The Dimenos Problem

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The Dimenos Problem
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Author Martin Dougherty
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (E-book)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version New Traveller
Year Published TBD
Available from Mongoose
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The Dimenos Problem is a Mongoose Publishing product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Dimenos was once an exclusive liner plying the spacelanes of the Reach. Now, after having been party to slave trading, she lies near-derelict at her moorings, stripped of her luxurious fittings and left to decay. When a pirate attack on Thebus highport forces five Travellers to take shelter in the wreck, they find themselves adrift aboard the dying ship.

With no power, no weapons and no prospect of rescue, the Travellers must find a way to bring the old ship back to life, defeat a pirate boarding party, and avoid a fiery death in the atmosphere of Thebus.

This story comes in Mobi, ePub and PDF formats.

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Credit Authors & Contributors
Author M.J. Dougherty

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