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The Electronic Fan-Supported Traveller® Resource

May/June 2019

 

 
May/June 2019 Department Article Title Author
From the Editor   Jeff Zeitlin
Featured Articles
Critics’ Corner Great Rift Adventure 3: Flatlined Jeff Zeitlin
Reah Adventure 1: Marooned on Marduk ‘the Guvnor’
Mongoose Traveller 2nd Edition Referee's Screen Megan Robertson
Cepheus Light: Three Formats Steve Attwood
Doing It My Way Converting Worlds from Milieu 1100 to Milieu 0 Bill Prankard
Task Systems: An Alternative Task System for Traveller Matt Stevens
Kurishdam Lecture Hall and Library: The DiGroat Packet Line Bill Cameron
Lecture Hall and Library: An Ancient Mystery: Darrian Ruins in the Sacnoth Dominate David Johnson
Raconteurs’ Rest After-Action Report: Traveller at DunDraCon 2019 Joshua Levy
Smoke Test: Once in a Blue Moon Michael Capriola and C. A. Pella
The Prep Room Jottings #9: Penalties for Transgression Jeff Zeitlin
In A Store Near You Wetzler Medical’s Pocket Defibrillator (Model H180/10C) Craig Glesner
The Gun Shop: Advanced Lasers: TL13 Laser Weapons for MegaTraveller and Striker Ken Pick
The Showroom: Eliason-class Snowmobile Ewan Quibell
PersonaCore Expert System Scott Diamond
Columns Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #38: A Job Ad of Sorts Timothy Collinson
Less Dangerous Game Skrafolg Benedikt Schwarz
Active Measures Rite of Passage Roger Barr
The Freelance Traveller Cookbook Gaming with Diabetes II: Keeping Control at Cons Joshua Levy
Up Close and Personal Pembroke Colton Krankheilt Rob Miracle

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From the Editor

Lots of little articles is as good as a few long ones. They fill up the magazine, with lots of different things to cover a lot of different Traveller interests. Lots of little articles isn’t as good as a few long ones. They deplete the article reserve, making it harder to find enough material for the next issue without begging even harder than usual. Or cutting the length of an issue. I don’t like either of those alternatives. Over the next weeks, I’m going to be posting ideas and requests on the TML and in the forums; I’d really like it if I got a good response to them. Please?

(N.B. The TravellerCON/USA Kickstarter hasn’t kicked off yet. I’ll post on the TML, forums, and Social Media when it goes live!)