Earthforce Sourcebook has 9 ratings and 0 reviews: Published June 30th by Chameleon Eclectic Entertainment, Inc., pages, Paperback. Thanks to a great suggestion on this very subreddit, I got ahold of the Earthforce Sourcebook, which contains tabletop gaming. The Babylon Project: Earthforce Sourcebook. Titan Books under License from Chameleon Eclectic. Softbound Rules Addition. pp. £p. There always.
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I would love to say that this book fulfilled all of my expectations but that wouldn’t be quite right. Trivia About Earthforce Source Phil rated it it was ok Mar 25, The background is well written and isn’t to bogged down with dates or useless trivia about the show, and the facts are presented quite clearly and well laid out.
Shannon Lewis rated it liked it Mar 10, On to the other real gripe about the book. Paperbackpages. To ask other readers questions about Earthforce Sourcebookplease sign up. The Earthforce sourcebook is well set out and is in full color throughout. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Clutteredmind added it Oct 03, There always seems to be some kind of problem when it comes to Europe and Babylon 5! Patrick rated it really liked it Nov 12, Be the first to ask a question about Earthforce Sourcebook.
Return to Book Page. Well no mention of compensation was forthcoming and I have emailed Chameleon Eclectic on several occasions now and still have had no reply? Open Preview See a Problem?
Jon did come up trumps sourcebokk and has set out the Full Thrust rules here very simply and clearly I am not going to go into great depth as I have already placed a full review of Full Thrust here on Gamers Web. The artwork for the profile as been reprinted under different names not once but twice leaving us with three separate entries for the good general will the real Mr.
Earthforce Sourcebook (Babylon Project RPG)
It wasn’t until I spoke to a friend of mine who got the game before me that I found out that he had no counters either. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Overall a good book let down by silly mistakes that could have been avoided. That is all well for those of us who buy the book later, but what about the poor saps who have earthfotce shelled out for the book now?
Where was the spaceship combat that made the show so popular? Blazoned across the full color photograph is the ever lovely Claudia Christian in her role of Susan Ivanova with two Earth Force Starfury’s erathforce in the background, but below that is something even more of a treat the words John Tuffley spelt wrongly as it should be Jon!
He created the best selling and highly acclaimed Full Thrust space combat rules as well as a wide variety earthhforce other successful sci-fi games. David rated it it was amazing Jun 08, No trivia or quizzes yet.
This is the first in list of supplements that are due out over the coming months, and I am told that the rest of the races will all have their own books with ships and equipment. As a source book the background is first rate but however there are a few problems!
The Babylon Project: Earthforce Sourcebook
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. From the moment you pick up the book and look at the cover it looks as if you’re in for a real treat and that the long wait was worth it. To be completely honest with you, I thought that perhaps my copy of the system had been opened in the store I bought it from and that the sheets of card stock counters for the combat system had simply fallen out.
Well you could fight if you had the counters to use for the ships. Olivia rated it liked it Mar 11, Pam Wesy added it Jun 08, Well the word got out that Chameleon Eclectic were in the process of writing a new addition to the basic rule book that would include a full blown space combat system that would allow us to re-enact the battles that we see every week. Mistakes in grammar and spelling are all throughout the book and I was surprised to find that Dr Franklin’s father Richard Franklin played in the show by sci-fi veteran Paul Winfield is a clone!