|From the Editor
|Doing It My Way
|The Third Imperium: Minor Alien Module 1: Luriani
|Sector Sourcebook 1: Cascadia
|Up Close and Personal
|Doing It My Way
|Character Generation Rules: A Life Less Ordinary: Alternative Character Generation for Mongoose Traveller
|Anagathics: Doping the Inevitable
|Philip Athan via Colin Michael
|In A Store Near You
|The Showroom: Helot Grav Police Wagon (TL10)
|The Showroom: MPV: Band Wagon
|The Promenade: The Hidden Present
|Less Dangerous Game
|Drop Out (Part 21)
|Games People Play: Gyro-Ball
|Getting Off The Ground: Game On
The articles listed and linked above are also linked in their appropriate sections of our website.
Editor’s Note: In the PDF, the Life Support article is credited to Dwayne Walstron, rather than the correct spelling as shown above. We apologise for the error, and thank Mr Walstrom for bringing it to our attention.
From the Editor
I’ve been asked why I keep putting out Freelance Traveller month after month, investing time and money for no visible return or benefit. Asking the question that way, though, denigrates the intangible returns and benefits: I get the pleasure of knowing that I’m making a contribution to the Traveller community that is appreciated. I get the pleasure of seeing downloads of the magazine every month as soon as I post the announcements—and occasionally before. I get the pleasure of knowing that at least one reader thought highly enough of my efforts that he wrote and told me he was sending in my name for a ‘best fanzine’ Hugo.
Yes, it’s all ‘egoboo’, but I don’t see anything wrong with that—it’s a way for me to know that I’ve made that contribution, and that it’s appreciated. And that it’s encouraged others to contribute.
Traveller has an active fan community. We have many contributors to forums, we have people who put out other fanzines and blogs, we have people who write, for Freelance Traveller, for other publications, or even for money (take a look at DTRPG!), and we have lively discussion in every venue that allows discussion. We have players who are introducing their children and grandchildren to Traveller.
Ultimately, it’s that fan community that makes it possible for Freelance Traveller to exist. I could not do this without the readers, nor without the contributors. I’m just a facilitator and curator. To the rest of you, the Traveller community, I thank you for your support.