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[Gaming] Modiphius Entertainment announces Star Trek RPG game

As Star Trek continues to celebrate its 50th anniversary, its now time for you and your friends to explore strange new worlds, and boldly go where no one has gone before in the new Star Trek RPG game from Modiphius Entertainment.

Fans of the legendary Star Trek television series’ and films will not only boldly go to the final frontier, but they will shape the voyages and missions through the Star Trek Adventures living campaign playtest. Each player will experience the game differently based on the ship they are assigned to and attendees of Gen Con will have the exclusive North American opportunity to choose their ship, as well as claim a free Captain Kirk or Captain Picard miniature, while supplies last, when they register for the playtest. Registration will take place daily at the Modiphius booth #2737 in the Gen Con exhibit hall August 4 – 7, 2016.

Additional sign-ups will launch online from late August at www.modiphius.com/star-trek and fans in Europe will have their chance to claim Kirk or Picard at the Modiphius booth at Essen-Spiel in Germany in October and at Dragonmeet in the UK in December. The living campaign playtest will launch in the fall.

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The Star Trek Adventures game will use the Modiphius 2d20 game system found in Mutant Chronicles, Conan, and John Carter of Mars, that is designed by Jay Little. Additionally, Modiphius is creating a set of miniatures in 32mm scale so you can take your game to the next level.

Star Trek Adventures is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2017.

via Modiphius

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Stephen Schleicher

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