Traveller Guidebook

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Traveller Guidebook
The Traveller's Guidebook for Players
Publisher QuikLink Interactive
Version Traveller D20
Author Martin DoughertyHunter Gordon
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Edition 1st
Year Published 2007
Pages 234
Available from RPGNow
Canonical Yes
Product no: QLI-THB004
Table of Contents
Introduction 4
Chapter 1 basic attributes 9
Chapter 2 human and alien races 14
Chapter 3 homeworlds 21
Chapter 4 prior history 24
Chapter 5 classes and levels 60
Chapter 6 Skills 96
Chapter 7 Feats 127
Chapter 8 Equipment 150
Chapter 9 Combat 187
Chapter 10 Adventuring 212
Chapter 11 Psionics 229

The Traveller Guidebook is a core book for Traveller D20.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Traveller Guidebook is the long awaited player's guide for Traveller20! This one book contains just about everything needed for players including 29 character classes (with 13 new classes!), tons of new feats and skills, rules for psionics and personal combat, as well as an greatly increased listing of weapons and equipment!

Table of Contents[edit]

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Martin Dougherty
Concept and rules design
Hunter Gordon
Loren K. Wiseman
lead playtesters
Ewan Quibell, Jason ‘Flynn’ Kemp and Friends
Error trapping
William ‘CommanderX’ Prankard , Michael Wightman
Additional Input
Michael Wightman, Shane McLean, Various Citizens of the Imperium
layout design
Hunter Gordon
Cover Artwork
Bryan Gibson
Interior artwork
Bryan Gibson, Steve Bryant, Chad Fidler, Paul Daly, Jason Millet, and Allen Nunis

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