The Sciences Division supplemental rulebook provides Gamemasters and Players with a wealth of new material for use in Star Trek Adventures for characters in the sciences division. The Sciences Division supplemental rulebook includes: Detailed description of the sciences division, covering the science and medical departments, Starfleet Exploratory Division, Starfleet Science, and Starfleet Medical; An expanded list of Talents and Focuses for science and medical characters, as well as new character creation choices for cybernetic and genetic enhancements; A list of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, and rules for their inclusion in Star Trek Adventures missions; Guidance on creating truly strange and unique alien species, as well as advice on including spatial anomalies, parallel universes, the Q, and time travel in your adventures; Rules for creating new, truly alien species, introducing hazardous and hostile environments into scenes, and new mechanics for suffering or curing diseases; Detailed descriptions and game statistics for a range of Science and Medicine focused NPCs and Supporting Characters, including Carol Marcus, Noonian Soong, and Zefram Cochrane. division, the role of Fleet Operations, life as a command division cadet, and details on starship operations. • Expanded 2d20 Social Conflict rules, enhancing social encounters and galactic diplomacy. • An expanded list of Talents and Focuses for command and conn characters. • Over a dozen additional starships and support craft to command and pilot, including the NX, Nebula, Sovereign, and Steamrunner classes, as well as many shuttle types and the indomitable Work Bee! • Advice on creating command division focused plot components for your missions to test the mettle of your captain and flight controller. • New rules on running Admiralty-level campaigns that let you command entire fleets, as well as information on commanding starbases. • Detailed descriptions and game statistics for a range of Command and Conn focused NPCs and Supporting Characters. Made in the UK.