This is the original text of the 1981 edition of Classic Traveller based on page image Scans.
It includes Books 1-2-3, with errata and corrections inserted (where possible; and additional material in an errata appendix). This text is essentially an errata corrected edition faithful to the original Classic Traveller of the early 1980's.
The PDF has been OCR'ed. Margins are upgraded to 6x9 (from 5-1/2... [click here for more]
The Traveller Book consolidated the core rules (Books 1-2-3) into a single 8.5 x 11 book and added additional material on how-to-play the game. It also added the short adventures Shadows (from Double Adventure 1) and Exit Visa. 160 pages.
Classic Traveller (indeed, all of the Traveller editions including later editions) was inducted into the Adventure Gaming Hall... [click here for more]
Manhunt is an adventure module for MegaTraveller which takes your players on a quest for the legendary Victory Belt, an asteroid belt consisting entirely of the rare and expensive element onnesium-118. Only the basic three-volume MegaTraveller rules set is required to play Manhunt, and the referee should familiarize herself with both those rules and this module before play... [click here for more]
Starship Geomorphs 2.0
Interior deckplans for starshipos and other structures in Traveller.
Designed around the Traveller role playing game, the geomorphs in this book provide deckplans and interior layouts for a wide variety of situations: starships, space stations, buildings, and strange structures. Consistent with the geomorph name, they may be tiled or assembled to create locations... [click here for more]
The Atlas of the Imperium: Second Survey is a compilation of starmaps showing the broad expanse of the Imperium and nearby sectors in Charted Space. More than 50 sectors (of 16 subsectors each) show the star systems of the empire and many star systems which border it as well.
The maps of the Atlas are intended as a navigational guide. Data on star systems shows the information necessary to allow interstellar... [click here for more]
Award-winning reviewer Shannon Appelcline (Designers & Dragon) investigates the science-fiction literature that shaped the structure and content of the Traveller science-fiction role-playing game. He reviews and discusses the broad expanse of SF that influenced Marc Miller as he designed the massive background universe of Traveller, and then gives equal consideration to the... [click here for more]