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Star Fleet Times was the official newsletter for the Star Fleet Universe from 1995-2000. It ceased publication with issue #50 because Internet had made it obsolete. SFT was published about 10 times a year. Each issue included current events, announcements, tactics, questions and answers, tournament listings, playtest ships and scenarios, etc.


Contents for issues #31-#35:


#31: Sigvirions (another Omega Sector empire); Tournament Rules Test; Jindarian and Vudar tactics.


#32: Iridani Fighters (see issue #24), combo-hulled Lyran ships (Arctic Lion CW, Limping Cat CA, Manchurian Tiger CV, Battlecat DD, Housecat HDW), light dreadnoughts (Klingon, Kzinti).


#33: Heavy dreadnoughts (Federation, Romulan, Gorn), weird General War ships (Federation Turret Cruiser, Klingon E3X, Romulan Sniper Frigate, Gorn Bubble Dreadnought, Qari Multi-Turret Cruiser).


#34: Three playtest scenarios (Gorn-ISC, Orion-Andro, Federation-Romulan Q-ship), obscure old Romulan variants (Battle Eagle CVM, BH-B DDL, King Falcon heavy mauler, Screech Owl HSC, Snipe-C FFL).


#35: The Souldra, a new empire for the Omega Sector (complete rules included).

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