Mongoose Traveller: Solomani Rim

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Solomani Rim
Author David L. Pulver
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version Mongoose Traveller
Format Book (Softback/PDF)
Language English
Pages 118
Year Published 2012
Canonical Yes
Available from DriveThru RPG, Mongoose
ISBN 978-1-907702-95-2

Mongoose Traveller: Solomani Rim is a Mongoose Traveller detailing the fabled Solomani Rim Sector.

The Solomani Rim Sector is an old, highly civilised sector with more than 400 settled worlds including Terra, the original home of mankind. It bears the weight of thousands of years of history and is the front line of the centuries-long conflict between the Imperium and its bitter rival, the Solomani Confederation.

The Solomani Rim contains a history and description of this sector. A perfect setting for campaigns that focus on espionage, trading or political machinations, the Solomani Rim includes detailed information on the competing Imperial and Solomani leaders, government agencies, corporations, political factions and military or guerrilla forces that operate within the sector.

The important races found in the sector are also covered in depth, including the exotic Vegans.

All sixteen subsectors are featured with detailed descriptions of many of the worlds found within them, including Terra and the other worlds of the Solar System. Steeped in the rich history of the Imperium, the Solomani Rim is a classic setting for interstellar adventure and intrigue.


David L. Pulver
Charlotte Law
Will Chapman
Cover Illustration
Carlos Nunes de Castro Torres
Interior Illustrations
Nuno Nobre

Table of Contents[edit]

Mongoose Traveller:
Solomani Rim
Section Page/s
Introduction 2
The Solomani Rim 3
Subsectors of the Solomani Rim 45
Adventures in the Solomani Rim 112

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