Star Fleet Battles: Module C4—Fleet Training Centers
Amarillo Design Bureau
Fleet Training Centers. Is space combat against the Klingons and Romulans too boring? Then take your chances against new enemies! The Flivvers have ships that can fly sideways. The Sharkhunters have ships that fire wire-guided plasma torpedoes. The Triaxians have ships that move in three directions with special kinds of plasma. The Qari have armored ships with rotating weapons that can fire explosive or penetrating shells. The Frax are based on wet-navy designs. The Britainians fire broadsides with their disruptors. The Canadi'ens fly the Maple Leaf Mauler. And more.
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