Renegade Legion: Interceptor - The Fire Eagles
The fire Eagles is an expansion for the Renegade Legion Interceptor game published by Fasa in 1987.
It describes some of the deadly space battles in which the fire eagles have taken part. Included are dossiers on the members of the Fire Eagles, with briefing on their personalities, skils and personal backgrounds. There is also a unit history, combat readiness and 15 scenarios pitting the fire eagles against the commonwealth.
The book adds colour and flavour to Renegade Legion: Interceptor.
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