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Old April 27th, 2013, 07:41 AM
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Default Planets borrowed from science fiction stories in your TU

I come here on and off to get a bit of vicarious Traveller enjoyment as I haven't played for many, many years. One thing I am curious about and thought might make a good topic of conversation is - what worlds have you transplanted into your Traveller games from other works of science fiction and what changes did you make so that they would fit? I wondered this after recently reading "Legacy" by Greg Bear and was really impressed by the planet Lamarckia which he had created for that book, and thought if I ever did run a Traveller campaign I would try to include it.

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