Ley Sector (book)

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Ley Sector
Author Dave Sering
Publisher Judges Guild
Version Classic Traveller
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 32
Year Published 1980
Canonical No
Available from RPGNow
Product No. 340
Table of Contents

Ley Sector is an entire Traveller Sector on a 22"x34" map with accompanying 32-page Guidebook.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The map, in three colors, gives stellar location, jump routes, and political division. The reverse of the map has detailed maps of eight significant planets along with the statistics and complete historical background of each.

The Guidebook goes into detail on each of the 16 Sub-Sectors with full statistics on each system. History and current political situation are given as well as encounter and rumor charts and table.

This product was one of the first in a series providing a complete detailed campaign approved for use with Traveller.

Table of Contents[edit]

Subsector maps and data ... 3
Space Encounter Charts ... 19
Traveller Encounters ... 22
Encounter Charts ... 26
Rumors and News ... 29
Planetary Index ...30

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

All Judges Guild Classic Traveller publications have been declared "non-canon" in the official Traveller universe by Marc Miller, but are still perfectly acceptable for private gamer use with the Traveller RPG.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Author: Dave Sering
Art: Ken Simpson

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