Beam down to new adventures. Modiphius Entertainment

Massive news for Star Trek Adventures fans from our good friends at Modiphius Entertainment.

From the Press Release

Today we’re delighted to announce the release of two brand new miniatures sets for the Star Trek Adventures roleplaying game.
The Star Trek Adventures Original Series Landing Party and Iconic Villains 32mm resin miniatures resin sets are now available on Modiphius.net as part of the Star Trek Collection, perfect accompaniments to the tabletop roleplaying game and for use with our Star Trek Adventures Geomorphic Tile Sets.
We’ve also reduced our Starfleet and Klingon Deck Tiles Sets by a masssive 33% to coincide with the release of the minis sets, so there’s never been a better time to try them out!
Landing party, come in!
10 highly detailed, 32mm scale, unpainted resin miniatures of an Original Series Starfleet away team for use with Star Trek Adventuresthe tabletop roleplaying game. This set contains one male officer and one female officer of the Andorian, Denobulan, Tellarite, and Vulcan species, as well as two male humanoid miniatures.
You are an imperfect being, created by an imperfect being.
Finding your weakness is only a matter of time.
8 highly detailed, 32mm scale, unpainted resin miniatures of iconic Star Trek villains for use with Star Trek Adventures the tabletop roleplaying game. This set contains Khan, The Borg Queen, Q, Locutus of Borg, Gul Dukat, Lore, General Chang, and the Gorn Captain.
We hope you’ll enjoy these latest Star Trek Adventures miniatures sets and look for more great Star Wars Adventures coming soon, including the Alpha Quadrant Source Book next month and the second adventure compendium Strange New Worlds arriving in August (details below).

 

The interchangeable deck tiles combine in hundreds of ways and along with the official Star Trek Adventures miniatures help create exciting missions on your tabletop.
• Fully realised top-down designs of key locations on a Federation starship: the bridge, main engineering, astrometrics, sickbay, and other corridors and shuttlebays.
• Marked with movement areas compatible with the 2d20 system for use with the Star Trek Adventures conflict rules.
The Alpha Quadrant sourcebook sets its sights on starbase Deep Space 9, Bajor, the Cardassian Union, the Ferengi Alliance, and the Maquis. The book’s cover features original artwork of the first battle of Deep Space 9, with the station defending itself from the Klingon fleet.
From the judgement hall, to cloaking generator rooms and Klingon bridges, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Klingon Tile Set map a glorious battlefield!
The Klingon Tile Set contains:
Fully realised top-down designs of key locations on a Klingon starship: the bridge, engineering, transporter rooms, sickbay, plus other rooms, corridors and shuttlebays.
Movement area markings compatible with the 2d20 system for use with the Star Trek Adventures conflict rules.
In August, Star Trek Adventures will explore Strange New Worlds with its second mission compendium. With 9 original missions to play through, exploring challenging away missions on dangerous planets and weird environments

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About Marc Farrimond

I'm a 55 year guy from Wigan in Lancashire living in Edinburgh, Scotland with two of my four awesome kids and my long suffering wife Laura. I have worked freelance over the years for some of the biggest names in tabletop and roleplaying and I am a very keen cosplayer and photographer.
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