SGS: Imperial Small Craft

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SGS: Imperial Small Craft
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Starship Deck Plans in 25mm Scale
Author TBD
Canonical Yes
Edition 2nd
Format Folio (Deck Plans)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher Seeker Gaming Systems
Version MegaTraveller
Year Published 1992
Available from TBD
ISBN 1-879487-12-8 Stock #1020
Table of Contents
TBD
SGS: Imperial Small Craft is a Seeker Gaming Systems product.
  • It is a source book.
  • SGS: Imperial Small Craft is a set of deckplans for classic Small Craft.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Starships may be glamorous, but the small craft are the backbone of interplanetary travel in star systems throughout the vast reaches of space. they ply the shipping lanes between the planets, making deliveries and running errands; generally doing much of the work a larger vessel can't or won't do. So when shuttling an exploration party, piloting a ship's launch, or ferrying cargo aboard the stalwart vessels of Imperial Small Craft be prepared for what may await.

Table of Contents[edit]

The booklet contains six double pages spreads of thicker card that can be removed from the booklet and used as deck plans for five different small craft.

Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. Smallcraft

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
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