Feeling the need for some Traveller (flavor negotiable). Anyone else in the Detroit area feel the same?
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By flavor do you mean rules set, campaign framework, setting location or specific milieu? There are major differences between a Classic mercenary game set in the Solomani Rim during the First Interstellar War and a GURPS free trader game set in the Julian Protectorate during the Rebellion.
"By flavor do [I] mean...?" All of the above, though my preference is for Rebellion-era free trader and not T20.
Okay, I have a potential player (not on this board). One more and it'll be viable; three more and I'll be well-pleased.
I'm still interested, although transportation is an issue for me.
Okay, I'm encouraging the two other people who have expressed interest in a game of Traveller to register on NearbyGamers and let their voices be heard. We'll see whether they show up.
Do you have a particular domain or sector in mind, for this Rebellion Era free trader game? What sort of tone do you prefer... will this be a grim Hard Times game or a slightly more upbeat one? I only ask one thing, setting-wise, and that is to please ignore the entire Virus metaplot. It was lame beyond belief.
Hello Traveller people.
I am posting here at the request of Metalfatigue re the possibility of joining a Traveller campaign. I've DMed more than I've played, as my former gaming group had a shortage of people who were qualified to DM a sci-fi RPG. (The last such qualified person moved out of the area ages ago.) I am interested in joining as a player for a change.
I have the following Traveller material, which should be considered Spoilered (ie, I know the contents): Classic T: Divine Intervention/Night of Conquest; Research Station Gamma; Twilights Peak; Leviathan; Books 1 thru 5, 7, and 9; and Voulme 1 Best of the Journal of TAS. Megatraveller: Players Guide;Referees Guide; Imp Encyclopedia; Knightfall; Hard Times. I've DMed DI and RSG.
I'm currently living in Taylor.
So, I've probably seen Metal Fatigue once or twice at my workplace, and saw a request for traveller players left by him there. I've never played traveller. I know some versions of it -as in, I've browsed the books-, namely the Mongoose and Gurps versions.
I am neutral to flavor, but considering I tend to buy and own the books of the game I play (and I am trying to impress people and show off with an increasing RPG book collections :p), I find it more convenient to get an edition that's either still in print, or with books that I can easily find on ebay.
As long as we stay within walking range of WSU, transportation isn't an issue.
@drew4096 Hey Drew. Thanks for registering.
@raconteurx If I had my pick I'd take Lishun Sector and start in 1117, just as the Lishun Fleet is being pulled back by Lucan. I also have the Hinterworlds supplement that was published in Challenge, which I've never used; that might be interesting in 1117 or 1118. I've got other ideas too, and I'm open to suggestions. And you can be sure that I'll ignore the f***ing Virus.
@Railgun Thanks for registering. A quick eBay search on "megatraveller" shows many copies of the core books (Players' Manual, Referee's Manual, Imperial Encyclopedia).
Seems as though we have several people who want to play, but most have transportation issues. I'm not on campus, raconteurx is up in Macomb County...it's a mess.
Okay, this may happen in Oak Park. Not sure how many players there'll be room forâ€”members of my just-terminated Mage: the Ascension campaign (11.5 years from tentative beginning to prophesied conclusion!) have first call. I'll update this thread as events warrant.
I'm in a play-by-post Traveller game at the moment, so feel free to give drew4096 and Railgun first crack at any open spots.