After many, many years of procrastination I’ve finally settled on the final version of the Narn Regime from Babylon 5. I hope the designs within meet your expectations of how the Narn would stack up against the other powers in the Galaxy. As always, feel free to comment on what you like and dislike about the designs. Above all else, have fun and enjoy!
Pensacon 2017! February 17th – 19th in Pensacola, Florida. This Fleet Bash will be out fourth event held at this great convention. The previous years we have done huge fleet battles with all the players on one giant table slugging it out. This year, by popular request, we going to host a more traditional tournament style event. Players will play each other in a variety of games. The player with the most victories will be declared the ‘Grand Admiral’. Dont let the term ‘Tournament’ dissuade you! This will not be a super competitive environment but a relaxed atmosphere where players will have the opportunity to try out different design ideas and fleet compositions.
Download the event package above and dont miss this! Each year we always have a huge amount of give-a-ways provided by our sponsors plus some great trophies!
If you have any questions or comments feel free to email at email@example.com Be sure to put Full Thrust @ Pensacon in the subject line.
Note: the gaming area is in the hotel adjacent to the main Convention site so you do not need to purchase Con Tickets to attend.
Hope to see you all there!
We are back! This is an updated version of the fleet book for Star Trek’s Romulan Empire based off of FASA’s classic designs, featuring new artwork, pictures, updated designs, and a couple of new ships. Enjoy!!!
Introducing Skunkworks next fleet book ‘Fortress Command’ by William Stec! Ten months in the making this huge book provides you with SSDs and rule suggestions for space stations ranging from Deep Space Surveillance Satellites, to civilian refueling stations to the huge Star Fortresses used to protect the most strategically important planets. Some of these stations are formidable enough to take on an entire fleet!
Also included are SSDs and rules for bases constructed on planetary surfaces as well as expanded rules for Ortillery. Finally your assault ships will have use for these critically important weapons when attacking planetary targets.
This is the Beta release and we encourage everyone to submit input and play-test reports.
Jane’s Fighting Starships Neo-Soviet Navy. The Neo-Soviets, by Brigade, have some of the most powerful ships in human space but tend to be slow compare to other navies. Their large turreted beam weapons give them excellent all around fire power for less mass but at the expense of being able to quickly locking onto enemy ships. Their smaller screening ships are second to none in their given roles and their newest frigate classes are equipped with cloaking devices and anti-matter weapons!
FULL THRUST VERSION 1
This is where it all began !
Written By Jon Tuffley many moons ago long before computers and home publishing programs.
DRAFT COPY- Beta Test
UPDATED Sept 2016
The NGASKU EMPIRE by Studio Bergstrom. This the working copy of this fleet book. Not all of the ships have been playetested yet. Feel free to try them out and let us know what you think!
Many thanks to all of you that wrote in with questions and found errors or just plain bad spelling mistakes!
Many players have asked if we have ever done designs for Ork ships based on Games Workshops old Battlefleet Gothic game. Over the years we have dabbled with all the fleets and here is the Orks. NOTE: This is very much still a draft and work in progress book. While most of the ships have been play tested to some extent none of the SSDs have been triple checked for accuracy, mass, point cost etc. Please feel free to play test these and let us know what you find. Thanks!!!
Here is the much asked for and long awaited Fleet Book for Star Trek’s Romulan Empire. Clint has been play testing these for the past two years and feels they are finally ready for release. Many of the designs feature ships from both the original Star Trek series and the fine work FASA did years ago expanding on it.