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posted Feb 20, 2017 17:00:48 by GaiusRoss
Hi Everyone, Just wondering if it might be possible to setup a thread or folder where all the amazing resources that people have made could be collated?

I've seen some jpgs for characters, some plans for each scene, all sorts, but I'm sure I have missed loads more. If there was central place to find these resources, even if it is a google drive folder link as a stick thread?

I don't know if this would be useful for anyone else?
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SteveHanson said Feb 21, 2017 05:56:59
As you can see, I like it.
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DavidRosson said Feb 21, 2017 06:33:54
Anything I make related to this RPG I'll probably be shoving into the following link:
Serpine's Star Trek RPG Stuff

Currently I just have:
* Experimental stats for a Constellation class ship
* Experimental stats for a Type 6 Shuttle.
* A compilation of lists of every character build element from every pregen.
"It's not safe out here. It's wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross. But it's not for the timid." - Q
Star Trek RPG Files (Character Build Reference and Constellation Class Starship)
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gaiusross@yahoo.co.uk said Feb 21, 2017 15:56:41
Thank you.

I saw somewhere, there was a drawing of the shuttle scene, just wondering if there have been any others made?

I have a copy of the first one. I don't know who to credit for it though as I can't find the original thread.
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DivisionLudica said Feb 22, 2017 20:53:30

I remember saw this link on reddit
From México to boldly go where no man has gone before
http://divisionludica.blogspot.com/

http://www.juegosderol.com.mx/
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aramis_erak said Feb 22, 2017 23:54:18
My STA resources pages.
http://aramis.hostman.us/trek/sta/

Note: some browsers and few 3rd party PDF readers won't load the custom fonts...
Just because my shirt is red
does not mean I'll soon be dead.

http://aramis.hostman.us/trek/sta/
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themaskofromek said Feb 23, 2017 12:14:24
This is the link to my STA folder.

I currently have just one file which is a list of values, focuses and talents. I will no doubt be adding to this as I go on.

My STA stuff
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ChrisFougere said Feb 24, 2017 13:43:06
Before I start collating information - has anyone put together something resembling a GM screen?
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aramis_erak said Feb 24, 2017 19:50:54
Yes, but I'm not putting it on my website, as it's 9pp...
Just because my shirt is red
does not mean I'll soon be dead.

http://aramis.hostman.us/trek/sta/
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Eric Stearns said Feb 25, 2017 02:59:56
For all folks (regardless of series) I recommend this website for audio bites. - Trekcore.com They have all sorts of information regarding every series, but the audio clips are quite nice! :)
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LibrariaNPC said Mar 03, 2017 17:11:06
@DavidRosson: I love how you put together the Constitution-class vessel, and it's given me some inspiration for a few projects for my table (namely the Defiant-class). Now it's reading up on ships as I'm not AS familiar with Star Trek ships as I am with Star Wars vessels.

@ChrisFougere: I was looking at ways of copying the tables, notes, and page numbers into something that'll fit into a customizable GM screen (like the one used for Savage Worlds), but I gave up on it as we'll be getting new rules at some point soon...that, and I haven't found my screen in all of the boxes I haven't unpacked yet.
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DivisionLudica said Mar 04, 2017 20:27:25



Here you can find this Character Sheets along with Command, Operations, Sciences and Medical sheets.

From México to boldly go where no man has gone before
http://divisionludica.blogspot.com/

http://www.juegosderol.com.mx/
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Elijah said Mar 05, 2017 04:17:36
A great resource for details about the Star Trek universe is Memory Alpha and the Official Star Trek Encyclopedia.

Memory Alpha - Star Trek Wiki

Official Star Trek Encyclopedia 2016 Edition
You can purchase it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and find it at your local bookstore. It includes everything apart from TAS and Beyond.
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WaynePeters said Mar 08, 2017 14:44:25
The marvellous Mechanical Star Trek Paper Miniature Maker 2.0

Some of you may remember an old site of mine where you could construct Star Trek paper miniatures by dragging the relevant arms and props on to the bodies at the top of the page. I recently, finally retired that site in favour of version 2.0 with significantly better art, a higher resolution and a menu based construction method instead of having to drag several screens up :)

You can find it here:

http://www.crowstuff.co.uk/temp/MiniMaker2/index.html

I know Modiphius are planning on producing some lovely Trek minis. This isn't as cool, obviously but might do if you need a swarm of crew members in a pinch.

Things to note:

It takes about 30-40 seconds to load so you'll just have a blank, dark blue screen for that period. Please be patient.

The page has a fixed window resolution of 1200x700. This is so that the figures are displayed at the correct resolution to print at 300dpi. This means you will need a monitor resolution big enough to be able to display the screen properly.
I may try and reduce this later on for folks who don't have high-res monitors.

The minis, when printed at 300dpi will be 32mm tall. You are, of course at liberty to rescale them to any size you wish.

This is still very much a work in progress - a First draft if you will - so I understand it looks like ass. The UI is placeholder but should serve it's purpose for now.

It should be self explanatory to use: Click the buttons on the left to bring up the menus on the right and click the item you want in the menu on the right. Job done.

I eventually want to implement a save/load and a print function but that's way out of my depth at the moment. For now, when you have a character you're happy with either use 'print screen' and paste into an art package of your choice for printing or use something like Snips in Windows to screengrab.

Fold the figure in half and glue. Either fold the bottom tabs up as a base or cut them in to a tab if you have those fancy slot bases for paper miniatures.

I've taken pains to make sure the figures are symmetrical. However, there's many a slip twixt cup and the lip, so my suggestion is to cut close to the figure and then either leave a white border or colour it in with a black sharpie.

Any thoughts, suggestions, problems, feedback in general, please do let me know. It will be warmly welcome.
However. Please read the following first before you do:


Things I intend to include:

The answer to the question that starts, 'Are you going to include...?' Will almost always be met with the answer, 'Yes. Eventually.'
All uniforms and costumes from all eras of Trek. I will start with the duty uniforms as a priority and add to them from there.
Communicators, PADDs, tricorders in the hands and on the shoulders and belt.
Facial hair
Blue, green and red skin colours.
Most, if not all humanoid races.
A nicer looking UI

Finally here are some TOS era minis that I generated by spamming the Random button:



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ScottB said Mar 08, 2017 15:05:38
@WaynePeters - excellent work, thank you for that!
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DavidRosson said Mar 08, 2017 19:20:07
Wayne that is bloody amazing. And per your post I will resist the impulse to ask 'Are you going to include...?' :)
"It's not safe out here. It's wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross. But it's not for the timid." - Q
Star Trek RPG Files (Character Build Reference and Constellation Class Starship)
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