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The Electronic Fan-Supported Traveller® Resource

November/December 2016


November/December 2016 Department Article Title Author
From the Editor   Jeff Zeitlin
Featured Article
Critics’ Corner Mongoose Traveller 2nd Ed. High Guard Megan Robertson
2300AD: French Arm Adventures “kafka”
Grand Safari Megan Robertson
Off the Table: The Course of Empire Jeff Zeitlin
Active Measures Fugitive Nobility Robert Weaver
Search for the Stardrive Steve Hatherley
Getting Off the Ground: Concrete Michael Brown
The Star of People’s Justice Dave Nelson
Raconteurs’ Rest A Problem Like Myra [Part 3] John Clifford
Doing It My Way Secret Police Forces in Traveller Robert Weaver
Character Generation Rules: Prison Inmate Michael Brown
In A Store Near You The Gun Shop: Net Guns for Mongoose Traveller Robert DeVoe
The Prep Room Building an Adventure Jeff Zeitlin
Props Timothy Collinson
System Generation/Adaptation from ACCRETE Ken Pick
Up Close and Personal Gvoudzon Ken Bearden
Zachary Higgins-David Clay Bush
Kurishdam The Club Room: Sintoshareeta Michael Brown
At Home, We Do It Like This: Vargr Merd Timothy Collinson
Columns Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #25 After Four Decades... The Traveller Adventure at Last Timothy Collinson
The Freelance Traveller Cookbook Introduction Jeff Zeitlin
Vargr Merd on the Menu Timothy Collinson

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From the Editor

This issue, I’m starting a new section, like I’ve wanted to do for some time. The Freelance Traveller Cookbook will be a place to share recipes that you’ve connected with Traveller in some way—read the Introduction for the details. I hope this will become a regularly-submitted-for feature of the magazine.

Honestly, I’d like to see more—and longer—submissions all around. I see plenty of ideas tossed around on the forums and mailing lists; why not grab some and develop them? News stories can also provide ideas, as well. And if I have something to work with, I can (and will) help you improve your writing, if you need or want it. All you have to do is (1) write the article, and (2) send it in.