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The Electronic Fan-Supported Traveller® Resource

July/August 2024



July/August 2024 Department Article Title Author
From the Editor   Jeff Zeitlin
Featured Article
Critics’ Corner Introductory Adventure: The Imperial Fringe Paul Anuni
LOCALE: Startowns Jeff Zeitlin
Mirabilis “Pookie”
Off the Table: Far Trader #1 Tim Tow
Active Measures Snake Oil Salesman Thomas Barclay
Other Roads Travelling in the Hub Federation Jeff Zeitlin
Raconteurs’ Rest After-Action Report: Mission to Mithril (Holy Rood Games Night II) Timothy Collinson
Playing Games Jeffrey Schwartz
The Astoundingly True Take of José Fabuloso [Chapter 10] Jo Jaquinta
Lecture Hall and Library: Jump Destination: Polhishe Jo Jaquinta
Games People Play: Kerx Jeff Zeitlin
In A Store Near You The Hiring Hall: Bratom Solutions Timothy Collinson
Multimedia Gallery The Pirates of Drinax Graphic Stories: #11A: Failure to Launch Joe Adams
Up Close and Personal Bouv Kaldehar Timothy Collinson
Columns Confessions of a Newbie Referee: #71: Shame Timothy Collinson
The Prep Room Ostracism in RPGs Jim Vassilakos
Doing It My Way Fixing Standard Cargo Containers Jason Barnabas

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The articles listed and linked above are also linked in their appropriate sections of our website.

From the Editor

To paraphrase George Peppard (from the US TV series The A-Team), “I love it when an issue comes together!” While there are a few reprinted articles, the available submitted articles were good in both number and length so that I had to do very little “jigsaw puzzling” to get the issue to fit neatly in the allotted space. This was an especially good thing as I was otherwise “losing” time to stress and weather-induced ennui. The result is the issue you see before you.

Next issue will be a Theme Issue: “Ancients, Droyne, and Chirpers”. There’s still time to get articles on this theme into the submissions bin; any section of the magazine is fair game. Please join the fun!

Finally, thank you to everyone who contributes to Freelance Traveller, and also to everyone who reads it. It is you, collectively, that defines my success.