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Note: This article is about the Beyond publication by Paranoia Press. For the sector of the same name, see Beyond Sector.

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Author Donald P. Rapp
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format LBB (Digest)
Language English
Pages 32
Publisher Paranoia Press
Version Classic Traveller
Year Published 1981
Available from RPGNow
Product #01004
Table of Contents
Beyond is an early Classic Traveller book featuring early work into detailing the Beyond Sector.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Contains a brief history of the Beyond Sector, as well as world details and points of interest in the 16 subsectors. Relevant Library Data and a detailed index are also included.

Table of Contents[edit]

Introduction 1
The Chronology of Beyond 4
Mapepire Subsector 5
Liberty Hall Subsector 6
Die Weltbund Subsector 7
Mal'Gnar Radiant Subsector 8
Delta Subsector 9
Metchi' Alagwa Subsector 10
Northeast Middle Beyond Subsector 11
Darkling Regions Subsector 12
Zydar Schrift Subsector 13
Sector Map Looseleaf
Middle Beyond Subsector 14
I'Sred*Ni Heptad Subsector 15
Araniopa Subsector 16
Spinward Drift Subsector 17
I-Glathriel Subsector 18
Storm Subsector 19
Aslani Subsector 20
Library Data 21
Alphabetical Index 27

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Paranoia Press editor developed two sectors for Traveller: Beyond (The Beyond) and the Vanguard Reaches (Vanguard Reaches). Later on, these developments were considered non-canonical by Game Designers' Workshop, official descriptions of these zones being entrusted to the editor of Digest Group Publications.

As opposed to what happened with the four sectors from Judges Guild, the canonical and non-canonical versions of The Beyond and the Vanguard Reaches differ only superficially.

In 1997, Chuck published the text of this book, along with some updates, to the Paranoia Press web site. He also allowed the information to be copied into the Galactic distribution.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Donald P. Rapp.
Sector Map
Chuck Kallenbach II
Bob Liebman, Tim Heiney and Dennis Dotson.
William A. Barton, Chuck Kallenbach II, and Marc W. Miller

References & Contributions (Sources)[edit]

This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.