It’s not just The Lord Weird Slough Feg that plays Traveller Music. Julia Ecklar‘s Traveller music is quite different (from Slough Feg).
These type of posts are the ones I hate most to write. I still think it is important to do so. Gregory P. Lee has now joined the growing group of absent friends. 🙁
Greg Lee was an active member in the online Traveller community. He may be most known for his amazing Cirque adventure published by his Greylock Publishing Lines. For Traveller he has also published Lee’s Guide to Interstellar Adventure.
This is what he wrote in my copy of Cirque.
Greg was also working on a new Traveller product, that some of you may have heard of. He has written a Traveller novel called Cirque: The Usual Suspects. I was one of the lucky ones who got to read a copy. It is a great novel set in the universe that I love. The novel is describing events that happened before the adventure called Cirque. An interesting idea about Rhylanor that was first presented in the MgT Alien Module 4: Zhodani by Donald McKinney is used in the novel.
Just for fun I generated a map without hexes for the main area of space (Rhylanor subsector) of the novel.
Follow this link to read something that Greg wrote about the novel at the Traveller RPG facebook group.
I really hope that this novel will be published. It is too good to be lost.
RIP Gregory P. Lee 🙁
Very sad news about Donavan Lambertus that has suddenly left us and now joined the growing group of absent friends. 🙁
(More information at facebook.)
Donavan was the person behind the company DSL Ironworks that produced lots of cool products for Traveller. One of the most useful and inventive things from DSL Ironworks was the Quick Decks series that could help you make pretty deckplans.
DSL Ironwork has also been a generous sponsor of the Amber Zone contests. We miss you already Donavan. 🙁