Prison Planet

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Prison Planet
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Classic Traveller Adventure 8
Author Erik WilsonDave Emigh
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (Digest)
Language English
Pages 64
Publisher Game Designers Workshop
Version Classic Traveller
Year Published 1982
Available from RPGNow
Product No. 330
Prison Planet is a Game Designers Workshop product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Sometimes, travellers break the law. Sometimes, they get caught.

In the Solomani Rim, lawbreakers are sent to the Imperial prison on Newcomb, to work in the hazardous pitchblende mines.

Prison Planet includes a complete description of the Newcomb Prison, its inmates and guards, and the perils of life 'inside'.

Will the prisoners live to complete their sentences? Can they escape?

It's up to you.

Table of Contents[edit]

Prison Planet
Section Page/s
Introduction 5
Entering Prison 8
Running the Adventure 11
Events 23
Incidents 28
Prisoners, Guards, and Staff 32
Rumors 41
The Prison 45
Outside 57

Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

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    Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

    It is an early Classic Traveller adventure.

    Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

    Credits (Primary Sources)
    Credit Authors & Contributors
    Design Erik Wilson and Dave Emigh
    Development John Harshman
    Art Director Chris Purcell
    Maps Rose Geier

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