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- A major difference in this game as compared with the previous Star Trek: The Next Generation Collector's Edition Monopoly and Star Trek Limited Edition Monopoly is the lack of a "Ship's Manifest/Alien Species Identification Guide" booklet and no "Certificate of Authenticity".
This is not a "major" difference: it does not change gameplay or the design of the board, it is simply a difference in accompanying documentation, and isn't particularly worthy of mention, certainly not with any emphasis. -- Michael Warren | Talk 13:30, 10 April 2009 (UTC)
Discription Confusion Edit
The description of the game had this note:
"The "properties" are now different alien races and notable locations seen in various Star Trek eras, from whom you are 'purchasing' permission to explore and allow ships to orbit their worlds."
Where'd "that" come from? I've played the game several times and the rules say nothing about purchasing permission. From just playing the game, the players seem to be buying ownership of the planets. 18.104.22.168 20:27, March 1, 2011 (UTC)