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Old July 23rd, 2003, 11:12 AM
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I love the rebellion/hard times milieu. I use Chaosium's BRP rules for this setting...
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I love the rebellion/hard times milieu. I use Chaosium's BRP rules for this setting...
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I have tried to engage a younger (read: early 30s) group in starting a MT campaign but there was not much interest. They seem to long for a conflict free game now so I ran Odyssey and also a Traveller variant based on a few 2300 products which went over better.
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I have tried to engage a younger (read: early 30s) group in starting a MT campaign but there was not much interest. They seem to long for a conflict free game now so I ran Odyssey and also a Traveller variant based on a few 2300 products which went over better.
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I have tried to engage a younger (read: early 30s) group in starting a MT campaign but there was not much interest. They seem to long for a conflict free game now so I ran Odyssey and also a Traveller variant based on a few 2300 products which went over better.
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I'm running an MT campaign (many of the players participated in my last one, several years back, that ran for about two years and got rave reviews) based in the Marches around Focaline (Aramis Subsector). Right now the team is off on Inthe recovering what will become their Fast Trader (a custom design). We also do GRIP as a suppliment to our realtime gaming.

Just for a sample, checkout the ship:
The Haaka Vilaaru

The deckplan GIF came from some cut-n-paste from GRIPMap (where I drew it using GTS-0006 tileset).

We're set in 1114 and are undecided on which future we'll use (rebellion, no rebellion, modified rebellion...). I liked the Rebellion, but we did it last time.... (treachery, betrayal, the Solomani Onslaught on Rimward Imperial Territory).
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I'm running an MT campaign (many of the players participated in my last one, several years back, that ran for about two years and got rave reviews) based in the Marches around Focaline (Aramis Subsector). Right now the team is off on Inthe recovering what will become their Fast Trader (a custom design). We also do GRIP as a suppliment to our realtime gaming.

Just for a sample, checkout the ship:
The Haaka Vilaaru

The deckplan GIF came from some cut-n-paste from GRIPMap (where I drew it using GTS-0006 tileset).

We're set in 1114 and are undecided on which future we'll use (rebellion, no rebellion, modified rebellion...). I liked the Rebellion, but we did it last time.... (treachery, betrayal, the Solomani Onslaught on Rimward Imperial Territory).
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I'm running an MT campaign (many of the players participated in my last one, several years back, that ran for about two years and got rave reviews) based in the Marches around Focaline (Aramis Subsector). Right now the team is off on Inthe recovering what will become their Fast Trader (a custom design). We also do GRIP as a suppliment to our realtime gaming.

Just for a sample, checkout the ship:
The Haaka Vilaaru

The deckplan GIF came from some cut-n-paste from GRIPMap (where I drew it using GTS-0006 tileset).

We're set in 1114 and are undecided on which future we'll use (rebellion, no rebellion, modified rebellion...). I liked the Rebellion, but we did it last time.... (treachery, betrayal, the Solomani Onslaught on Rimward Imperial Territory).
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I'm running using MT rules, but set in an alternate Milieu 0 setting with another large empire who has rebuilt from the ashes.
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