Add visual interest to your gaming with Starline 2400
precision-scale pewter miniatures!
Ships are beautifully sculpted in a consistent 1/3788-
scale; the Federation Heavy Cruiser from the Original Series
is three inches long. Other ships range from under an
inch to nearly four inches.
The pewter starships require minor assembly, no more
than a few patient moments with some epoxy glue or super
glue. You can leave them unpainted; or you can paint
them in official colors. Click here for the official painting
guides in free PDF downloads. You can even make up your
own color scheme to make your ships unique!
You can even obtain customized decals to put ship
names, hull numbers, national emblems, and other details
on your ship. Click here to view a list of websites that make and design decals for your miniatures. (NOTE: ADB Inc. does not endorse any of them, guarantee their work, or offer any compensation if they don't do good work or if their products damage your miniatures.).
For the convenience of gamers, we provide the ships
in packages directly related to the individual game products.
For example, buying Squadron Boxes #7, #8, and #9
would give you one each of every ship in Romulan Border.
Each Squadron Box includes five or more starships.
We also provide Border Boxes of 24 starships which
match each set of three Booster Packs. For example, the
24 ship cards in Booster Packs #4, #5, and #6 exactly match
the 24 miniature ships in Border Box #2.
Players who are not satisfied with somebody else’s idea
of what ships they need and who want to build their own
unique fleet can purchase the individual starships. We have
many available, some of which have not yet been added to
the Federation Commander game system. We add new
ships to the product line every few weeks.
We have an on-line painting contest every month where
expert painters compete for gift certificates (and sometimes
get beat by amateurs who had a passion for the painting of
a particular ship). You can find a gallery of the contest winners
here. They will no doubt inspire you to new heights of
imagination. Painting isn’t that hard, and you can learn from
the experts on our Forum. You can start out giving your
ships a one-color covering and then, whenever you wish,
go back and paint more details on them.