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Erin Palette

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Because using a pistol and using a rifle are TOTALLY DIFFERENT THINGS. but  medical treatment for a human and for a hiver are completely interchangeable. 

No?
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Erin Palette

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If this doesn't give you a bunch of ideas for adventures, turn in your GM card. 
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Dave Cuffe

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Anyone interested?
The next morning came quickly and you were back at Malmons' tower in no time after scoffing what rations you had. Malmon, Mordren and another local named Torvald were getting the river sloop ready. Torvald you found out was a friend of Malmon's, another Wylderman who strangely has a tamed Jungle ...
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Still going up to episode 12 now
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Evyn MacDude

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space manatee

You said it, so they MUST exist.....
I did an Astrography post already for 'A' already and stupidly deleted it (long story short). Anyway here's the new uprated Astrography post with the same long windedness you've known me for. You will get an entry for F tomor...
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Jeff Zeitlin

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The Kickstarter for TravellerCON/USA 2015 has been launched! It'll be the weekend of October 9/10/11 at the Lancaster Host Resort, the same site as last year.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1163341869/travellerconusa-2015-09-11-october-2015
Please pledge, and please come! We had a lot of fun last year!
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Jeff Zeitlin

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We're running quite the bit behind, this month, but at long last, we're posted! Freelance Traveller's first issue of 2015 is ready and waiting for you to download and read!

This month's featured adventure is Dave Nelson's "Building Security" (originally published under the title "It Beats Shoveling Shemdur in Aramanx, Barely").

January 2015 also introduces a new feature, "Traveller By the Byte", where we print the source code for a small (maybe medium-sized)Traveller-related program.

We also have the usual assortment of reviews, stories, adventures, and ship designs for your enjoyment!

Download it at the usual place: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/

Perma-link to this issue: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/2015-01/

Because we're so far behind schedule this month, we're combining the February and March issues - so in about a month, we'll be bringing you a double helping of our usual fare, hopefully for your pleasure!
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Forest Ray

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I have a new years tradition of playing a long game of Marc Miller's Traveller. We do this to honor the memory of our friend we lost to cancer. It was the last edition he played before passing on. Do you or your game group have any traditions that you can share? If so please post them.
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We, Play On as the best we can. Remembering our fellow fallen gaming comrades warmly. 
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Dave Cuffe

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Hi There everyone! First post by me! I am looking for players interested in a Mongoose Traveller game on the North side of Brisbane (Australia) Preferably Friday nights. There are three of us at this stage and looking for a couple more. If we cant work out the table top game then we may trial a VTT game. We plan to start with myself GMing then plan to share the load around after getting to know each other. We are a 20+ year old group. We have a face Book group that participants will be invited into once joined. Cheers Davo
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Evyn MacDude

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Since when did spaceships ever need to be aerodynamic? AFAIK the Star Wars spaceships that enter the atmosphere are aerodynamic (mostly). If you put a big enough thruster on a brick you can fly it through the air with reasonable success.
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The GM's day sale is only on until Wednesday. Grab the Creatures of Distant World Compendium and the d66 Compendium while they are 25% off. 
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Erin Palette

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Being able to use the classic line "according to the law of the Medes and Persians, which altereth not" wasn't the only reason I wrote this post, but -- not gonna lie -- it was a contributing factor. 
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Jeff Zeitlin

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The July 2015 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

This month's feature is Mark McCabe's "Variable Stars and Dwarfs: An Overview for Non-Astronomers", taking a quick look at the characteristics of dwarf stars and variable stars.

We also have our usual assortment of reviews, stories, house rules, adventures, and other articles for your reading pleasure!

Download it from the usual place:

Main site: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/

Perma-link to this issue: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/2015-07/
July 2015, Department, Article Title, Author. From the Editor, Jeff Zeitlin. Featured Article. The Lab Ship, Variable Stars and Dwarfs: An Overview for Non-Astronomers, Mark McCabe. Critics' Corner, Clement Sector, Megan Robertson. Mongoose Traveller Referee's Aid 7: Type R Subsidized Merchant ...
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Jeff Zeitlin

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The April/May 2015 issue of [i]Freelance Traveller[/i] has been posted for download!

This month's featured article is Robert DeVoe's look at modifying miniatures for Traveller. His discussion and pictures focus on Vargr, but the information he presents is applicable to anything. This article also represents the opening of a new section of [i]Freelance Traveller[/i], "The Prep Room", wherein we intend to post articles focusing on the things that you do before sitting down with the fruits of your efforts, a bagful of dice, and the phone number of the local favorite takeaway place.

We also have a wide selection of reviews, adventures, characters, stories, and so on, all for your enjoyment - hopefully, something for everyone, and in a double issue, too!

You can download it at the usual place - http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/

The perma-link to this issue is http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/2015-0405/
April/May 2015, Department, Article Title, Author. From the Editor, Jeff Zeitlin. Featured Article. Prep Room, Modifying Miniatures for Traveller, Robert DeVoe. Critics' Corner, Mongoose Traveller Adventure 1: Beltstrike, Megan Robertson. Mongoose Traveller Adventure 2: Prison Planet ...
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Klaus Teufel

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PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR THE SPECIFIC ISSUES YOU WANT AND LET ME WORK OUT POSTAGE Traveller, one of the earliest and most successful science fiction roleplaying games, was originally published in a se
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Jeff Zeitlin

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No April Freelance Traveller. I've been in excruciating pain for the past week because of a kidney stone, and I'm having it out today.
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Jeff Zeitlin

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Freelance Traveller's February/March 2015 issue is posted for download!

This month's featured article is Ewan Quibell's "Doing It My Way" on Star Legion Character Generation for Carlos Alos-Ferrer's "Beyond the Extents" campaign. It's an extensive article with plenty of background information along with the actual rules.

The rest of the issue is a double helping of the usual assortment of reviews, stories, house rules, character profiles, graphics, adventures, and so on. Hopefully, there's something for everyone.

Download this issue at the usual location:
http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/ Perma-link to this issue: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/2015-0203/
February/March 2015, Department, Article Title, Author. From the Editor, Jeff Zeitlin. Featured Article. Doing It My Way, Character Generation Rules: Star Legion Character Generation, Ewan Quibell. Doing It My Way, Character Generation Rules: John Law IV: Ministry of Justice Character Generation ...
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Dave Cuffe

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Hey There! Anyone living on the North side of Brisbane in Queensland Australia interested in joining a group playing Mongoose Traveller?
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Ross Winn

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Vacc Suit construction used to have a few different options for customization in different versions of Traveller. Are there any new and updated versions for Mongoose/T5?
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Supp 4 covers 11 types of Vacc Suit alone, with many options.
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Today, we released our first Traveller release in quite some time. 2 d66 lists to add some "life" to your dead worlds. 
http://jonbrazer.com/2013/05/23/traveller-2-new-d66-lists-to-bring-life-to-your-game/
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Rachael Strange

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Does anyone know of a program to generate Traveller planets and solar systems?
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Heaven and Earth, a sector generation program is old, and does not work well on modern 64bit operating systems.

You need an 32bit emulator like DOSBox to get it working because the program was developed in the Windows XP/NT era.

Of course, if you've got a 32bit Operating System, you're fine, but the vast majority of PCs are 64bit these days. 
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