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Saturday, 12th May, 2018

  • 03:13 PM - Thomas Bowman quoted Chris Cunnington in post Fantasy Grounds Adds Mongoose Traveller (1E) Support
    I don't mean to be controversial, so if anybody has a reasonable explanation, I'd be happy to hear it. But it seems to me Traveller is one of the most re-released games in the history of RPGs. And yet I never see any re-release prompting a new release of modules. Traveller modules seem both scarce and old. Is there a problem with the license? Is there a trove of new modules available on a pdf store online? The game has been around far longer than there are modules to support it, it seems to me. If I'm wrong, please point me to where the modules are. I am still waiting for my GURPs Dungeons & Dragons!
  • 06:13 AM - dragoner quoted Chris Cunnington in post Fantasy Grounds Adds Mongoose Traveller (1E) Support
    SmiteWorks announces that Fantasy Grounds will support the first edition of the Traveller role-playing game, published by Mongoose Publishing. Wow, this is interesting. I have been running a Mongoose 1e game online for 4 years in a forum I have made for it: http://dragonersdomain.com/forum/ and I was a player in a virtual tabletop game for a couple of years before that. I don't mean to be controversial, so if anybody has a reasonable explanation, I'd be happy to hear it. But it seems to me Traveller is one of the most re-released games in the history of RPGs. And yet I never see any re-release prompting a new release of modules. Traveller modules seem both scarce and old. Is there a problem with the license? Is there a trove of new modules available on a pdf store online? The game has been around far longer than there are modules to support it, it seems to me. If I'm wrong, please point me to where the modules are. You are right, there are a ton of iterations of Traveller, Mongoose 1e is in ...

Friday, 11th May, 2018

  • 11:10 PM - TrippyHippy quoted Chris Cunnington in post Fantasy Grounds Adds Mongoose Traveller (1E) Support
    I don't mean to be controversial, so if anybody has a reasonable explanation, I'd be happy to hear it. But it seems to me Traveller is one of the most re-released games in the history of RPGs. And yet I never see any re-release prompting a new release of modules. Traveller modules seem both scarce and old. Is there a problem with the license? Is there a trove of new modules available on a pdf store online? The game has been around far longer than there are modules to support it, it seems to me. If I'm wrong, please point me to where the modules are.There is a ton of support and releases for both editions of Mongoose Traveller. The main focus of the new edition has been a huge sandbox campaign called Pirates of Drinax, which is entirely original to the new editions, while there are adventures published for several other sectors too. Go to the Mongoose Publishing website or check out the drivethrrpg site for the same company.

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