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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:38 pm 
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The February 2013 issue, #038, has been posted for download!

This month's issue is 32 pages of our usual Traveller goodness, with Dwayne Walstron's Doing It My Way article on Life Support being our spotlighted feature.

The usual assortment of reviews, stories, personalities, creatures, and so on are also included, so that we continue to bring you what you want for your campaigns and settings.

We've been unable to access our mirror site, so it's not uploaded there, but our main site, at http://www.freelancetraveller.com has this issue ready and waiting!


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:18 pm 
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The March 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

This month's featured article is Mike Cross's Slice of Life: The 30th Century Internet, focusing on what a society with ubiquitous net access might be like.

The usual assortment of reviews, stories, and other articles to make your Traveller more interesting round out this month's 32 pages. As usual, the articles from last issue have been posted to the website as HTML, so that you can read them on-line or without a PDF reader.

Download this month's magazine from our usual locations:

our main site at http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
our mirror at http://freelancetraveller.downport.com and select the link for magazine downloads.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:42 pm 
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No Fooling!

It's really up, and has as its featured "article" some miniatures photography by Mark Poles (miniatures painting) and Victoria Clare (photography). We've called it "Explorations".

In addition to that, you'll find the usual assortment of house rules, reviews, character profiles, animals, and so on that we've been using to keep you reading.

Download this month's issue at the usual places:

Our main site at http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Our mirror at http://freelancetraveller.downport.com and select the link for "Magazine Downloads".


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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 10:54 pm 
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The May 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller is now available for download!

This month's feature is an adventure by Michael Brown, "Vlezhdiets".

This month's issue is a (comparatively) big 36 pages, at the same low price! :) As with every issue, you get a mix of stories, essays, reviews, rules, and all sorts of other things to spark your imagination for any campaign.

(We were actually ready to post it last Saturday, but some flakiness in our net connection made it impossible to upload. Our ISP dealt with the infrastructure owner, and things are finally back to normal. Our apologies for the delay.)

Download it now from the usual places!

Main site: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Mirror: http://freelancetraveller.downport.com and select the "Magazine Downloads" link


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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2013 12:22 am 
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The latest issue of Freelance Traveller has been posted, ready for you to download!

This month's featured article is Timothy Collinson's report from TravCon 13 in the UK.

Accompanying that is a total of 36 pages of the usual mix of reviews, adventures, and other articles intended to inspire you in your Traveller games.

Download the latest issue now, at our usual location!

Main site: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
(Our mirror site is still appearing to be offline to web requests, though we can successfully upload to it (and have done so). We've alerted the server manager, and are waiting to hear back from him.)


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:29 pm 
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The July 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

The Jump Remora, described by Timothy Collinson, is in the spotlight this month. The usual assortment of rules, "stuff", reviews, and so on round out this month's 28 pages.

You can download it at our usual locations:

http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine is our main site; our mirror is once again accessible at a new URL: http://www.downport.com/~freetrav/magazine


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 8:28 pm 
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The August 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

This month's featured article is Derek Wildstar's "Benchmark", an adventure that shows off what the Scout Service does to deserve your Imperial tax money.

The remainder of this month's 28 pages is rounded out by the usual assortment of adventures, reviews, house rules, stories, and so on. You can download this issue at our usual locations:

Main site: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Mirror: http://www.downport.com/~freetrav/magazine/


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 9:46 pm 
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Would you consider changing the font you use to one that doesn't have those little extensions before the letter "t"? It actually makes it harder to read IMO.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 05, 2013 6:14 pm 
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EDG wrote:
Would you consider changing the font you use to one that doesn't have those little extensions before the letter "t"? It actually makes it harder to read IMO.

I'll see if I can find the setting that turns off those particular ligatures (sp, st, ct); the only other font I'd be willing to use for body text is the Times that I started with, and I made the switch to Palatino because (a) it wasn't as dark at the same spacing, and (b) it's a better serif body font to match esthetically with the sans-serif Optima of the titles.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:28 pm 
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Freelance Traveller has posted the September 2013 issue for you to download!

This month's issue features Clash of Cultures, an adventure by Garry Ward which offers many different possible roles for your player-characters and variable length.

As usual, it is accompanied by an assortment of rules, reviews, stories, starship designs, consumer goods, and other community contributions, all aimed at enhancing your Traveller fun.

Download this issue from the usual places:
Our main site at http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Our mirror at http://www.downport.com/~freetrav/magazine/


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