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babbage_uk September 21st, 2004 11:24 AM

A long time ago (I try not to think how long ago) I played what I understand now is Classic Traveller. I so enjoyed it I bought MegaTraveller when it came out and we played that for some years.

Education intervened and once we'd finished with that Traveller: New Era was out, so I bought that and we played that also. Not for long though, as adult life had snook up on us and we all had 'careers' to chase.

Fast forward a good few years and I am now in a position to play regularly (and do). We play a number of systems and have even tried Traveller d20, T20. I, however, have fond memories of MegaTraveller and rue the day I threw all the books away.

So, my question is this - where is the best place (in the UK) to get my hands on all that stuff?

As an addendum, I have noticed a lot of 'my favourite traveller is X', discussion of 'canon' and so on. Is this really necessary? I never had a problem with any of it - mainly because I Referee'd the Spinward Marches. [img]smile.gif[/img]

babbage_uk September 21st, 2004 11:24 AM

A long time ago (I try not to think how long ago) I played what I understand now is Classic Traveller. I so enjoyed it I bought MegaTraveller when it came out and we played that for some years.

Education intervened and once we'd finished with that Traveller: New Era was out, so I bought that and we played that also. Not for long though, as adult life had snook up on us and we all had 'careers' to chase.

Fast forward a good few years and I am now in a position to play regularly (and do). We play a number of systems and have even tried Traveller d20, T20. I, however, have fond memories of MegaTraveller and rue the day I threw all the books away.

So, my question is this - where is the best place (in the UK) to get my hands on all that stuff?

As an addendum, I have noticed a lot of 'my favourite traveller is X', discussion of 'canon' and so on. Is this really necessary? I never had a problem with any of it - mainly because I Referee'd the Spinward Marches. [img]smile.gif[/img]

babbage_uk September 21st, 2004 11:24 AM

A long time ago (I try not to think how long ago) I played what I understand now is Classic Traveller. I so enjoyed it I bought MegaTraveller when it came out and we played that for some years.

Education intervened and once we'd finished with that Traveller: New Era was out, so I bought that and we played that also. Not for long though, as adult life had snook up on us and we all had 'careers' to chase.

Fast forward a good few years and I am now in a position to play regularly (and do). We play a number of systems and have even tried Traveller d20, T20. I, however, have fond memories of MegaTraveller and rue the day I threw all the books away.

So, my question is this - where is the best place (in the UK) to get my hands on all that stuff?

As an addendum, I have noticed a lot of 'my favourite traveller is X', discussion of 'canon' and so on. Is this really necessary? I never had a problem with any of it - mainly because I Referee'd the Spinward Marches. [img]smile.gif[/img]

signless September 21st, 2004 11:51 AM

Not really a problem. I'm just a cranky old American who isn't getting enough fiber. :D

signless September 21st, 2004 11:51 AM

Not really a problem. I'm just a cranky old American who isn't getting enough fiber. :D

signless September 21st, 2004 11:51 AM

Not really a problem. I'm just a cranky old American who isn't getting enough fiber. :D

PVernon September 21st, 2004 03:12 PM

Hi Babbage wile I am not in the UK getting original MT books can be pricy but, if you are willing to go to electronic versions Mark Miller has contracted with DriveThruRPG to sell PDFs of all but CT. See their site at:

http://www.drivethroughrpg.com

PVernon September 21st, 2004 03:12 PM

Hi Babbage wile I am not in the UK getting original MT books can be pricy but, if you are willing to go to electronic versions Mark Miller has contracted with DriveThruRPG to sell PDFs of all but CT. See their site at:

http://www.drivethroughrpg.com

PVernon September 21st, 2004 03:12 PM

Hi Babbage wile I am not in the UK getting original MT books can be pricy but, if you are willing to go to electronic versions Mark Miller has contracted with DriveThruRPG to sell PDFs of all but CT. See their site at:

http://www.drivethroughrpg.com

babbage_uk September 21st, 2004 03:49 PM

Thanks for that. They have what I'm looking for - but aren't they missing a few? What happened to The World Builder's Handbook, for example?


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