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== Notes (2019) ==
 
== Notes (2019) ==
The term was coined in the realworld 1982 [[publication]], [[The Imperial Fringe]], and caught on after that being sporadically referred to throughout dozens of Trav [[publication]]s over the years. The [[Imperial Fringe]] refers to the frontier of [[Imperial Space]], [[society]], and [[civilization]]. It's a ripe adventure playland and adventurers with the [[traveller gene]] often venture to or beyond it. Many of the early products, particularly adventure modules, refer to it by name, or by extended meaning terms such as outback or periphery. In fact, Imperial zones have a complicated sequence by which subsectors go from non-aligned to [[client state]] to frontier (district) to conventional Imperial Subsector. It is an established Imperial convention is to assign numbers to [[district]]s (for example, [[District 268 Subsector|District 268]]) which are under Imperial protection pending integration into the [[Third Imperium]].
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The term was coined in the realworld 1982 [[publication]], [[The Imperial Fringe]], and caught on after that being sporadically referred to throughout dozens of Trav [[publication]]s over the years. The [[Imperial Fringe]] refers to the frontier of [[Imperial Space]], [[society]], and [[civilization]]. It's a ripe adventure playland and adventurers with the [[traveller gene]] often venture to or beyond it. Many of the early products, particularly adventure modules, refer to it by name, or by extended meaning terms such as outback or periphery. In fact, Imperial zones have a complicated sequence by which subsectors go from non-aligned to [[client state]] to frontier (district) to conventional Imperial Subsector. It is an established Imperial convention is to assign numbers to [[district]]s (for example, [[District 268 Subsector|District 268]]) which are under Imperial protection pending integration into the Imperium.
  
 
The Fringe is in a sense, the ''Wild West'' of Traveller adventures, and the fringe subsector is the basic unit of adventure for Traveller RPG play.   
 
The Fringe is in a sense, the ''Wild West'' of Traveller adventures, and the fringe subsector is the basic unit of adventure for Traveller RPG play.   
 
: - [[User:Maksim-Smelchak|Maksim-Smelchak]] ([[User talk:Maksim-Smelchak|talk]]) 11:34, 30 January 2019 (EST)
 
: - [[User:Maksim-Smelchak|Maksim-Smelchak]] ([[User talk:Maksim-Smelchak|talk]]) 11:34, 30 January 2019 (EST)

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