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PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:14 am 
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The October 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller has been posted (finally)!

This month's featured article is Ken Pick's Jump Destination: The double planet of Tanna-Sheru, Alkaiden System.

The remainder of this month's 28 pages is the usual assortment of characters, vehicles, stories, house rules, and so on, all put together for your pleasure. You can find this month's issue, in the usual US-Letter and international A4 formats, at

Freelance Traveller's main site: http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Freelance Traveller's Downport mirror: http://www.downport.com/~freetrav/magazine/

Grab your copy now, and enjoy!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2013 3:55 am 
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The November 2013 issue is ready for you to download!

This month's featured Adventure is "All in the Genes", by Timothy Collinson.

The usual assortment of rules, characters, scholarly articles, stories, reviews, and so on round out this issue, four years after our first eight-page sample issue.

You can download this issue in the usual place, http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/ - our mirror site at Downport seems to be completely broken at this point, and the webmaster has been notified, but we couldn't post the update there.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 11:08 pm 
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The December 2013 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

This month's featured article is another adventure by Michael Brown, The Dangard Experiment. When a noble is slowly dying, can the PCs find the long-lost heir to save her?

The usual assortment of house rules, reviews, stories, and other Stuff rounds out this issue, which marks the completion of four years of Freelance Traveller.

Download it from http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/ and enjoy!


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 7:15 pm 
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Because of some Life Issues (good ones!) at the turn of the year, and because some of the articles planned for January 2014 required editing in excess of what was expected, we're not going to make a 'sensible' deadline for this issue. So, rather than the Editor driving himself crazy trying, he's going to admit that the impossible is in fact impossible, and we'll put out a combined January/February issue as soon as possible. Hopefully, this will allow us to get back on schedule for March...


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 1:29 am 
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We're back on-line! And we've posted the January/February 2014 issue for you to download!

This month's featured article is "The 'Other' Option", by Michael Brown, providing an extended CT career generation path for the "Other" career.

The usual assortment of reviews, stories, adventures, profiles, and so on rounds out a double issue, which you can now download from the usual place.

Our main site, http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
Our mirror appears to still be down.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 10:12 pm 
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The April 2014 issue of Freelance Traveller is ready for download!

This month's featured adventure is Timothy Collinson's "Getting There is Half the Fun". Instead of jump being "tune in next session, same time, same channel", Timothy turns it into a reason to play.

The rest of this month's 32 pages is the usual assortment of stories, house rules, reviews, ship designs, and so on that you've come to expect from Freelance Traveller.

(As usual, we've put last issue's articles up as web pages, as well.)

Grab it now, from our usual site:
http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/
(There's still something Not Right with our mirror site. We're on it!)


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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 4:22 pm 
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The May 2014 issue of Freelance Traveller magazine is ready for download!

This month's featured adventure is "The Sounding", by Michael Brown. The PCs are hired for an oceanic "cattle roundup" and encounter trouble on the "trail" and a dark secret.

The rest of the 30-page issue is the usual assortment of reviews, house rules, columns, and stories for your enjoyment.

We acknowledge this month's article selection as being a touch thin; please read "From the Editor" for an explanation.

Download this issue from the usual place:
http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/


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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 6:08 pm 
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I've only ever submitted one bit of library data for Freelance Traveller, a piece explaining who the vargr state, the 17th Disjuncture, are. I'd gladly consider more, but I wonder if it's too "my Traveller universe" to be of worth to anyone else. I typically just post stuff to my website, figuring that's sufficient.

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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 6:14 pm 
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He has a section called "Doing It My Way" that is for all that kind of stuff.

An article with your interpretation of a polity should still be fine though.

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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 10:37 pm 
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"Doing it My Way" is usually my favorite section.


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