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Notes (2018)[edit]

T5 Core Rules. Mileaux or Eras. Pg. 15-17

- Maksim-Smelchak (talk) 19:32, 3 June 2018 (EDT)
The Important Eras in History [1]
# Era Name (Milieu) Dramatis Personæ Important Date/s Game Edition Remarks
1. Very Early Civilization (Before Grandfather) Sophonts -400,000 BCE None NAFAL. Before FTL.
2. Grandfather's Era Droyne -300,000 BCE None First FTL drive.
3. The False Dawn Kursae -200,000 BCE None TBD
4. Early Ziru Sirka Vilani -9,000 BCE None TBD
5. Consolidation Wars Vilani & Suerrat -5,000 BCE None TBD
6. First Contact Vilani & Terrans 2,100 CE None TBD
7. The Interstellar Wars Vilani & Terrans 2,200 CE GURPS Traveller: Interstellar Wars TBD
8. The Rule of Man Terrans & Vilani 2,500 CE None TBD
9. The Long Night None 3,500 CE None TBD
10. Early Imperium Syleans 0 IC Marc Miller's Traveller TBD
11. Aslan Border Wars Imperials & Aslan 300 IC None TBD
12. Civil War Imperials 600 IC None TBD
13. Psionic Suppressions Imperials & Zhodani 880 IC None TBD
14. Solomani Rim War Imperials & Solomani 990 IC Traveller D20 TBD
15. The Golden Age Imperials 1000 IC Classic Traveller TBD
16. The Rebellion Imperials 1116 IC MegaTraveller TBD
17. The Virus Era Unknown 1130 IC Traveller The New Era TBD
18. The New Era Unknown 1200 IC Traveller The New Era TBD
19. The New New Era Imperials 1248 IC Milieu 1248 TBD
20. The Far Far Future Unknown 1902 IC Galaxiad TBD

BCE/CE? (2006)[edit]

Is there a reason this abbreviation is being used rather than the BC/AD used in actual Traveller products that feature Terran dates?19:15, 15 March 2006 (UTC)

BC/AD is a religious nomenclature that should not be used in modern cross-cultural exchanges. We don't want to alienate users to the wiki. Most dates are Imperial in any case. 19:45, 15 March 2006 (UTC)~

I feel alienated by the use of BCE/CE.23:58, 17 March 2006 (UTC)

If you don't like it, change it. Just make sure you get the pre/postfix correct. Dcorrin 14:17, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

I see that JasonBP changed the dates to AD/BC, but for some reason didn't move the AD to prefix notation, which I have now gone and corrected. It is AD 2006, ie. In the year of our Lord, 2006. See Wikipedia:Anno Domini. Dcorrin 20:13, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Sorry - I never realized that the standard convention with AD was to use it as a prefix. You learn something new every day I suppose.JasonBP 23:10, 20 March 2006 (UTC)