This list is comprised of information from the FASA products themselves.
Researched using the products description on the back of the books, catalogs and mail
order forms. Some Fasa ADs where used aswell. I have also researched the world wide web;
gathered user first hand description information as well as visual scrutinizing. I used
the actual names of the products in this list, despite the various errors in product names
you find in FASA Catalogs, mail order forms, Box Descriptions or various other
publications. This list was to be made five years ago (back in 2000), but I finally got
around to doing it, it took perhaps a few months of steady work to compile the majority of
the information presented here and to make sure its accurate.
I routinely update the parts list whenever I receive new information.
Parts List - INDEX
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and Rules Supplements
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Manuals / Playing Aids
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and Miscellaneous Info
soft cover books
FASA used several methods of packaging there products...
- Box - This consisted of a standard box that would hold multiple playing
pieces, books and pamphlets.
- Envelope Cover (1983)- This was a thin cardboard covering
that wrapped the book. It folded and closed in the back. Protected the
book inside. Usually there was a description of the product on the back
of the packaging that on occasion differed from the info on the back of
the actual rulebook. These where used throughout 1983. The top of the
envelope extended above the book about an inch, used for indexing in the
stores. To identify an envelope from the front cover, there will be a
thick boarder across the top and a very thin border down the right side,
bottom and left side.
Witness For Defense,
Starship Construction Manual 1st Edition,
Trader Captains and Merchant Princes(1stED),
The Vanished(2nd cover),
Denial of Destiny
- Pocket Folder (1983/84?)- This was like the standard folder that opened up to
reveal two pockets on the bottom to hold the book. It didn't protect the book as
effectively as the envelope cover does, but the pocket folder was more practical for
everyday use. On the facing of the pockets there where ads for FASA's Star Trek products.
These where used throughout 1984. The top of the folder extended above the book about an inch, used for indexing in the
stores. To identify a folder from the front cover, there will be a thick boarder across
the top, right side and bottom.
Star Trek III Sourcebook,
Demand of Honor,
Denial of Destiny,
Witness For Defense,
Margin Of Profit,
- Artwork Card Insert (1985?)- This consisted of a thin card that opened up into
two halves with star trek artwork on each half advertising one of the RPG's book and the
RPG in general. The back two halves where white and blank. The artwork is great for
decorating your gaming room or using as a gamemasters screen. The top of the cardboard
extended out and above the book about an inch, used for indexing in the stores. This was
shrinked wrapped. To identify a card insert from the front cover, there will be a thick
light blue boarder across the top.
- Plain Cardboard Insert - This was just a thick blank piece of cardboard
laid between a two book set. Then shrinked wrapped.
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