Heroes 1: Bounty Hunters

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Heroes 1: Bounty Hunters
Heroes 1: Bounty Hunters
Author Brian J. Underhill
Publisher Steve Jackson Games
Version GURPS Traveller
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 32
Year Published 2002
Canonical Yes
Available from TBD
Also See Bounty Hunter
ISBN 1-55634-613-1 Stock #6880

Heroes 1: Bounty Hunters is a Steve Jackson Games product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Millions of people are on the run. Some have defaulted on loans. Some have skipped bail. Some have stolen from their employers ... or their lovers. And some simply know things that they were never meant to learn. All of them are trying to lose themselves in the Imperium - and it's your job to find them before they do.

GURPS Traveller: Heroes 1 - Bounty Hunters is the first in a series of books expanding on the character templates found in the GURPS Traveller rules. Contained within, you will find:

  • A full discussion of bounty hunting in the Imperium - including what to do when the local authorities won't cooperate.
  • New templates for corporate bounty hunters, repo men, skip tracers, and lots more!
  • GM advice on running a bounty hunting campaign.
  • And plenty of NPCs to use as allies, rivals, or targets!

Table of Contents[edit]

Bounty Hunters
Section Page/s
Introduction 2
Chapter 1: The Profession 5
Chapter 2: The Hunter 8
Chapter 3: Adventures and Campaigns 21
Chapter 4: Friends and Enemies 23
Index 31

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

GURPS Traveller: Heroes 1 - Bounty Hunters is the first and only book in the Heroes series.

  • Although the book itself refers to it as being the first in a series, it has been the only one of its kind.

It is a GURPS Traveller source book.

  • The book includes templates (Black Ops, Company Men, Freelance Bounty Hunter, Repo Man, and Skip Tracer), getting licensed, suggested backgrounds for PCs, a few gadgets, and advice on adventures and campaigns.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Author Brian J. Underhill
Editor Andrew Hackard
Additional Material Jim MacLean and Lisa Steele
Cover Brom
Illustrations Chad Sergesketter
Additional Illustrations Paul Daly, and Rob Caswell
Maps Andy Akins, and Alex Fernandez
Playtesters Frederick Brackin, J. Hunter Johnson, Hans Rancke-Madsen, Robert Prior, and Paul Vissing

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