something so grand in scale? After consulting the sage advice of the project manager, Jim Johnson, and many frequent conversations with my dog Dewey, [...]

3108, 2022

Another Member of the Crew

August 31st, 2022|

By Al Spader, STA Contributing Writer Art by CBS Studios, Inc.   It can’t be overstated that the ship you choose for your crew is also a member of that crew. So many of the shows we love so dearly are named after the ship (or station) they’re set on for a reason; the ship is the character you see on screen more than any other.  When I heard that we were looking at developing a shipyards book for Star Trek Adventures, my mind began racing. I knew I wanted to frame my sections of the book in much the same way [...]

2508, 2022

Blood & Sand

August 25th, 2022|

By Nick Brown   “I hate riding,” said Lucius, grimacing as they approached the centurion’s office on foot. “I expect horses hate you riding them,” said Marius, glancing up at the big North African. “All that weight. And your technique is horrible.” “I don’t mind a couple of hours or so, but three days? It’s not natural for a soldier. And what are we doing out here, anyway?” “I expect we’re about to find out.” They halted outside the office, which—like the other buildings in the army outpost—was very basic in design and constructed of clay brick. The walls were [...]

2408, 2022

Creating “Better Days”

August 24th, 2022|

By Christopher L. Bennett, STA Contributing Writer Art by Vincent Laik   When you write for a living, you come up with many more ideas than you actually use. Stories get rejected, and proposals or tentative premises never get written to begin with. But it’s always a good idea to hold onto those old concepts, because you never know when one of them might get a second chance at life. In the 1990s, I made several attempts to pitch ideas to Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager. Though I was unsuccessful at the time, I’ve been able [...]

1708, 2022

Welcome to Utopia Planitia!

August 17th, 2022|

By Jim Johnson, STA Project Manager Art by CBS Studios, Inc.   I grew up flipping through the Franz Joseph Technical Manual and the previous versions of a Star Trek roleplaying game, especially FASA and Last Unicorn Games, and loved flipping through the supplements that detailed the many ships from Starfleet, the Klingon Defense Force, the Romulan Star Empire, and others. They helped me see the ships as characters in their own right, much as the television shows presented the ship as key components of their series, vessels that were loved by their captains and crews (and erstwhile chief engineers). In [...]

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