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Role-Playing Sources;

THE ORIONS: BOOK OF COMMON KNOWLEDGE

(Copyright 1987 Paramount Pictures Corporation. Published by FASA Corporation)

    THE ORIONS: BOOK OF DEEP KNOWLEDGE

    (Copyright 1987 Paramount Pictures Corporation. Published by FASA Corporation)

    Worlds of the Federation

    (Copyright 1987)

    Star Trek: The Next Generation Role-Playing Game Corebook

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    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Role-Playing Game Corebook

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    Star Trek: 'The Price of Freedom' UFP Sourcebook

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    Star Trek: Pirates, Rogues, and Renegades Supplement

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    ADDITIONAL CANON MATERIAL;

    (Copyright 2005 Paramount Pictures Corporation. A Viacom Corporation)

    Original Material:
    (Copyright 2001-2005 R. Arthur Drake. Electronically Published by R. Arthur Drake.)

    Resource Editor & Original Online Publisher:

    Scott Hibbard

    Design & Writing:

    R. Arthur Drake.

    Editor:

    R. Arthur Drake.

     

    Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise are all registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures Corporation (http://www.paramount.com/).

    This site resource is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Paramount Pictures and is -strictly- intended for personal and non-profit use only.

    Note on Canon;

    Anyone who has come to know me whether through online role-playing or real life interaction knows I'm a Trek Canon Nazi. After recently acquiring the 'Star Trek: Star Charts & Maps' guide, I was how shall we say, disappointed with the description of Rigel (Beta Orionis) and the 'Beta Rigel' system created only it seems to explain certain events in 'Enterprise'. Over the years, I've come far too accustomed to my own original material concerning Rigel as a setting for my writing and role-playing, as well as FASA material, LUG, and the canon Star Trek Encyclopedia. And even though I found the rest of the Star Charts guide excellent and quite revealing, on the matter of "Rigel", it's history, and it's planetary composition, I'm relaying upon my own sources aforementioned and maintaining it as part of -my- canon. After all, the ST Star Charts book isn't canon in itself, and neither is my original materials.


     


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