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Class up that tux with the help of Star Trek!
The Klingon logo looks great on your suit
Flaunt your fandom!
Class up that tuxedo with the help of Star Trek and these excellent Star Trek Klingon Logo Cufflinks! Mr. Worf would be sure to wear these, and if they’re good enough for the most famous Klingon ever, then they’re good enough for you. The Klingon logo would look great on your suit! You can really flaunt your fandom when you wear these excellent Star Trek Klingon Logo Cufflinks. Measures about 1-inch tall.
Over at Bernd Schneider’s Star Trek site, you can find illustrations of 37 different bridges, plus another nine shuttle cockpits.
Not to get too nerdy about it, but some of the ‘shuttlecraft’ on that site are actually runabouts
Bleeding Cool has squirrelled out news of an upcoming crossover that might send certain minds reeling. That in May, IDW are to publish a Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation crossover series. Featuring The Doctor, Rory, Amy, Captain Picard, Worf, Data, Geordie LaForge, Deanna Troy, Will Riker and the rest. And that this art, featuring the Doctor, Rory and Amy on the bridge of the Enterprise is a cover that will be used in the series.
What? Dr Who and Star Trek? What the hell is a bush leaguer like dr who doing with a Grade A series like Star Trek?
via Bleeding Cool.
The Concert was in Landau, Germany. The Band is the Symphonic Wind Band of Landau (Community Band).
The crafting site Etsy often has interesting home-made Star Trek items, but this one is especially impressive. Barry Shields from Tennessee is offering a coffee table shaped like the USS Enterprise C (from Star Trek: TNG’s “Yesterday’s Enterprise), carved from ash, poplar and cherry wood.
No idea why he chose to do the Enterprise-C, she was only seen in a couple episodes of TNG, and was ultimately destroyed by the Romulans…
In Star Trek Catan, players start the game with two small space stations at the intersection of three planets, with each planet supplying resources based on the result of a dice roll. Players collect and trade these resources – Dilithium, Tritanium, food, oxygen and water – in order to build spaceships that connect regions in the galaxy, establish small and large space stations at new intersection points in order to increase resource acquisition, and acquire development cards that provide victory points (VPs) or special abilities.
On a dice roll of 7, a Klingon ship swoops in to prevent resource production on one planet, while taxing spacegoers who hold too many resources.
The one new element in Star Trek Catan compared to the Settlers version is a set of character cards, each featuring one of Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Sulu, Scott, Uhura, Chekov, Chapel, Rand or Sarek. Each character card has two special powers that the holder can use on his turn, such as a forced trade.
via Topless Robot.