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A Call to Arms: Star Fleet Book 1.2: Gorn Ship Roster Card Pack


The Gorns border both the Federation and the Romulans. The Gorns met (and fought several wars with) the Romulans before discovering the Federation in a famous incident in which two brash young captains shot first and faced embarrassing questions later. After this incident, the Gorns discovered they had much in common with the Federation (including previous wars with the Romulans) and the two empires became fast friends.


The Gorns are a confederation of three worlds on which genetically identical species of dinosauroids existed. Evidence indicates that unknown ancient beings, nicknamed the “Lizard Kings,” planted the Gorns on those planets around 11,000 BC.


This ship roster card pack contains: Carnosaurus-class destroyer, Ceratosaurus-class battle destroyer, Stegosaurus-class heavy destroyer, Megalosaurus-class light cruiser, Epanterias-K-class strike cruiser, Allosaurus-class battlecruiser, Velociraptor-class fast battlecruiser, Epanterias-M-class medium cruiser, Allosaurus Rex-class command cruiser, Albertosaurus-class heavy battlecruiser, Tyrannosaurus Rex-class dreadnought, armed cutter (class-1 phaser), armed cutter (class-3 phaser/plasma), Prime Trader transport (phaser-1), Prime Trader transport (plasma), mobile base (plasma), and battle station.


You must have A Call to Arms: Star Fleet Book 1, Revision 2 in order to use these cards.

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