How's it all going?

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How's it all going?

Postby Gareth_Perkins » Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:10 pm

Hey there guys,

Seems like it's been a few months since we had any news (June or so?)?

How are things going with VBAM 2e and VBAM Fed Admiral?
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Re: How's it all going?

Postby mwaschak » Wed Nov 03, 2010 1:37 pm

Fine, thank you for asking :) .

Federation Admiral is sitting on SVC's desk. I think work resumes when Captain's Log 42 is done. Unlike FA, the Captain's Log series has a regular release date.

2e also forges ahead. I am reading some of Tyrel's latest changes. I believe he is putting together some more changes for another playtest release.

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Re: How's it all going?

Postby duxdarius » Thu Jan 20, 2011 9:59 pm

Hi Guys,
Been a year since we had any dat on 2nd ed? any news?
Does federation admiral have tie ins to VBam or Klingon armada

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Re: How's it all going?

Postby terryoc » Tue Jan 25, 2011 6:42 am

This is not an official answer...

Federation Admiral is, I believe, VBAM but tailored specifically to the Star Fleet Universe background (and particularly the Federation Commander game system in the SFU). You should be able to take other VBAM expansions and rules and use them in your Federation Admiral campaign. Or take things from Federation Admiral and use them in other VBAM campaigns, if you wanted to.

Klingon Armada is basically Starmada with Trek ships, so you could use the Starmada version of VBAM with that product. You could probably use Klingon Armada as a campaign combat resolution system for Federation Admiral, too.


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