New Era 1248 Sourcebook 4: Freedom Leagues

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The Freedom League
Traveller 1248 sourcebook 4
Author Daniel Hammersley
Publisher Avenger Enterprises
Version Traveller The New Era
Edition 1st
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages 362
Year Published 2008
Canonical Yes
Available from Out of Print
Product No CSRT0041

New Era 1248 Sourcebook 4: Freedom Leagues is an Avenger Enterprises product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Freedom League presents the details the Freedom Leagues, from its start as the Dawn League, through it’s transformation into the Reformation Coalition, before their final transformation in 1243. The Freedom League is now the dominant interstellar polity in the Old Expanses and Diaspora sectors with outlying settlements stretching into the corewards edges of the adjoining Solomani Rim and Alpha Crucis sectors.

More than a hundred years since the Third Imperium's self destructive “Final War” ended the Freedom Leagues are the heirs of the Star Viking’s violent smash and grab legacy. But their people’s dynamic diversity and ability to change gave way to more peaceful means of rebuilding after the darkness of Virus to stand today as a beacon of light in self-determination and self government by the people's choice of its member worlds in the New Era 1248.

The story of the Freedom Leagues worlds involved not just those worlds the Hivers contacted in 1193, but other worlds with similar dreams.

The United Worlds Alliance to the spinward side of Diaspora and the Sons of Craig, the Star Empire of Solee, the Trade Union of Voskl, and the Covenant of Sufren, and the Diasporan Starfarer’s Mercantile Guild all had their dreams of how to rebuild civilization after the collapse. Some in 1248 remain allies; some that were once foes are now allies; and some former allies now stand against them.

Freedom Leagues presents maps and UWP information for two full sectors, and the coreward edges of two more of this region. Contained within as well are the vessels that made flexible the ever changing needs of the Leagues as they charted their course into the New Era.

Table of Contents[edit]

New Era 1248 Sourcebook 4: Freedom Leagues
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Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. Alpha Crucis Sector
  2. Covenant of Sufren
  3. Dawn League
  4. Diaspora Sector
  5. Diasporan Starfarer’s Mercantile Guild
  6. The Freedom League
  7. Old Expanses Sector
  8. Reformation Coalition
  9. Solomani Rim Sector
  10. Sons of Craig
  11. Star Empire of Solee
  12. Star Viking
  13. Trade Union of Voskl
  14. United Worlds Alliance
  15. Virus

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

It only came out in PDF (...and a very small run print version).

New Era 1248 Series[edit]

The TNE series had a small but significant run:

  1. New Era 1248 Ships 1: Small Merchants
  2. New Era 1248 Ships 2: Scout Ships
  3. New Era 1248 Sourcebook 1: Out Of The Darkness
  4. New Era 1248 Sourcebook 2: Bearers of the Flame
  5. New Era 1248 Sourcebook 3: Spinward States
  6. New Era 1248 Sourcebook 4: Freedom Leagues

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
RCSA Historian Daniel Hammersley
RCSA Assistant Shane Mclean
RCN Naval Liaison Richard Perks
RCSA Economic Advisor Grahame Muliss
Stellar Cartographer and Astronomy Advisor Constantine Thomas
Stellar Cartographer and Terran Confederation Liaison Mike West
Additional material Daniel Hammersley and Richard Perks
Cover Artwork Bryan Wallbridge
Layout Michael Taylor

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