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The Pirates of Drinax – a new Free Epic Campaign for Traveller ! 0

Mongoose Publishing started a new free epic campaign today, The Pirates of Drinax. In this campaign the characters receive a ship and a Letter of Marque from a currently basically

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Traveller Supplement 12: Dynasty is available ! 0

A new Traveller sourcebook was released this week by Mongoose Publishing, Supplement 12: Dynasty. With this new book players are able to create complete worlds, solar systems and even empires.

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Six Guns: Rescue Organizations (Traveller) available ! 0

Terra/Sol Games LLC released a new sourcebook to the Traveller RPG, Six Guns: Rescue Organizations If you ever wondered, what happens if somebody gets in trouble in space, this could

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Traveller RPG Week Day Five: Welcome to Hell Station 0

Strontium-9000. It is as unique as it is valuable; constantly unstable, it exist in an eternal state of flux. It appears completely impervious to changes in temperature, gravity, pressure or any other outside influence. And it is only available from one place in the whole universe. Hell Station. A typical Hell Station mining platform at work This rugged gas mining station hovers on the outer rim of Malebolge , a …

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Traveller RPG Week Day Four: Worlds 0

Worlds. Big round (usually) things bobbing on a sea of black. Each one unique, and every one the potential destination for a bunch of trigger-happy Traveller adventurers. Classic Traveller includes complete rules for creating everything from an asteroid belt to a high-population uber-tech Capital World, but y’know what? Let’s start bigger than that. Much bigger. The…

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Traveller RPG Week Day Four: Worlds 0

Worlds. Big round (usually) things bobbing on a sea of black. Each one unique, and every one the potential destination for a bunch of trigger-happy Traveller adventurers. Classic Traveller includes complete rules for creating everything from an asteroid belt to a high-population uber-tech Capital World, but y’know what? Let’s start bigger than that. Much bigger. The Universe is divided…

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Traveller RPG Week Day Three: Starships 0

One of the most awesome things about Classic Traveller (and derivatives) is that the in-game values and role-playing data is present in the game itself . Your character’s stats – his Universal Personality Profile or UPP – can be looked up by your character in the game on any convenient info-terminal. If your crew is looking for a new Engineer (the last one having been accidentally…

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Traveller RPG Week Day Three: Starships 0

One of the most awesome things about Classic Traveller (and derivatives) is that the in-game values and role-playing data is present in the game itself . Your character’s stats – his Universal Personality Profile or UPP – can be looked up by your character in the game on any convenient info-terminal. If your crew is looking for a new Engineer (the last one having been accidentally flushed …

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Traveller RPG Week Day Two: Character Generation 0

It’s hard to believe that Classic Traveller is over thirty years old. As a rules system it was so far ahead of its time that it is still ahead of its time, now. Fitting for a science-fiction role-playing game, I guess. The ahead-of-its-timedness begins with Character Generation, which is the topic of today’s post. But you …

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Traveller RPG Week Day Two: Character Generation 0

It’s hard to believe that Classic Traveller is over thirty years old. As a rules system it was so far ahead of its time that it is still ahead of its time, now. Fitting for a science-fiction role-playing game, I guess. The ahead-of-its-timedness begins with Character Generation, which is the topic of today’s post. But you already knew that, right? We are…

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Traveller RPG Week Day One: What is Traveller? 0

Traveller and I go way back. It was the first role-playing game I ever played (back in the early ’80s), and that first time spawned my love of the hobby that has lasted a lifetime. I have vague memories of that first scenario. We had docked at a spaceport and managed to annoy the station overseer during entry (something about “not waiting in …

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