Prime Directive—Modern Edition (d20 Modern)
Amarillo Design Bureau
Fully updated for the d20 Modern System, Prime Directive introduces rules and information allowing players to expand their campaigns into the Star Fleet Universe. Features include detailed Racial Templates for races within the Federation, Klingon Empire, Romulans, Gorns, and others, plus backgrounds specific to the Star Fleet Universe and detailed explanations of equipment like tricorders, transporters, and tractor beams.
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