The Desert Environment

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The Desert Environment
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Publisher Gamelords
Version Classic Traveller
Author William H. KeithJr.
Format Book (Digest)
Language English
Edition 1st
Year Published 1984
Pages 54
Available from TBD
Canonical No
Product No. GLL 1988
Table of Contents
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The Desert Environment is one of a short series of booklets from Gamelords looking at Classic Traveller rules for specific environment types.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Desert Environment is a Traveller supplement dealing with the particular situations and problems of travel and survival in a desert climate. Included are specific rules systems designed to simulate all aspects of desert survival, explanations of equipment available for use in such terrain, and guidelines for setting up specific desert situations, special events and encounters, and adventures.

Challenge your players to broaden their horizons and enter... The Desert Environment.

Table of Contents[edit]

Introduction 4
Rules 5
Desert terrain 16
Survival in the Desert 29
Danger in the Desert 40
Equipment 49
Adventures in the Desert 53

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Gamelords produced a series of books dealing with adventure environments:

  1. The Desert Environment
  2. The Mountain Environment
  3. The Undersea Environment

Cargonaut Press made an additional book:

  1. The Arctic Environment

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Design
William H. Keith, Jr.
Advice & Assistance
J. Andrew Keith, John Harshman
Illustrations
William H. Keith, Jr.
Editing
Kerry Lloyd
Layout
Michael Watkins
Graphics
Janet Trautvetter

References & Contributions (Sources)[edit]

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