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Thursday, 30th August, 2012, 03:04 PM #1
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New for Traveller - Solomani Rim & Deneb Sector
Two new books are now available for Traveller from Mongoose Publishing's web site, both covering huge regions of space; Deneb Sector and Solomani Rim.
Part of the Great Rift, Deneb Sector is nevertheless a vitally important link in the Imperium, forming the major route between the Imperial Core and the Spinward Marches. Those from the core see the sector as barbaric while those in the Marches view it as decadent and past its age. Home to one of the brightest stars in the entire galaxy, Deneb is a sector of wonder and fortune…
The Solomani Rim sector is an old, highly civilised sector with more than 400 settled worlds including Terra, the original home of mankind. It bears the weight of thousands of years of history and is the front line of the centuries-long conflict between the Imperium and its bitter rival, the Solomani Confederation.
Both books contain detailed information on the worlds of each sector, along with the civilisations and forces present on them and the political powers that can bring all kinds of trouble to your players.
You can find Deneb Sector at;
Deneb Sector - The Third Imperium - Traveller - RPGs
And Solomani Rim at;
Solomani Rim - The Third Imperium - Traveller - RPGs
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