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Ad Astra Games is a company that produces boardgames, miniature wargames and role-playing games. It was founded in 2004 by Ken Burnside. The chief operating officer is former West End Games founder D. Scott Palter, and the office manager is Sam Pray, husband of horror and gothic romance writer Terri Pray.

The Honorverse Wiki considers Ad Astra material a canonical source, although it is considered "soft canon" by BuNine and information may be retconned in the future.

Licenced work[]

Ad Astra's licenses include the universe of David Weber's Honorverse novels and the Traveller-based space combat game Power Projection: Fleets. They also publish the magazine Nexus Journal.

Ad Astra Games produces pewter miniatures in support of the Attack Vector, Honorverse and Traveller lines, as well as full color source books on the militaries of the Honor Harrington Universe, called Jayne's Intelligence Review (so far, on the Royal Manticoran Navy and Republic of Haven Navy), as well as other Honor Harrington merchandise. The name "Jayne's" is a pun on the naval books by Fred T. Jane.

Other products Ad Astra produces include calendars, t-shirts, patches and window clings for the Honorverse product line, and role-playing games set in their various licenses using a variant of the West End Games' D6 game engine, including War World, Tran and the Honorverse.

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