I'm bored, so, for the ceremonial breaking in of my copy, it's time for the gestalt intelligence of /tg/ to generate a Traveller 2e Character!Rolling for gender.1 for male, 2 for female.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>48593389
>>48593394Right. Now, roll 2d6 in order for STR, DEX, END, INT, EDU, and SOC.
Rolled 5, 2 = 7 (2d6)>>48593477
>>48593660We have an STR of 7. Now, on to DEX.
Rolled 6, 3 = 9 (2d6)Alright, here's hoping for no death during character creation.
>>48593897Alright, on to END.One can only hope.
Rolled 1, 6 = 7 (2d6)>>48593980
Rolled 3, 6 = 9 (2d6)SMART LIKE SMART BULL.
STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9
>>48594112We're rolling pretty well. Let's hope we don't fuck up with EDU and SOC.Speaking of...On to EDU.
Rolled 2, 3 = 5 (2d6)Let's get us some o' them ol book lernins I reckon.
>>48594241Well then. On to SOC.
>>48594241STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5Not a bad start, but a little underschooled.
Rolled 1, 3 = 4 (2d6)>>48593389Well, it's either Neckbeard or not, and I hope it's neckbeard.
>>48594405This character can't be a neckbeard, he's physically fit.On to background skills.The following 2 posters may choose one skill each from this list:Admin, Animals, Art, Athletics, Carouse, Drive, Electronics, Flyer, Language, Mechanic, Medic, Profession, Science, Seafarer, Streetwise, Survival, Vacc Suit.
>>48594515Animals, lets be 'druid' who can't into human interaction
STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5SOC 4Vacc Suit, because space.
>>48594572>>48594567Animals and Vacc Suit. An interesting combination. Next up: Let's give this monstrosity a name.
>>48594600Earl Birmingham MacDougless the Third
>>48594613Denglebert it is. Now, does Denglebert take any pre-career education?
>>48594632Of course he has
>>48594674What kind? Univerity, or Military Academy?
>>48594697Denglebert probably partied a lot, and went to University. And then Partied a lot.
>>48594600Maybe he's from a family of Space Flea herders living on an Asteroid?
>>48594723>>48594728All right. Roll 2d6, and add Denglebert's EDU modifier of -1.
Rolled 5, 5 + 1 = 11 (2d6 + 1)>>48594780Here goes nothing.
Rolled 4, 4 + 1 = 9 (2d6 + 1)>>48594780Okay, lets see how our spaciculture studies go.
>>48594802I can just imagine the look on everyone's faces when he gets 90% on the entrance test
>>48594802Astoundingly, Denglebert manages to complete the entrance exams with a respectable 90%. Pick one skill at level zero, and one skill at level 1.
>>48594834Forgot to post skill list.Admin, Astrogation, Animals, Art, Advocate, Electronics, Engineer, Language, Medic, Navigation, Profession, Science.
>>48594834Carouse and Flyer?
>>48594834Do we have a list to choose from?
>>48594834Major in Biology, minor in Electronics
>>48594865Electronics (0) and Medic (1)
>>48594892Denglebert majors in Science (Biology), and minors in electronics. He also gains +1 EDU. Roll 2d6 for life events.
>>48594892Shit, didn't see Medic, I vote major in that instead
>>48594931Medic it is then.
Rolled 3, 6 = 9 (2d6)>>48594931Gotchya>Character Pictured
Rolled 5, 5 = 10 (2d6)>>48594931Here's for psionics
>>48594963Sadly, Denglebert's dreams of space wizardry are crushed by Mr. Alcublierre, an arrogant, boorish professor with some frankly suspect conclusions. Roll 2d6 + Medic 1 or Electronics 0 to attempt to disprove his theories.
>>48595009Let's stick it to the man, man!
Rolled 6, 3 + 1 = 10 (2d6 + 1)>>48595026
Rolled 3, 6 + 1 = 10 (2d6 + 1)>>48595009I guess use Medic 1, since we're more likely to disprove him.Mr. Alcublierre proposed methods for the treatment of acute spatio-paralysis in shipboard cattle are obviously foolish and I can prove it.
>>48595070>>48595048The man has thoroughly had it stuck to
>>48595048>>48595070It completely devourers his free time, but eventually Denglebert presents his findings, completely overturning Mr. Alcublierre's bullshit "study." He becomes a much more experienced medic because of it, but Alcubilerre will not forget this insult.Roll 2d6 to graduate.
Rolled 6, 6 = 12 (2d6)>>48595115I sure hope Denglebert isn't on the review board for my thesis.
Rolled 4, 1 = 5 (2d6)>>48595115Here goes nothing
>>48595145Though Denglebert had nightmares about failure>>48595143It motivated him to work harder, getting him on the honours roll
>>48595143>DenglebertI meant Alcublierre, my B
Are we all done?
>>48595435Are we not doing careers? At the moment all we have is a good medic who can fiddle with electrics and lasso cows in hostile atmospheres
>>48595503I don't have the rules, I'm just rolling, so I was waiting for the next roll or choose prompt.
>>48595143Not only does Denglebert graduate, he does so with flying colors. The Sphere is his oyster, and it's time to pick a career.
>>48595594Choose from:Agent, Army, Citizen, Drifter, Entertainer, Marine, Merchant, Navy, Noble, Rogue, Scholar, Scout
>>48595756I'd say Marines support, using his commission roll from graduating. He wants to be a medical officer
>>48595756I would say either Citizen or Scholar, what do you think?
>>48595782That works too, seconded.>Keep safe out there Private
>>48595796>>48595816He wants to be a hero in the skyhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fNdMC6_eUGk
>>48595782Have to leave for 20 mins, keep Denglebert's legend alive
>>48595838Love this song>>48595844I'll do my best, friend
>>48595844Aye aye sir!Seeing as this is the closest to a spacer general we have, whats our favourite spacer shanty?Here's a favourite of minehttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ud6LiVJkwyA
What does Denglebert look like?
>>48593389speaking of 2e, does anyone have High Guard or even the playtest docs? It should have been out for a while now.
>>48595938I think they're still all under wraps.
>>48595938There was an anon a day or so ago who claimed to have the CSC for 2e, but that it was watermarked with his friends nameGuess the watermarking is deterring folk from sharing
STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5+1=6SOC 4University 1 TermAnimal-0, Electronics-0, Vacc Suit-0, Science(Biology)-1
Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but it didn't seem worthy of it's own thread.Anyhow I've been browsing Traveller stuff on Ebay and got wondering how classic Traveller stacks up compared to it's more modern versions? Any particular pros and cons you all can think of off hand?
>>48596013Denglebert graduated with honours, so +2 to edu and medic 2, electronics 1
>>48596045I've been reading through Classic and Mongoose, and the thing about Classic is that it's much less centralised, in the sense that the rules are spread between books
>>48595756>>48595844Alright, next response to this post choose's Denglebert's career.
Denglebert JonesHomeworld: Age 22STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5+2=7SOC 4University 1 Term (Honors)Animal-0, Vacc Suit-0, Electronics-1, Science(Biology)-2
>>48596318Navy science officer, reporting in.
>>48596318We already chose marine support>>48596349It's medicine 2 not biology 2
Whoops. Forgot we switched him to Medico.Denglebert JonesHomeworld: Age 22STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5+2=7SOC 4University 1 Term (Honors)Animal-0, Vacc Suit-0, Electronics-1, Medical-2
>>48596394Marine Support it is. Make a SOC roll.
>>48596409You also get a +2 bonus for graduating with honors.
Rolled 6, 4 + 1 = 11 (2d6 + 1)>>48596409Is SOC 4 -1 or -2Plus how much do we get for the honours?
>>48596434So it's 10-SOCmod+2 which makes 10?
>>48596434SOC is -1.Dinglebert's research piques the attention of a colonel, and he is accepted into the Marine Corps.
>>48596465Holy shit Dinglebert has some serious upward mobility.
>>48596465You recive Athletics, Vacc Suit, Tactics, Heavy Weapons, Gun Combat, and Stealth at 0.>>48596488Pretty good for a lowly hydroponic farmer.Make a END survival roll.
>>48596527Do we not make our skill roll first?And do we not get another for making the commission?
>>48596550On the first term, you get all the skills in Service Skills at level 0, and don't make any skill rolls.You may, however, make an EDU+2 advancement roll because I forgot about the comission and I'm sorry.
>>48596584Is that a change from MGT1e?
Rolled 4, 2 + 2 = 8 (2d6 + 2)>>48596584Rolling Commission
>>48596642Alright. Dinglebert starts his term as a Lieutenant, and gains Leadership at 1. Make an END roll.
Rolled 2, 3 = 5 (2d6)>>48596667
>>48596707During a boarding action on an enemy vessel, Dinglebert narrowly avoids eating a dozen flechette rounds, but manages to get back to their ship intact. Make an Events roll.
Rolled 6, 2 = 8 (2d6)>>48596751That was a close one senpai
>>48596771That's it, I'm requesting Dinglebert fanart next drawthread.Dinglebert is dispatched to an assault and occupation of an enemy planet. Pick Recon 1, Gun Combat 1, Leadership 1 or Electronics (Comms) 1. Also, make an EDU advancement roll.
>>48596809Gun Combat (1)What a badass this guy is, 10/10 would follow to war
>>48596809Already has Leadership 1 from >>48596667
Rolled 1, 1 = 2 (2d6)>>48596809
>>48596891Well, shit.Will Lieutenant Denglebert stay in this career, or try something else?
>>48596891...never played Traveller, but I don't suppose it's a roll-under system?
>>48596896 Lieutenant Denglebert will not be turned away so easy- stay
>>48596899Three editions are (TNE, T4, and T5), but not the one we are using in this thread at the moment.
>>48596934Seconded, one failed edu boost won't deter the courageous Lieutenant
>>48596934During a particularly deadly shootout with a rebel craft, a railgun shot pierced the hull, ripping the ship to shreds. Of the escape pods jettisoned, Denglebert's was the only survivor. His pride was shattered. His crew, dead. But Denglebert would not give up that easily. Make an END roll.
So far this guy has gone from backwards, space flea herder hick to Lt. Badass, combat medic. I like this muchly
>>48596976Goddamn guys, I think we just gave Denglebert PTSD
Marine Lieutenant Denglebert JonesHomeworld: Age 26STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9EDU 5+2=7SOC 4University 1 Term (Honors), Marines (Support) 1 TermMedical-2, Electronics-1, Leadership-1, Gun Combat-1, Animal-0, Athletics-0, Vacc Suit-0, Tactics-0, Heavy Weapons-0, Stealth-0
>>48596978He's still known for playing the banjo on his off-hours though
>>48596976Someone else roll, I had the double 1 last time
>>48597012He plays it to his patients to "help" them recover
>>48597034Also so he can forget the screams of his comrades
Rolled 6, 3 = 9 (2d6)>>48596976Well here we go>>48597034It's cut recovery time down by half! No one can get out of sickbay fast enough!
Rolled 5, 2 = 7 (2d6)>>48597033
>>48597012Pictured: Lieutenant Denglebert Jones, age 15
>>48597062Replace the background with stars and put him in a pint-sized vacc-suit and you've nailed it
>>48597012In space, no one can hear your Foggy Mountain Breakdown.
>>48597062Why is he an Ayylmao?
>>48597060Denglebert had lost everything. But it had only hardened his resolve to make sure no one died like his men had, ever again. Choose from Personal Development, Service Skills, and Support.
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>48597090I vote support
>>48597090Personal Development vote from me
>>48597115Huh, gun combat. Guess he started channeling his emotions down the firing range?
>>48597135Seems that way. Make an Events roll
>>48597135He's getting pretty good at gun combat
>>48597152Best shot in the regiment.
Rolled 5, 5 = 10 (2d6)>>48597145Roger that, bring our boys home in one piece
Rolled 6, 2 = 8 (2d6)>>48597145
>>48597179You are assigned to an off-the-books black ops raid on an enemy labratory. Gain +2 to your next advancement roll. Speaking of, make an EDU roll.
Rolled 4, 2 = 6 (2d6)>>48597212
>>48597179God, first survivors guilt and now running heaven-knows-what black-ops. I feel like at this point the guy still has his hick charm outwardly, but inside he's dyingAt least we get +2 to advancement
>>48597222Looks like he's the captain now
>>48597227someone needs to writefag this from Dengelbert's perspective.
>>48597248If I weren't so drunk, I'd love to give it a shot.
>>48597248I could maybe have a crack at it come morning, but I haven't slept yet so we'll see
>>48597246Denglebert battles like he never has in his life, all the harder for the loss of his men. He is assigned as the captain of a ship. Give me the name of the ship, and tell me if Denglebert is going to stay in this career or not.
>>48597285We are in too deep to quit now.Name of ship: Sweet Home
>>48597248I'm collecting the life bits to produce an NPC narrative. He's already fascinating as a Doc for Hire.
>>48597285Are marine captains actually captains? I thought it was just a rank.
>>48597291Maybe given his roughshod history, the Blade o' Bluegrass might be better?
>>48597285Surely he's just the captain of the marine division?I vote The Niddhog in any case
>>48597306He's just that good
>>48597303I second this oneI also say maybe he needs a change of pace? Given the survivors guilt and maybe the black-ops?
>>48597291> Give me the name of the ship, and tell me if Denglebert is going to stay in this career or not.Following from the first suggesting, and since he's a Marine, not proper Navy.IMAV 83661-2 “No Blade of Grass”(and of course Captcha asked about pictures with grass)
>>48597310This, so hard.
>>48597319He's a space marine, they get ships and are marines. Blade of Bluegrass it is. Now, will Dinglebert stay a lieutenant, or will he take another career?
>>48597384One more tour before retirement
>>48597306A whole ship seems a bit much, but we'll roll with it. Jump-Mobile Assault Lander. Bad Ass In A Can.
>>48597384He's a captain now ain't he?And aye, I think something different for our flea-herder
>>48597384He remains on as Captain of the Blade o' Bluegrass, but now as a scarred and sterner man, rather than the fresh faced country boy he was before.
>>48597411>Jump-Mobile Assault Lander. Bad Ass In A Can.So four terms (Uni plus three) total?
>>48597440Yeah, I say one more before the good captain has vanquished his demons and is ready to retire.
>>48597411One last war, eh? Seems like Dinglebert's style. Roll END.
>>48597440Aye, that seems fair
>>48597426This. We need to finish the tale of the ship as much as his career.
Rolled 1, 4 = 5 (2d6)>>48597454
Rolled 6, 5 = 11 (2d6)>>48597454Here goes nothing
>>48597473That was a narrow success before, does he make it?
>>48597473>>48597476Another bad fight, that he gets to walk away from, but it's the last one?
>>48597473Captain's log. June 18, 2355.Another revolution on some backwater world. Almost bit it from a bouncing grenade. I survived. Many didn't. I don't know how much longer I can keep going.Personal Development, Service Skills, or Support.
>>48597549If he's captain, I'd vote the officer table
Did we get a skill from the promotion to Captain?
>>48597574Roll a d6.
>>48596951Yeah, I was just making a joke because of the snake-eyes.
>>48597591That's cool. Of course, the actual answer is five editions, as GURPS Traveller and Traveller Hero are also roll under.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>48597586Here we go
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>48597586
>work in 5 hours>can't stop following this thread>desperately want to put my writing skills to useLife is suffering.
>>48597630I guess people started questioning Denglebert's competence or his nerve after he became the sole survivor of so many tragedies.To keep up his image and to keep himself sane he had to defend himself publicly, giving him advocate 1
>>48597630Captain's log. April 2, 2356.Can't sleep, again. I've been reading through every damn law book the ship's library contains, and yet it's 0300 hours and I'm wide awake. I'm bleeding the medbay dry of stim. God help me if some poor bastard actually needs it.Gain Advocacy 1. Roll 2d6 for events.
>>48597680Gives him a good reason to get out and spend the rest of his life doing what he loves- playing the banjo as an entertainer
Rolled 6, 5 = 11 (2d6)>>48597691I hope it's something nice this time
Rolled 4, 5 = 9 (2d6)>>48597691
>>48597702Captain's log. December 9, 2356.In addtion to my regular training, Force Commander Decelles has been giving me tactical simulations. Most of them seem unbeatable. Over time, I'm learning. I'm learning who the highest value targets are, and how to deploy my troops. I'm learning how to deploy ambushes. I'm learning which of my men are essential to my group, and who I can let die....Christ. When did I become a killer?Gain Tactics 1.
I currently have the following skills listedMedical-2, Advocacy-1, Electronics-1, Leadership-1, Gun Combat-1, Tactics-1Animal-0, Athletics-0, Vacc Suit-0, Heavy Weapons-0, Stealth-0It feels like I'm missing at least one. Do promotions still give a skill *roll* in MGT2? If so, we may be short one or two skills.
Missed a rank in Gun Combat.
Wait a secondWe've rolled up a shipborne medical officer, from the (space) Deep South, who appears to by very much ruled by their conscience.
>>48597849Don't think so. I'm assuming Denglebert is going to retire?
>>48597874"Retirement" used to require five terms, but Captain Jones is pretty wrung out and needs a change.
>>48597895Oh riiight if we want a pension we need 5 terms in marine I think?
>>48597874So. On to the Mustering Out, then?
>>48597911Well I guess we're in for one more then huh?
>>48597911Maybe that's the impetus for taking up adventuring? He just can't do another term, so he signs on as the Medical Officer on a Free Trader to make ends meet
>>48597911I think he's ripe already.Not that Retirement is worth a lot of cash. Can we "arrange" a TAS membership? That's better than any retirement.
>>48597912Aye lad, should have a good few benefit rolls
>>48597912Indeed. You have 4 rolls. Divide them into Money and Other Benefits.
>>48597944Four, by prior rules. Three for Terms served (Uni doesn't count) and one more for rank attained.
>>48597941It's a possibility on the benefit rolls, so we'll see sure
>>485979752 in each sound fair gentlemen?
>>48597975The old school approach was to take all the cash rolls you could and use whatever was left over on Material Bennies. Not sure that's what we want for the good Captain, here. Two and two?
>>48597977>>48597975I vote 1 for money, 3 for otherLet's get some good stuff
>>48597867He's like Bones, except instead of going on space adventures with William Shatner, he watched the entire crew of his ship die in front of him!
>>48598003Go for it.
>>48598005I guess you could say he's broken Bones
>>48598032God fucking damn it.
Rolled 6, 2 = 8 (2d6)>>48598003Rolling for first cash and first other. May as well spread the luck around
>>48598005I think losing even most of the troops he lands with in the BoBG will be enough to break him. The realization that he cannot save everyone will end his career, and maybe having the BoBG not be flyable after a nasty landing will be the last straw.
>>48598042Just a standard d6 for Mustering Out Benefits.
>>48598060So Cash 6, and Material Bennies 2
>>48598060I know, I was rolling for 2.So cash 6 gives CR30000 and Other 2 gives INT +1
>>48598096Indeed. You can roll 2 more material benefits.
Rolled 3, 5 = 8 (2d6)>>48598111
>>48598119Looks like a TAS membership, as well as +1 EDU.
Marine Captain & Ship Master Denglebert JonesHomeworld: Age 34STR 7DEX 9END 7INT 9+1=10EDU 5+3=8SOC 4University 1 Term (Honors), Marines (Support) 3 TermsMedical-2, Gun Combat-2, Advocacy-1, Electronics-1, Leadership-1, Tactics-1Animal-0, Athletics-0, Vacc Suit-0, Heavy Weapons-0, Stealth-0Cr30,000, TAS Membership
>>48598143For homeworld should we go with an asteroid designation or something Southern, like New Vickerburg or some shit?
>>48598161Even a vacc world would do.
>>48598165Split the difference and go with a Belter Dwarf? Like Ceres
Got all the life bits saved. Captain Jones will appear in later Traveller Generals.
>>48598143From the Cortex files on Captain Denglebert JonesBattle of OrbonaDuring the infamous Battle Of Orbona, Jones' ship, the Blade O' Bluegrass, was hit by a railgun shell fired from an artillery emplacement. Only Jones and twenty of his men managed to drop in time. Although reduced to less than a quarter of their maximum strength, the men under Jones' command managed to capture an essential enemy stronghold. Afterwards, Jones was admitted to psychiatric care.
>>48598267Cont'dIn writing to Force Commander Decelles, his therapist says: "He accepts the deaths of his comrades unnaturally fast..... [Jones] is either completely healed or far beyond our help...."A week later, Jones resigned. He booked passage on a small Far Trader for one of the outer systems, and was never seen again.
I don't have a book on me but why don't we stat a whole crew? It will be fun.
>>48598948Why not, sadly I don't have the new edition and the team should use the same rules in my opinion.
>>48598948>>48599008Do we reckon Denglebert would be Captain or Medical Officer?Of course it all depends on the rest of the crew, but which way are we leaning at the minute?
If this is still alive in ~6 hours I'll do some writefaggotry, if anyone's interested in that.
>>48601219I know that my group has had a history of strong-willed ship's Doctors with unusual pasts, I'm more inclined to use Captain "Den" Jones in his current form rather than hanging even more NPC crew around him.
>>48597306 Imperial Marines are transported by the Imperial Navy, but Denglebert could be with some local planetary government inside the Imperium, or with some non-Imperium power whose marines are different.
>>48602648He's been involved in black ops. He may have been "in command" of a smaller assault ship meant to deliver he and his Marines but with Navy bridge and engineering crew.
>>48602728That's a solid point, actually. I didn't think about the black ops angle.
>>48601656Bumping for Denglebert writefaggotry.
>>48601656Bumping as well
>>48601219Further question: What is his preferred variety of alcohol?
How does the new edition compare to the old one? I know it has university and jail terms, which is neat. Anything else notably different?
>>48604608There's a new mechanic called Boon and Bane which is basically just advantage from 5th ed, and the art and graphical design have been improved.
>>48601656Keepin' the legend alive.
>>48604591Scotch Whiskey's what I'd say.One of his prized posessions (apart from his Banjo) is a box of genuine Campbeltown whisky, one of the few bottles left in known space.He's saving it for a special occasion, and makes do with Extra-Solar Scotch in the meantime. It isn't quite the same as the real thing though
>>48604591Bourbon or Rye if he's supposed to be a consummate 'good ol' boy' type of guy.I mean, he plays the banjo, gotta go whole hog on this, yeah?
>>48605332Maintaining thread in hope of writefaggotry.
>>48598311What was the Free Trader he booked passage with called?
>>48602728What were his marines called, anyway?
>>48606740Dirty Bert's Deadly Dozen
Alright guys, writefag here finally off of work.What part of Denglebert's story do you want me to write about?His studious years at university, where he fought against perfidious professors?His early years as a medic in the marines, and his narrow survival during a boarding action at the Battle of Montgomery IX? The subsequent assault and occupation? Being the sole survivor of an engagement with rebel ships, watching the ship break apart and crewmen vent into the abyss as he slowly floated away in an escape pod?His black ops raid on a secret laboratory, and his struggle to cope with the loss of his men? His time as captain of the Blade of Bluegrass? Once again surviving the destruction of his squad to an errant grenade?Something else?
>>48607084Hey, you write what you want. That was my understanding from the beginning.
>>48606652Precious Argo. Captain Meyer was going to call it Precious Cargo as a nod to his adopted daughter, but his first mate pointed out that it might attract the interest of pirates, who are none too bright. Thus he dropped the C from the name.
>>48606652The Free Trader Carrhae.The irony is lost on Jones
>>48607169what the fuck is that space marine doing
>>48608866>"Attach the safety line to your suit, they said."">"But nooo, you were too cool for that, weren't you?">"Oh, Look at me, I've got a cool grav belt, and don't need some sissy safety line.">"Stupid shoddy grav belt.">"Welp, guess I'm waiting for rescue."
>>48609014He dropped *far* too early.
>>48609205This was the first filk I'd ever listened to, still have a soft spot for itMoll and Jed, never forget
>>48609344Who give without counting the cost
>>48607084Any progress, anon?
>>48609646And if any old shipmates should ask after mollJust tell 'em, she finally died cleanIvan, it appears there is... condensation collection in my visor
>>48607084If you haven't started your writing my vote goes to his early years as a medic, but I'm pumped for anything
>>48607084I'd love to see the Battle of Montgomery IX, but it's your writefaggotry.
Does anyone here have either the central supply catalogue or high guard for mongoose second edition?
>>48622852A mix of the terms "sci fi" and "folk." Creating filk music is a traditional nerd hobby going back many decades to early SF conventions.
>>48621976I've been searching this last while and turned up blank. CSC is definitely out, but High Guard is still at pre-order. No-one seems to have the playtest docs though>>48622852Fictious folk (I think at least?). It's the genre that stuff like Carmen Miranda's Ghost and Leslie Fish's stuff are in
>>48622852>>48623153Just for reference, here's the filk equivalent of Wonderwall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH8lvwXx_Y8
>>48607084I'd like Black Ops, but honestly I'm excited for whatever
>>48623205Thanks for linking this, anon. I have a new favorite genre.
>>48626277It's funny, I remember I found that stuff in the old spacer superstition thread a year or so back.A new one pops up every now and again. and it's generally a good time
Did we determine whether we were going to roll the rest of the crew of the Carrhae?
>>48628767>270 postsProbably not for this thread. There's more where this came from, though.
>>48631170Indeed. Hope writing anon makes an appearance in the next thread.
Bumping. When this thread dies I'll make a Traveller general.