Star Trek Adventures: A Forest Apart Now Available. Modiphius Entertainment

Star Trek seems.to be everywhere at the moment, with the second season of Discovery just about to end, a new Picard series in the works and the What We Leave Behind documentary on Deep Space 9 due in cinemas very soon

Continuing with the excellent releases for Star Trek Adventures our good friends at Modiphus Entertainment  have just announced the release of a brand new adventure set in the TOS era of play.

From the Press Release

Today we’re pleased to announce the release of a brand new Star Trek Adventure, A Forest Apart by Marco Rafalà.
A Forest Apart is available in PDF only on Modiphius.net and DriveThruRPG.com as part of our Star Trek Adventures Collection.
Here are the details on this intriguing new adventure:

From the Press Release

Two intelligent species on the edge of destruction. The Prime Directive. What do you do?
When you encounter an ancient, damaged vessel – a forested geodesic dome – it does not respond to hails and you detect no intelligent life readings. Upon investigation, you discover that the dying trees on the ship are sentient. They are desperately in need of rescue from a sentient species of time-accelerated insectoids that can only survive by eating the sap of the trees.
As you attempt to communicate with the two species, the stakes are raised when the ship changes course for Albali Prime, the home of a Bronze Age civilization. The trees believe Albali Prime is their ancient homeland.
Can you save the two intelligent species and protect the well-being of the Albali, all while preserving the tenets of the Prime Directive?
This standalone 22-page PDF adventure by Marco Rafalà is for the Star Trek Adventures Roleplaying Game and is set during the TOS era. This adventure also contains advice for adaptation for use in campaigns based in other Star Trek eras.
We hope you enjoy this brand new Star Trek Adventure, which joins other recent PDF adventure releases including Nest in the DarkTrouble on Omnid III and The Gravity of the Crime.

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