Mongoose Traveller: Tripwire

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An adventure for Traveller
Author Simon Beal
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 128
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version Mongoose Traveller
Year Published 2009
Available from DriveThru RPG
ISBN 978-1-906508-45-6

Mongoose Traveller: Tripwire is a Mongoose Publishing adventure source book written for Mongoose Traveller.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

In an effort to increase their control over Jewell subsector, the Imperium has announced that a new duke will be appointed to oversee Imperial interests there. This move has caused political friction with the Zhodani who have since restricted trade to their worlds.

Imperial agents’ suspect the Zhodani are now planning to deploy a new super weapon, forcing the Imperium to strengthen their borders and military outposts. With tensions running high only the bravest travellers remain in business, demanding higher fees for their services.

Making the most of the current trade opportunities, the players take on a passenger who pays them a handsome fee for their services. However, the passenger is more than he appears to be and the players are soon plunged into a world of conspiracy and danger.

Table of Contents[edit]

Mongoose Traveller:
Section Page/s
Introduction 2
Jewell 3
Passenger 8
Data 16
Conspiracies 30
Keystone 49
Tripwire 63
Appendix 73
Index 93

Library Data Entries (Automated)[edit]

Library data entries

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Tripwire is an adventure set in the Jewell Subsector of Spinward Marches. The story takes the players to every system in Jewell where an adventure awaits them at every turn.

This book is more than just a campaign; it serves as a useful guide to the Jewell subsector, detailing each world with a brief history, local laws and places of interest.

Tripwire also includes a timeline of Jewell subsector, random encounters, new equipment and spacecraft.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Author Simon Beal
Editor Charlotte Law
Layout Joseph McCance
Proofreader Nick Robinson
Interior Illustrations Lonny Chant, Furman, Phil Renne & Nick Robinson
Special Thanks Marc Miller, Tom O’Neill, Brian Caball, Aidan Rafferty, Robert Eaglestone, Loren Wiseman, James Maliszewski, Donald McKinney, William Hostman, Martin Costa, Mike West
Playtesters Jim Kundert, Stuart Machin, Andrew James Alan Welty, Gregory Wolf


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