Kursis Charter (book)

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Kursis Charter (book)
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Author Martin Dougherty
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher QuikLink Interactive
Version Traveller D20
Year Published 2003
Available from TBD
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Table of Contents
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The Kursis Charter (book) is a QuikLink Interactive product for Traveller D20.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Kursis Charter is a Shanape Link Worlds Campaign released with the Traveller20 Referee's Screen, found within "The Linkworlds Cluster" booklet.

It's set in the Traveller20 Domain of Gateway setting, specifically Ley Sector.

As an introductory adventure it enables players to come to grips with running a merchant ship (expenses and maintenance etc), trading and visiting the planets within the sector, plus the Traveller20 rules[1] system. Although it does state that it could be run with any of the Traveller rule sets.[2]

Obviously, a ship is needed, it's expected that one of the characters will have access to one.

During the campaign, there could be any number of adventures undertaken. BUT, there is a theme to the campaign leading to that one big pay-off.....

Table of Contents[edit]

Traveller D20:
Kursis Charter
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Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

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