Three Blind Mice (book)

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Three Blind Mice
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Traveller Adventure
Author Timothy Collinson
Publisher March Harrier Publishing
Version Mongoose 2nd
Edition 2nd
Format PDF
Language English
Year Published 2020
Canonical No
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District 268 Subsector with its varied polities and existence in the shadow of the Imperium to trailing, and the Zhodani to Coreward is always a region where travelling can be, well, interesting. In the years prior to the Fifth Frontier War, these tensions can be exacerbated by any number of factions having their own agendas: political, personal, provocative. The Cold War between Trexalon and Collace doesn’t help matters. Close to the borders with the Trojan Reaches a desperate group of individuals is about to encounter a motley collection of merchants just trying to make their way.

A Traveller adventure designed for 3-6 people with varying backgrounds set in the Spinward Marches in the years prior to the Fifth Frontier War. Stowaways, agents, an orphan and the odd former slaver or two... it's all happening against a backdrop of disability in various forms and possibly even a wartime atrocity. Uses Mongoose Traveller rules.

Meta-history & Background[edit]

First published by 13Mann in 2014, this Marc Miller/Mongoose Publishing authorized second edition updates all rules to Mongoose Traveller 2nd Edition, tweaks and clarifies the text, expands certain sections (in particular the finale), upgrades an NPC to a potential PC, adds Library Data and images, and includes Cepheus Engine conversions for all PCs, NPCs and tasks.


Timothy Collinson
Timothy Collinson

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