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Captain's Log #2


Return to 1983 when hair was big and Star Fleet Battles was the hottest game on the block. From the data files of Star Fleet Headquarters, from the design and development staff of Amarillo Design Bureau, and from the players of Star Fleet Battles come even more scenarios to challenge your skills as a Captain.


Captain’s Log #2 features the short story and scenario, “Refiner’s Fire,” by James Ashauer. The story details the Romulan attempt to destroy the Gorn Heavy Cruiser Reptilicon as a prelude to an invasion of the Gorn Confederation. The decisive battle occurred at the Gorn/Federation border. The scenario allows up to four players to recreate this climactic final battle.


The second feature of Captain’s Log #2 is "Who's Who in the Star Fleet Universe." A brief background is given on the key people who were involved in the continuing creation of the STAR FLEET BATTLES gaming system.


Captain’s Log #2 also includes the new Impulse Movement Charts for 8, 16, and 24 impulses and three new command cruisers: The Gorn Allosaurus Rex, the Hydran Lord Marshal, and the Romulan Superhawk.


Over 20 new scenarios are included in Captain’s Log #2. Some scenario titles are: "Mutiny on the Demonslayer," "A Question of Franchise," "Ambush!," and "The Rain of Terror." Also included is the Campaign Game "The Expedition" which allows players to recreate the Hydran attempt to drive through the Klingon Empire.

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