Ship Book: Garuda Class

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Ship Book: Garuda Class
Ship Book
Author Barnes ThomasIan Stead
Publisher Gorgon Press
Version Mongoose Traveller
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages 34
Year Published 2012
Canonical No
Available from DriveThru RPG
Also See Garuda class Modular Systems Vessel

Ship Book: Garuda Class is a Gorgon Press adventure and ship source book written for Mongoose Traveller.

Ship Book: Garuda Class MSV is a supplement to the Mongoose Traveller system which details a 200-ton modular ship. Designed to be customisable to almost any situation, the Garuda has caught the attention of many an agency and corporation and operates in numerous configurations across known space..

The Garuda class, with its large module bays and variable layout, makes an ideal ship for those looking for a little more than just a one role ship. The Garuda can be fitted for just about any mission, and a good owner will keep that in mind.

This ship book also details the ownership of a single Garuda class, with a full breakdown of its crew and how it came to be theirs. Filled with plot hooks, background events and event descriptions, this book is also ideal for any Referee needing ideas.


  • Stats and information for Mongoose Traveller.
  • Full game stats for the Garuda class and several modules, as well as a new light fighter the CHA-AN 'Can'.
  • Deckplans and air vent diagrams for the ship.
  • A full history and background of the class, from design to destruction.
  • Two adventure hooks to get your players involved with the class.


Barnes Thomas, Ian Stead
Ian Stead

Table of Contents[edit]

Ship Book: Garuda Class
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Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. Garuda class Modular Systems Vessel
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