Monday, April 20, 2015
Saturday, April 18, 2015
I am pleased to announce that I have been invited to be The Gaming Guest of Honor at Mysticon 2016. This is a great convention and I'm proud to be a part of their guest lineup. If you are anywhere near Roanoke, Virginia in February of next year I highly recommend that you attend.
You can learn more about Mysticon at this link: http://mysticon-va.com/
Thursday, April 9, 2015
Now available at this link!
Your project has the green light!
Currently the largest ship building company in Clement Sector, the Anderson and Felix Shipbuilders Company was started on Hub in 2299 by Jamie Anderson and Reynaldo Felix. Both Anderson and Felix brought to Clement Sector their considerable expertise and experience constructing space vessels for travel between Earth and the Earth Sector colonies. And now that expertise is in your hands!
Ranging from tiny ten tonne work pods to massive armored system defense monitors, the space ships of Clement Sector are as varied as the crews that operate them.
This book provides the tools for a naval architect to design small craft to huge in-system ships, trader or capital ship. They can install the latest technology to allow the ship to transit interstellar distances, use inertialess drives or to “ride fire “on a ship that uses spin gravity to provide for crew comfort. They can also design low technology missile armed warships or capital ships bristling with high energy weapons and ship killing torpedoes.
The Anderson and Felix Guide to Naval Architecture uses the Mongoose Traveller System Reference Documents (SRD) for Core Rules and Book 2: High Guard (available from Mongoose Publishing), merging and customizing the two documents to tailor the ship design sequence for space craft in the Clement Sector Setting. Even with this customization, there are many additional components and associated rules adjustments that could be used in any setting.
Both the adventure class ship and capital ship design sequences have been merged into a new design sequence that allows for better design flow.
"Traveller" and the Traveller logo are Trademarks owned by Far Future Enterprises, Inc. and are used with permission. The Traveller Main Rulebook is available from Mongoose Publishing.