Monthly Archives: November 2012

Base Work

Just going over the Empty Quarter on www.travellermap.com, and it looks like there’s been some changes in the basing here. More M (Military) and F (local government) codes for the Julian Protectorate. So, I’ll be adding them to the latest … Continue reading

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From Shamokin to Didshep

If you’re playing in the 993 Empty Quarter, you need to know that Shamokin – a.k.a. the system in hex 1002, Ley sector, as described in Gateway to Destiny (also set in 993) – had her name changed to Didshep … Continue reading

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The Multitool

In the better sectors of the Imperium, the soldiers grumble about their substandard onboard AI on their TL 14 Battle Dress. In the meantime, in the Six Subsectors, soldiers rejoice over the surprising well-engineered shovels they have been outfitted with.. … Continue reading

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Undeep

As I mentioned before, massive underground worms are impossible. But they would still be a lot of fun to fight! httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Zw0TInSJOY I like how that monster took a good thousand rounds of so from a gatling. For extra fun, have … Continue reading

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A Few Flicks…

First I, Pencil. It’s a pleasure for this charming essay to finally make the big screen! TheĀ  applicability of this video to the Traveller Trader should be obvious. Especially when some vital component can only be found in some obscure … Continue reading

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Issue #19 has arrived!

This should be the last major background issue for a while. Here, I covered the major races and religions of the Empty Quarter, and included two maps showing their distribution across the sector. Some nice visual links and an essay … Continue reading

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