Star Fleet Battles (SFB) is a fabulous science fiction board game based on Star Trek and is brainchild of the Amarillo Design Bureau. It's extremely complex but once you get the rules figured out it's a lot of fun. After ASL it is the second most complex game I have ever played.
Go here for the official ADB website.
I've made a fair number of playing aids on my Amiga over the years and have started to convert them to live on my linux box and have a few here to present to you. They are all GIF images that are in either 100, 150 or 300 DPI resolutions. They were designed to print perfectly on my Amiga and its deskjet and (hopefully) will work as well on your system.
Below are some energy allocation forms that I have made up nearly ten years ago (the last revision is 1996). I much prefer them to the standard since the allocation for the batteries is separate and at the top making the calculations a little easier (which is important when things start getting tense and mistakes start getting made). All are 150 DPI. I have three forms, one for turns 1-7, one for turns 8-14 and one for turns 15-21. Each are just shy of 50k in size. You are free to download and print them if you leave my name on it.
Energy Allocation form turns 1 through 7.
Energy Allocation form turns 8 through 14.
Energy Allocation form turns 15 through 21.
Here is a single page microslop word document for PF energy allocation. It has a similar setup to my above energy forms. It's more general in that each of the tables are identical. I've found that in the past only about 15 - 20 percent of the games I've played with PFs actually had the "standard" PF flotillas.
Here is an image of a hexmap with numbers and everything . It's 300 DPI and consumes 233k. You'll want to print this in landspace mode. It's bigger than the standard SFB map because it's actually designed to fit the "Foxbat and Phantom" map I often play SFB on. It's bigger, mounted and uses exactly the same hex numbering scheme that the ADB map uses.
If you have trouble printing this, here is a version in postscript (already rotated to landscape mode) that you can send to most modern printers. Note that the file is compressed using GNU's gzip which you may need to download.
This is a single page microslop word document
with a handy table, rules and stupid tricks record form for the andro
tournament cruiser (or any other andro with 6/4 panels).
Last modified: April 21, 1999