Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Role-Playing Toys

(Clicking on the thumbnails will take you to a larger version that will open in another window.)

Starfleet Phaser

  This is the style of Starfleet Phaser that was used by the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise-A in the motion picture, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. This is a pretty cool one actually because there are actually two pieces that can be separated and the smaller piece is the one in the back.

Klingon Knife

  The is the Klingon D'K Tahg Knife that has been used in many of the motion pictures as well as in the three latest television series. They are used by the Klingons for hand-to-hand battles. This one is interesting because the two blades that stick out retract and shoot out again.

Laser Pistol

  This type of phaser, called a Laser Pistol, was featured in only one episode of Star Trek, "The Cage," which was the original pilot created for NBC in 1964 and starred Jeffrey Hunter. This weapon is pretty interesting and it looks more high tech than the ones that were eventually used for the series.
Klingon Disruptor This is the Klingon Disruptor that has been used in many of the motion pictures and several of the television series. It is held like a gun and has two settings that can be used. It is actually a cool toy because of the way that it is shot and the way that the shape conforms to the hand.
Tricorder This is the Tricorder that was used for some time on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. It is a electronic device that analyzes information and is just like a little handheld computer that has interactive functions.  
Bajoran Phaser This is the Bajoran Phaser that was used in various episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Like all other phasers, it emits a beam of heat and energy. It is a standard issue hand weapon for the Bajoran Militia.
ST-TMP Communicator This is the Starfleet Wrist Communicator that was used only one time, in the first Star Trek film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It was an attempt to move away from the handheld communicator that was prevalent during the original television series, but looked corny.
Classic Tricorder This is the Classic Tricorder that was used throughout the original Star Trek television series. It featured a small television screens that allows officers to scan various things. Variations of it were used throughout the Star Trek motion pictures.
Type 1 Phaser This is the Type 1 phaser that was used through the later half of the run of Star Trek: The Next Generation. This toy has two setting and lights up and makes a phaser sound when you push the button. The toy is pretty tacky because on the show it is like two inches, but the toy is like six, which makes it look stupid.
Engineering Playset This is the engineering playset from the motion picture, Star Trek: Generations. I remember getting this on my twelfth birthday in 1994 and always thought it was cool. It has a light-up warp core and connects to the bridge playset. You can actually simulate a warp core breach with the sound effects.
Transporter Playset This is the transporter playset that was produced in 1994. It is a recreation of the transporter using lights and mirrors that creates the illusion that your action figures are beaming away and beaming back. Despite the fact that it may seem lame, it is actually a fun to play with prop.