FASA Corporation released these two boxed map sets in support of their extensive STAR TREK RPG product line. With these deck plans, it’s a snap to game out encounters and boarding actions. The maps are well-rendered, labelled, and look sexy.
Despite being nearly 40 years old, the Original Series ST ship blueprints would be an easy addition to your online VTT sessions. Take a few overhead photos with your phone camera, edit the images, and upload to Roll20, Fantasy Grounds, Foundry, etc.
U.S.S. Enterprise Deck Plans (Star Trek RPG) [BOX SET]
1983 … Ross Babcock & Dana Knutson & Mitch O’Connell & Jordan Weisman … FASA 2101
Nine double sided sheets measuring 22×33½”, 12-page booklet: Ship Recognition Handbook, Star Fleet and Friendly Powers.
The FASA Star Trek page at my RPG Reference Site
Ross Babcock, Dana Knutson, Mitch O’Connell, and Jordan Weisman are credited with these awesome ship deck plans.
Mitch O’Connell also painted the wonderful box art.
Klingon D-7 Class Battle Cruiser: 15mm Deck Plans [BOX SET]
1983 … FASA 2102
Six double-sided sheets measuring 22×33½ inches, and ship recognition hand book for the D-7 Battlecruiser and all known variants
REGULA 1 Deckplans (1987): RPG Adventure Aboard the Space Station from Star Trek II Wrath of Khan
TRAVELLER Adventure Class Ships, Vol 1 & 2 (1982): Deckplans Galore
Classic GDW RPGs on CD-ROM: Traveller, Twilight 2000, 2300AD, Dark Conspiracy, and more
Were there deck plans of these ships before FASA published them or was this the first time The Enterprise was mapped out?
Good question. Don’t know. Hopefully someone will reply here.
Yes, the original blueprints were published back in 1975, though they werent at the same scale as the FASA ones.
FASA’s were printed larger so that they could be used in tabletop game play with miniature figures.
… forgot to add that there were 12 Sheets in the original blueprints.
1-4 were of the outside, 5 was a profile cut-away and 6-12 were the interiors.
I have two sets of them I got when I was a kid back then.