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Yet another Starfire page
(The kind with spaceships, not comic book characters)


    Starfire started out as a tactical space combat boardgame back in 1976. The sequel, Starfire II, added fighters to the game and Starfire III: Empires was a basic strategic version of the game. After that came several supplements and new editions. Ultra Starfire, the current incarnation of the game, can be found at the Starfire Design Studio.

    This site is dedicated to the Starfire: New Empires campaign that I was in from '89 to '97. Along the way portions of the Imperial Stafire rules as well as technology from the Starfire Newsletter Communique were used. Taking a page from Director Tim Burton all the designs on this site have been 're-imagined' to fit with the revised third edition (3rdR) and the 3rdR Unified Tech Manual rules. Additionally, an element of Galactic Starfire, the government types, have been incorporated into the various race descriptions. This was done to provide a better description of the races, instead of the stock 'Non-Player Race Decision Matrix response A - G' as found in Starfire: New Empires. :)


Terpla'n/Fendalen campaign races, ships, and background
House Tech/Alternate Tech Page
Fiction Archive  (Updated 03/01/2014)
Original Art and Scans of old Starfire game covers (Updated 03/01/2014)
Some site-related bio info








Links

Starfire Design Studio - The place to find materials, both old and new, on Starfire.

Ian's Starfire Page - A fan site that devoted to Ian's Consortium Campaign.

Axly's Starfire Stuff - A comparatively eternal Starfire site, its claim to fame is a System Generator

Aurora - A site hosting campaign fiction of the developing Aurora game system as well as Starfire fan fiction.



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All materials and information for Starfire are copyrighted 1997 by Marvin Lamb and the Starfire Design Studio. All rights reserved.

All artwork on this site is used for non-profit purposes and is not meant to infrige the rights of the respective copyright owners.

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