Borderland Profile: Tanith

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Borderland Profile: Tanith
Tanith.jpg
Author Martin Dougherty
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version Mongoose Traveller
Format PDF
Language English
Pages 18
Year Published 2015
Canonical Yes
Available from DriveThru RPG, Mongoose
Also See Mongoose Traveller: The Borderland
MGP 3877e

The Borderland line of Third Imperium books focusses on a single subsector within the Trojan Reach, allowing referees to rely on adventures and sourcebooks that fully scope the region, meaning he can get on with the business of running his campaign!

The Tanith system is a key link on the Imperial-Aslan trade route. Its excellent starport has grown into a starfaring nation in its own right, whilst the rest of the planet is wilderness populated by barbarians and survivors of failed colony missions. These low-tech settlements are preyed upon by raiders and Aslan ihatei groups. Tanith has become a hotbed of mercenary activity as the Port of Tanith attempts to resist these incursions without triggering a full-scale invasion. Borderland Profile: Tanith provides a complete guide to this troubled world and its star system, along with a selection of the finest… and less fine… mercenaries available for hire in the Borderland.

Credits[edit]

Author
Martin Dougherty
Editor
Matthew Sprange
Layout
Will Chapman, Amy Perrett

Table of Contents[edit]

Borderland Profile: Tanith
Section Page/s
Introduction 2
The Mercenary Trade 3
The Tanith System 4
Tanith in More Detail 7
Mercenary Companies of Pylkoe City 9
Adventures in the Tanith System 15
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