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


Not an empire at all, but instead a network of criminal organizations, the Orions are involved in piracy, smuggling, and no end of other criminal enterprises. The Orions have divided the Alpha Octant into several territories, called cartels. Each is run by a crimelord. Over time, the borders between these areas shift as one crimelord bullies his neighbor, strong cartels dismember weak ones, or a dead crimelord's heirs split his cartel in two. Rarely, an existing cartel disappears or a new cartel is created. Some of the areas within a given cartel may be more (or less) under the total control of the crimelord. Generally speaking, the idea is to make your profit without getting the government so upset that they must respond. Losing a ship here and there is an operating expense for a shipping company; losing a lot of ships won't be tolerated.


This ship roster card pack contains: Light Raider-class frigate, Raider-class light cruiser, and Salvage-class heavy cruiser.


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

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August 12th, 2016
All of these work nicely for this underrated game. [...]
February 13th, 2015
A nice set of cards that are easy to read and understand. Highly recommend them for Call to Arms Starfleet players!! [...]
February 3rd, 2015
These look very nice, great addition to the game. Glorious full color text and photo of the ship. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 03, 2015.