102 Vehicles

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102 Vehicles
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102 Vehicles
Publisher BITS
Author Robert Prior
Version Marc Miller's Traveller
Edition 1st
Format Book (Digest)
Pages 68
Year Published 1998
Language English
Canonical Yes
Available from TBD
102 Vehicles
Table of Contents
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102 Vehicles is a well-written BITS product created for Marc Miller's Traveller, but also useful in any version of Traveller.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Travellers Travel. Starships ply the spacelanes, but more hours are spent travelling between cities than between worlds. This compendium contains a wide variety of vehicles, carefully selected to both provide a range of common designs and some intriguing hooks for adventure.

This supplement contains more than 100 civilian vehicles, ranging from simple Bronze Age carts to sophisticated Imperial grav yachts.

Table of Contents[edit]

Introduction i
Introduction to BITS iii
License vii
Private Transport (39 vehicles) 1
Mass Transport (13 vehicles) 24
Cargo Transport (17 vehicles) 31
Commercial Vehicles (11 vehicles) 45
Emergency Vehicles (6 Vehicles) 51
Specialized Vehicles (16 Vehicles) 57
Index 68

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The 101 Series came with a number of titles, including a 102:

  1. 101 Cargos
  2. 101 Corporations
  3. 101 Governments
  4. 101 Lifeforms
  5. 101 Patrons
  6. 101 Plots
  7. 101 Religions
  8. 101 Rendezvous
  9. 101 Starcrews
  10. 101 Travellers
  11. 102 Vehicles

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Vehicle Designs
Robert Prior
Editor
Dom Mooney

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