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*Freelance Traveller

The Electronic Fan-Supported Traveller® Resource

November/December 2019


November/December 2019 Department Article Title Author
From the Editor   Jeff Zeitlin
Featured Article
Critics’ Corner CD-ROM: Apocrypha II - Judges’ Guild et alia Jeff Zeitlin
Cascadia Adventures 1: Save Our Ship Megan Robertson
Foreven Worlds: Creatures of Distant Worlds Bryan Sycamore
TravellerMap’s Atlas of the Imperium: Second Survey Timothy Collinson
Other People’s Toys: Ashen Stars Limited Edition “kafka”
Doing It My Way Navigation in Traveller: Running vs Standing Jumps Dan Corrin
Raconteurs’ Rest After-Action Report: Signal 99 Joshua Levy
Smoke Test: Once in a Blue Moon [Chapter Four] Michael Capriola and C.A. Pella
Kurishdam The Club Room: Domina Kokeshi and Domidi Ilundoji Cian Witheren
Less Dangerous Game Yenner Benedikt Schwarz
The Prep Room The Great Traveller Make-Off Timothy Collinson
Finding Your Way Around the Starport: General Layout, Civilian Dock, and Cargo Dock Benedikt Schwarz
Columns Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #41: Ebb and Flow Timothy Collinson
Active Measures Snowfall Joe Webb
In A Store Near You The Gun Shop: GeDeCo Scout Carbine Benedikt Schwarz
Handle With Care: Ice Lily Martin Carter

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From the Editor

If someone had asked me, back in 2009 when I first floated the idea of Freelance Traveller as a PDF magazine instead of just a website, how long I expected it to last, I would have said… well, I can’t tell you now what I would have said then; I no longer have that mindset. What I can tell you is that I didn’t expect it to last ten years, especially not at 300-odd pages per year.

That, however, is exactly what Freelance Traveller has achieved with the release of this issue: Ten years of publication. Ten years of fan support. If anyone tries to tell you that Traveller is dead or dying, you can point to your support for this magazine and call bovine fecal production on them.

I have said that I will keep publishing Freelance Traveller until it becomes evident that the Traveller community no longer supports it, or it stops being fun to do. At the moment, neither appears to be something that may happen any time soon, so if you want to look forward to another ten years, go for it.

And you can always help to increase the likelihood of that next ten years coming to pass, by writing for us—there isn’t a single section that wouldn’t benefit from some fan love.