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I thought I would start using this to share my major ideas about Traveller, post about gaming experiences, and provide links to web pages I like. I have two daughters, Harriet (12) and Charlotte (10) who I game with, along with 2 friends: Duncan who is my age and Mark who is their age. Other players their age may be added as well. I am finding it hard to access my copy of the T5 core rules because I can't get it out of Harriet's hands at the moment who is [i]fascinated[/i] with it.
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  #14 New March 31st, 2015 11:12 PM
The players are about to start on the more sandbox-style part of the campaign, which will be much less directed by me, although with key encounters inserted on relevant worlds.

I wanted to start with something I created, however, as an Amber Zone style adventure on Aramanx. I also want to experiment with the mapping rules in the T5 core rules. But that meant having correct World Hexes (now standardised at 1005km across); the existing Aramanx map in The Traveller Adventure uses a world grid now used for Size 7 worlds.

I used GIMP to draw up the correct Size 6 World Map, and then imposed a snapshot of a page from The Traveller Adventure PDF, and lined up the overall maps, then traced the edges of the continents. I can then use this outline to detail other terrain and create individual world, regional and local hexes.

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