101 Robots

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101 Robots
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An illustrated catalog of... 101 Robots!
Author Gary L. Thomas
Publisher Digest Group Publications
Version Classic Traveller
Edition 1st
Format Book (Softback)
Language English
Pages 48
Year Published 1986
Canonical Yes
Available from TBD
Also See Robot
Product no. 861

101 Robots is a RPG book with 101 various robot designs for use in Traveller adventure campaigns.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Here under one cover are 101 different robots for use in Traveller games. Every single robot comes with a complete description, an official Universal Robot Profile, and an illustration. You will know what each robot can (and can't) do, what the robot looks like, and what the robot costs.

If you're just starting to design your own robots, this book has more than a hundred examples. If you already have several designs of your own, here are 101 more to add to your campaign.

Whether you're a Traveller player or a referee, 101 Robots gives you all the robots you need to know what life is like at higher tech levels. Robots include:

  • Imperial Robots: Designs both common and uncommon that characters can encounter within the Imperium.
  • Alien Robots: Robots from all the major races that construct them: Aslan, Zhodani, Vargr, K'Kree, Solomani, and Hiver.
  • Warbots: battlefield robots of all races, designed to search out and destroy the opposition.
  • Dumbots: The most common robot encountered, good at only one thing, but good enough at that.
  • Pseudobiological Robots: At higher tech levels, robots that are "just like the real things".
  • Expert Robots: Machines that know as much as sentients, able to perform tasks that take "real intelligence".
  • Design System Examples: Robots that show just how to use the robot design system in Book 8: Robots.
  • Encounter Robots: Robots corresponding to all the robots from the encounter tables in Book 8; for easy-to-play robot encounters.
  • Robot Devices, Sensors, and Weapons: Brand new custom devices for use with robots, including complete information on their installation.
  • Robot Skills: Additional skills for robot programming, complete with CPU space and cost per level.
  • Index: A complete index to all 101 robots.

Table of Contents[edit]

101 Robots
Section Page/s
Introduction 1
Robot Design, Additional Consideration 1
Dumbots 4
Utility Robots 13
Assistant Robots 18
Expert Robots 25
Law Enforcement and Security 33
Warbots 38
Medical Robots 42
Pseudobiological Robots 46

Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. TBD

Library Data Entries (Automated)[edit]

Library data entries

Selected Robots[edit]

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Trav 101 Series[edit]

The 101 Series has a number of titles, including a 102:

  1. 101 Robots
  2. 101 Vehicles


  1. 101 Cargos
  2. 101 Corporations
  3. 101 Governments
  4. 101 Lifeforms
  5. 101 Patrons
  6. 101 Plots
  7. 101 Religions
  8. 101 Rendezvous
  9. 101 Starcrews
  10. 101_Starships
  11. 101 Travellers
  12. 102 Vehicles

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Robot Designs Gary L. Thomas, Robert Parker, Nancy Parker, Joe Fugate
Robot Illustrations Joe Fugate, Robert Parker, Rob Caswell
Introduction Gary L. Thomas, Joe Fugate
Cover Painting Joe Fugate

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