Mongoose Traveller: Luriani

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Minor Alien Module 1
Author Andrea Vallance
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 62
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version Mongoose Traveller
Year Published 2012
Available from DriveThru RPG

An Alien race sourcebook for Mongoose Traveller.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Luriani are a race of contradictions. Most outsiders are struck by the extreme level of politeness in their society and apparent calm demeanour, only to be shocked by a sudden outburst of passion. They are a people with no significant martial tradition that have fought some of the most brutal wars in history. They are loyal Imperial citizens that suddenly and seemingly without warning came to the brink of revolt. These apparent contradictions are the root cause of the Luriani's reputation as emotionally unstable and unpredictable. Yet all these make perfect sense to the Luriani themselves.

This book, the first in the Minor Alien Module series, explores the Luriani, detailing their history, society, physiology, and technology. Players will enjoy creating Luriani characters and flying Luriani ships, while referees will have access an entirely new civilization for their games.

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Andrea Vallance
Matthew Sprange
Will Chapman
Cover Illustration
innovari -
Interior Illustrations
Amy Perrett
Ian Stead
Don McKinney, Rob Eaglestone, Andrew James Welty
Special Thanks
Hunter Gordon, Martin Dougherty, Loren Wiseman, Jeff Zeitlin, Megan Hanada, Joshua Bell


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