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Old April 15th, 2003, 04:03 PM
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i like book 0 , just for the probability tables at the back . top stuff .
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i like book 0 , just for the probability tables at the back . top stuff .
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I realise that this is a bit rich coming from someone posting on a message board aboout an sf roleplaying game, but......

Hirch, me old mate, I think you should get out a bit more.
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I realise that this is a bit rich coming from someone posting on a message board aboout an sf roleplaying game, but......

Hirch, me old mate, I think you should get out a bit more.
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I realise that this is a bit rich coming from someone posting on a message board aboout an sf roleplaying game, but......

Hirch, me old mate, I think you should get out a bit more.
Rich ?
its colesterol packed , lard infested and hypocritical to the point of heart failiure .
do you like tables , exile .
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Originally posted by Exile on High Street:
I realise that this is a bit rich coming from someone posting on a message board aboout an sf roleplaying game, but......

Hirch, me old mate, I think you should get out a bit more.
Rich ?
its colesterol packed , lard infested and hypocritical to the point of heart failiure .
do you like tables , exile .
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I cannot really name one, but I do have a favourite in each category.
Books: Book 3, Why? This is where the important stuff are.
Adventures: Adventure 3, Why? Still the best adventure for traveller.
Double Adventures: Double Adventure 2, Why? I liked the ATV.
Supplements: Supplement 6, Why? More Adventures.
Special Supplements: Special Supplement 2, Why? The other Special Supplements were useless.
Striker: Rule Book 3, Why? I like to build stuff.
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I cannot really name one, but I do have a favourite in each category.
Books: Book 3, Why? This is where the important stuff are.
Adventures: Adventure 3, Why? Still the best adventure for traveller.
Double Adventures: Double Adventure 2, Why? I liked the ATV.
Supplements: Supplement 6, Why? More Adventures.
Special Supplements: Special Supplement 2, Why? The other Special Supplements were useless.
Striker: Rule Book 3, Why? I like to build stuff.
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FASA #A4 - The Legend of the Sky Raiders.

Intro to the best adventures in Traveller. Irregardless of era.

Then again this is a Kieth production...

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FASA #A4 - The Legend of the Sky Raiders.

Intro to the best adventures in Traveller. Irregardless of era.

Then again this is a Kieth production...

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