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Real-world.png Heritage Models (1977-1983) was a short-lived fantasy and science fiction game company based in Texas.

In 1978, Heritage Models published the first licensed Star Trek role-playing game, Adventure Gaming in the Final Frontier, which included a rule book and an associated line of figurines. These notably incorporated TOS and TAS elements.

Many of their products were geared to fantasy and Dungeons & Dragons. However, they did produce some science fiction products, such as a role-playing game based on John Carter of Mars, figurines for Galacta 25, and the board games Star Commandos and Strange New Worlds. They also released a Champions superhero figurine line.

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