This volume is the basic rules set for the Traveller science-fiction game system.
It contains the essential rules and background for a player to understand and participate in Traveller games as well as basic materials that enable a Traveller referee to administer a variety of adventures. The materials in this volume have a long history in print and in game play.
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A Civilization Ready To Re-Awaken...
But it cannot do so by itself. three generations ago, a star-spanning society annihilated itself in a furious war. The final weapon in this war was a new form of life-a malevolent electronic race that hates life itself. But among the ruins, life is stirring-a civilization is waiting to be rebuilt.
Inside Traveller: The New Era you'll find everything... [click here for more]
The Traveller Book consolidated the core rules (Books 1-2-3) into a single 8.5 x 11 book and added additional material on how-to-play the game. It also added the short adventures Shadows (from Double Adventure 1) and Exit Visa. 160 pages.
Classic Traveller (indeed, all of the Traveller editions including later editions) was inducted into the Adventure Gaming Hall... [click here for more]
Roleplaying in the Devastation of WWIIIVersion 2.2
Newly updated to be fully compatible with Traveller: The New Era
The War has raged for years The high-tech ammo is almost gone. High-tech equipment is failing, piece by piece, with no spares to fix it. The front lines are held by a few grim, desperate soldiers.
The US 5th Division holds the line in Poland. Now,... [click here for more]
Shapes that rip and tear. Shadows that live in corners. Windows in space and time that lead to realms of madness and decay. A dark lurking horror that feeds off the echoing anguish of a billion tortured souls. This is the center of a twisted, sinister conspiracy which threatens the very existence of all humankind. Set in the near future, the world of Dark Conspiracy is dramatically altered... [click here for more]
Award-winning reviewer Shannon Appelcline (Designers & Dragon) investigates the science-fiction literature that shaped the structure and content of the Traveller science-fiction role-playing game. He reviews and discusses the broad expanse of SF that influenced Marc Miller as he designed the massive background universe of Traveller, and then gives equal consideration to the... [click here for more]