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New Traveller Fiction Posted

hunter

Ancient - Absent Friend
I have just posted two new pieces of Traveller fiction written by Martin Dougherty, be sure to check them out!

The Official T20 Website

Look for the Traveller Fiction section on the left side of the page.

Hunter
 
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by DrSkull:
Woooo, doggies! That's good stuff!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Read the first one ("Pandora's Box") and wholeheartedly agree. Saving the other one for later. Bring on the Traveller novels!
 
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by hunter:
I have just posted two new pieces of Traveller fiction written by Martin Dougherty, be sure to check them out!

The Official T20 Website

Look for the Traveller Fiction section on the left side of the page.

Hunter
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It's rare to find Game Fiction that's more than a transcript of someones game session. To find two pieces of well written fiction in one moment is rare, indeed. Excellent job.

Pandora's Box would be a good possiblility for the fiction piece you have roughed out for the T20 book. Perhaps, even better, would be to find the page count to lead with one (Diplomatic would be best), go into the book and then end the book with "Pandora". It would be a way to grab hearts and minds of the patrons looking at the games store shelf.

William
 
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by William:
It's rare to find Game Fiction that's more than a transcript of someones game session. To find two pieces of well written fiction in one moment is rare, indeed. Excellent job.

Pandora's Box would be a good possiblility for the fiction piece you have roughed out for the T20 book. Perhaps, even better, would be to find the page count to lead with one (Diplomatic would be best), go into the book and then end the book with "Pandora". It would be a way to grab hearts and minds of the patrons looking at the games store shelf.

William
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You might want to check out his fantasy/mideaval book Behind the Throne. It's cool too. (At 19.95 USD it's a tad pricey though.)

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I am increasingly of the opinion that RPGs are by the nature of their creation subjective phenomenon. due to the interaction between game designers, game masters, and game players all definitions, rules, settings, and adventures are mutable in acordance with the uncertainty principle as expounded by Heisenburg. This is of course merely my point of view.

David Shayne

[This message has been edited by DaveShayne (edited 29 August 2001).]
 
Since my novels have been brought up by somone I didn't pay to do so, I'll chime in.

You could also get The Eye of Glory (cheaper than Behind the Throne) in print, or my Napoleonic A Brevet for the Guillotine (Ebook). They're on Amazon or elsewhere.

Can't fault me for trying, now can you?
 
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