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Origo Point Subsector

One of the more popular pages at the Zhodani Base is the Random Subsector Generator. With the help of the generator, some text editing and the post function at Traveller Maps I created this subsector.
Origo Point SubsectorI was inspired by Point Central from the Valérian Comic, Ambassador of the Shadows (and others). I thought it was an interesting idea with a place where different cultures could meet. Babylon-5 is a similar place. I was also inspired by the planet Rubanis from the Valérian comic Les Spectres d’Inverloch (and others). It was because of Rubanis that I decided to make Origo Point a planet.

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The updated Traveller5

Traveller5 has been updated. Almost two years after I got it. Now it is Traveller v5.09. It is almost a 100 pages longer. Lots of mistakes have been corrected. Examples and an index has been added. This makes it a lot better than before.

I know there has been lots of criticism about Traveller5. It looks like Far Future Enterprises has listen to a lot of that criticism. (Except that the book is too big and need to be divided into smaller sections.)

From what I understand, there will be a version 5.1. That is good since there are still a few problems in this (5.09) version. Hydrographics in world-building is one (that I think is very important) and problems with the index is another.

All backers of the Kickstarter project and everyone who has bought it will get a coupon so they can pick it up for free at DriveThruRPG.

Traveller 5
My Traveller 5

The Fat Cat has finally arrived

Today I got my Fat Cat. I have waited a long time for this Kickstarter sponsored book to arrive. I had to wait for some extra time, since my copy was lost in the mail.

Fat Cat

But now it is here and it looks great. The images of the ship may appear a bit more plastic, but I think the deck-plans looks really great in the dead tree version.

My initial review of the pdf is almost three years old. You can still get the pdf version of the Fat Cat at DriveThruRPG.


If you was a Kickstarter backer and haven’t recieved your copy yet, then you should contact David Blalock.

Six Guns Lasers – Finally

Look what I got in my mail today. Six Guns Lasers from Terra/Sol Games. A really good book by MJD that is useful for any Traveller Universe.

Six Guns Lasers

I have been waiting for this for a long time. Almost two years since this Kickstarter Project closed. Now it is finally here, and I am very happy.

In this book you find rules for Lasers, accessories for Laser Guns, six Laser Guns described, a short adventure and some other interesting stuff. It is 58 pages. The only problem I have seen so far is that the table of contents is offset by two pages. Not a big problem for an otherwise excellent book.

Update: You can now get it from DriveThruRPG.