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Traveller Referee's Screen

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With a stunning ship's cockpit facing the players, and every vital table for the referee, the Traveller Referee’s Screen is the perfect complement to a well-run Traveller campaign.

Fully updated to the latest edition and with all the important tables and charts, the new Traveller Referee’s Screen provides everything a busy referee needs at his fingertips!

 
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Karl R July 26, 2016 3:35 pm UTC
So no adventure? Disappointing.
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Scott N July 05, 2016 9:17 pm UTC
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Does this thing have a pdf of the character sheet at least? or better yet where can I download a pdf character sheet for the core rules, my hardback did not come with a cs.
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Pierre S June 23, 2016 1:32 pm UTC
I purchased a cardboard screen from a F.L.G.S. and noticed the following typos:

Missile Flight table differs from the one on p. 161 of rules.
In the Melee Weapons table, Stunstick doesn't print the trait "Stun" as it should from the rulebook.
Plasma Rifle gives a trait "Zero-G" although the book's Energy Weapons table p. 121 didn't. I'm going with "Zero-G" being reasonable since plasma gas would have negligible recoil.
The book has an error p. 117 where it claims a Club costs 1000Cr.! Clubs are negligibly cheap of course.
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Scott N July 05, 2016 9:01 pm UTC
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Look at pg.116 it says it costs 0. While I assume the one on pg.117 is referring to the extending riot batons and advanced polymer clubs, which I could see costing more, it probably should have been listed as 0-1000cr. Thats the way I'm going to house rule it.
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June 11, 2016 1:15 pm UTC
The price is indeed high. Adventures .pdf cost $8.99 here, and you got a lot more usable content. On this .pdf sheet, only the 4 pages of a table are usable. I don't want to discredit the art, but the main purpose here is to have helpful tables. Beyond that the .pdf useless. The print version of this product is a completely different product.
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Michael L January 23, 2016 7:22 pm UTC
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I was wondering if it is the same size as the 1st edition screen. I can justify paying the $12 if I can just print out the updated information and put it in my old screen.
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Robert D January 23, 2016 9:26 pm UTC
Personally I don't see how anyone can justify paying $12 for a pdf screen...waaaaay overpriced!
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Michael L January 24, 2016 1:47 am UTC
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It is a bit high for a PDF, but for me it's more a question of paying $15-20 for a new screen and having the old one sit on the shelf, or save a few bucks and get more use out of the old screen after a little glue stick/tape/paperclip work.
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robert I January 24, 2016 5:41 pm UTC
13 pages would be more of a small folder w/sheet protectors
the best customizable screens only hold 8 pages
you can still use your old screen as a screen and make a folder of charts
my plan is to cut and paste from the pdf and place in a folder w/ sheet protectors
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January 22, 2016 9:12 pm UTC
Yeah, as Pierre S says, $12.00 for a 13 page item that's mostly tables from the core book might be really pushing it.
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Robert D January 22, 2016 2:55 am UTC
I have to support Pierre S on this - crazy price for a pdf GM screen!
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Pierre S January 21, 2016 4:12 pm UTC
That much for just a .pdf of a referee screen? Check your pricing.
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chris D January 22, 2016 5:21 am UTC
Yeah this is a bit much for a digital version. I would expect to pay this much for print copy.
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Robert D January 22, 2016 5:44 am UTC
Further, they made it in profile instead of landscape. While that's fine it isn't the most common format these days...not likely to be very useful if it isn't provided in a POD format.
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Tamas I January 22, 2016 10:32 am UTC
Yes, it's probably a better idea to call it Ref Sheets instead of Referee's Screen.
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Rich N January 22, 2016 6:32 pm UTC
That is a bit nuts since you can get the very awesome hardcover version of the screen for the first edition from Amazon for $15!
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Pierre S June 08, 2016 8:10 pm UTC
It looks like they heard our pleas and cut the price on the .pdf. Good!
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Robert D June 09, 2016 2:20 am UTC
Er, no, it's still $12 and it's still too damn expensive for a pdf. It seems Mongoose are determined to charge exorbitant prices for this version of Traveller.
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Pierre S June 23, 2016 1:35 pm UTC
It looks like the price for the .pdf started at US$20, not $12.
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Robert D June 23, 2016 2:23 pm UTC
Pretty sure it started at $12. A lot of companies do this to make it look like you're getting a good deal - in this case you're not.
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Silver seller
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Rule System(s)
Pages
13
ISBN
978-1-908460-57-8
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MGP40005
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