Over the years, several companies have released rules for role-playing Star Trek, possibly one of the most iconic science fiction TV/movie shows of all time. The first was Star Trek: Adventure Gaming in the Final Frontier, produced by Heritage Models in 1978, followed by two games in 1982, Star Fleet Voyages from Terra Games Company and the much better known Star Trek: The Role Playing Game from FASA.
In 1993 came Prime Directive, designed by Amarillo Design Bureau, Inc. and published by Task Force Games. Later editions were published for GURPS (2e and 3e), D20 System and D20 Modern. Last Unicorn Games entered the scene in 1998 with Star Trek: The Next Generation Role-playing Game, which spawned Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Role-playing Game (1999) and Star Trek: The Original Series Role-playing Game (1999), both stand-alone games but using the same game mechanics.
The Star Trek Roleplaying Game was published in 2002 by Decipher, then things went quiet in Star Trek role-playing until 2017 and the arrival of Star Trek Adventures from Modiphius.
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|Star Trek Adventures
Page last updated: 8 July 2017