T4 Starships

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Author Don Perrin
Publisher Imperium Games
Version Marc Miller's Traveller
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 112
Year Published 1996
Canonical Yes
Available from DriveThru RPG
Also See Starship
ISBN 1-57828-301-9 Stock #1100S

Starships is an important ship source book for Marc Miller's Traveller published by Imperium Games

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Third Imperium, much like any other organization of space-faring planets, relies on movement between planets to further its ends. Starships have served to move individuals, cargos, ideas, and passions across huge expanses of the known galaxy. To the seasoned traveller, the worlds and ports visited are merely transient places - sites for business, education, training, or battle. The true traveller calls the starship home.

  • Learn the working of the Imperial Calendar.
  • Check out the luxurious interior of a Royal class Liner.
  • Get the complete stat on a Corsair before you have to face one.
  • Meet the brilliant Dr. Seldera and other personalities of note.
  • Design your own interstellar vessel from the ground up.
  • Find out how various maneuver drives propel a starship.
  • Shop for futuristic space combat weapons for your starship.

Table of Contents[edit]

T4 Starships
Section Page/s
1. Introduction 4
2. Universal Ship Profiles (32 designs) 6
3. The Standard Ship Design Sequence 70

Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. Electromagnetic Masking (EMM)

Library Data Entries (Automated)[edit]

Library data entries

Selected Smallcraft[edit]


  1. Launch
    1. Damgarrii class Passenger Launch

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Design Don Perrin
Editor Tony Lee and Lester Smith
Cover and Illustration Chris Foss
Deckplans Ashe Marler


  1. Freelance Traveller 002
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