Item description for Babylon 5 - A Call to Arms 2nd Edition: Fleet Book by Matthew Sprange...
Accompanying the brand new second edition of the award-winning A Call to Arms Babylon 5 space combat miniatures game, the Babylon 5 A Call to Arms 2nd Ed. Fleet Book contains the comprehensive data necessary to play any of the major and iconic racial fleets of the Babylon 5 universe. The Earth Alliance, Minbari Federation, Centauri Republic, Narn Regime and League of Non-Aligned Worlds have all their ship types and fleets described, along with their game statistics. Also included are fleet lists for the ancient Shadows and Vorlons, as well as expanded information on the fleets of specific League races, such as the Brakiri, the Vree, the Abbai, an other races like the Dilgar, Drakh and multi-racial Raiders. Finally, there are brand new fleet lists added to the game with this book - the Gaim, pak'mar'ra and Psi Corps! the Pak'ma'ra and the Gaim. There are even specific notes for older fleets (Dilgar), specialised fleets (Psi Corps) and generic Raider fleets.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.4" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Sep 19, 2007
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
ISBN 1905850646 ISBN13 9781905850648
Availability 0 units.
More About Matthew Sprange
With a history in roleplaying and miniatures game design, Matthew Sprange has written over three dozen gaming books, including the "Babylon 5" and "Judge Dredd" roleplaying games, and has won two Origins Awards for his miniatures games.
Reviews - What do customers think about Babylon 5 - A Call to Arms 2nd Edition: Fleet Book?
Needs color May 12, 2008
First off, an excellent book in all regards. An excellent buy for $20 (the price it was when I purchased).
There is one downside: the ships need to be in color. Next to each entry, there is a black and white image of the miniature ship--however, depending on the paint job, it is hard to make out some of them.