Golden Age Starships 7: Modular Starship

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Golden Age Starships 7: Modular Starship
Golden Age Starships #7
Author Michael TaylorRon Vutpakdi
Publisher Avenger Enterprises
Version Traveller D20
Edition 1st
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages 37
Year Published 2006
Canonical Yes
Available from TBD
Modular Starship
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Golden Age Starships 7: Modular Starship is a Traveller D20 supplement.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

This supplement details an entirely new class of ship; a 'framework' vessel which utilises the versatility cutter modules to create an infinitely customisable vessel. The modular starship can be configured as a cargo hauler, a research vessel, a hospital ship, an escort carrier or whatever else the owners may need.

This is an ideal vessel for characters wanting a versatile starship. Cutter modules are readily available on the open market, making conversion simple and easy."

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Modular Starship is a complete game supplement for the Traveller role-playing game. As the seventh product in the Golden Age Starships line from ComStar, full stats are included for T20 and Classic Traveller, but this rules-light supplement is suitable for use with any version of Traveller, or indeed with other rules sets.

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