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Author Hunter GordonSteve Bryant
Publisher QuikLink Interactive
Version Traveller D20
Edition 1st
Format Software
Language English
Pages TBD
Year Published 2001
Canonical Yes
Available from TBD
Also See Software

Generic Role-Playing for Internet Players (GRiP) was an early year 2001 software package to allow groups to play RPG's over the internet.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

TRAVELLER chronicles the universe of the far future... of the golden age of the Third Imperium. This is an age of prosperity and danger: traders and soldiers roam the worlds of the interstellar Imperium in search of profit and power, and risk their lives along the way!

GRiP (Generic Role-playing for Internet Players) allows Game Masters to run their campaigns over the Internet, or personal/local networks for up to 8 players using a specialized personal game server. GRiP is tailored made, and designed for online role-playing. Built from the ground up with Game Masters and Players in mind.

GRiP: The TRAVELLER Edition combines these two fantastic systems into one product, letting you get started with Traveller and get started gaming online! Even if you don't want to game online, the GRiP: Traveller Edition is a great tool for any Traveller Game Master! You get everything you need to play, around the kitchen table OR online, plus a number of handy Traveller Tools, such as a Character Generator, Ship Designer, and our multi-function InfoScreen system.

This special Traveller Boxed Edition includes:

  • 56-page User's Manual
  • 32-page Character Sheet Design Tutorial
  • Character Sheet Markup Language Quik-Reference Card
  • GRiP iGM (Game Master) Module
  • GRiP iPC (Player) Module
  • Grimshot's Gauntlet Fantasy Adventure for user with GRiP
  • A Simple Twist of Fate Science Fiction Adventure for use with GRiP
  • The Kinunir - The original, Traveller Adventure #1 for use with GRiP
  • Research Station Gamma - The original, Traveller Adventure #2 for use with GRiP

Image Repository[edit]

GRIP-T20-David-Deitrick 18-Jly-2019a.jpg

Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. TBD

Library Data Entries (Automated)[edit]

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History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

QuikLink Interactive was founded in 2001 CE by Hunter Gordon to produce and sell Generic Role-Playing for Internet Players (GRiP), a software package to allow groups to play RPGs over the internet.

  • A second version of GRiP came with a reprint of the Classic Traveller books 1-3 and a special Traveller box.
  • Steve Bryant and Hunter Gordon were never able to get the finalized product to market. Hunter's health failed before it happened.
  • Today ( 2019 CE) a variety of platforms exist for online play. GRiP, perhaps, happened before its time.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Author Hunter Gordon, Steve Bryant
Cover David Deitrick

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