Chimera (book)

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Chimera
Chimera-Epic3.jpg
EPIC adventure #3
Author Michael Taylor
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher QuikLink Interactive
Version Traveller D20
Year Published 2004
Available from TBD
Also See Glimmerdrift Reaches Sector
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Chimera (book) is a QuikLink Interactive product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The misadventures of the Broadside of a Barn continue in EPIC Adventure 3 - Chimera!

Looking for work on the backwater of Pinkatto in the Glimmerdrift-Reaches, the characters are offered a charter and security job for a survey on a nearby world. A job that turns out to be anything but routine. The survey is of a wild waterworld in the Glimmerdrift. Their patron, a mysterious Baron with a touch of megalomania about him. The players will have to get their hands wet for this job.

This adventure is set in the Gateway Domain. Events described in this adventure follow on naturally from Into the Glimmer Drift but that adventure is not necessary to run this one.

Table of Contents[edit]

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    Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

    It is a Traveller D20 supplement.

    Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

    Credits (Primary Sources)
    Credit Authors & Contributors
    Author: Michael Taylor
    Stellar Cartography: Shane McLean
    Layout and Deckplans: Hunter Gordon

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