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The Charles S. Roberts Awards Hall of Fame, formally known as the Clausewitz Award Hall of Fame, is named after legendary military writer Carl von Clausewitz. The recipients of this award have... [click here for more]
Comprehensive Checklist for GDW and FFW titles on DTRPG
We have one of the largest collections of role-playing materials available through DriveThruRPG: so large, in fact, that its hard to know exactly what you want. Now, we have made it easier than ever with our Official Guides: comprehensive lists of the titles in our collections and overviews of the game systems.
Coverage... [click here for more]
After a hiatus for 2014, the Traveller Calendar is back for 2015.
The Traveller Calendar was the brain child of the late Andrew Boulton. It showcases the work of a dozen artists and features images set in the Traveller Universe. All the artists work for free and their profits go to a charity of choice. The last calendar was a tribute to Andrew Boulton as he passed away before it could be done. This... [click here for more]
Introduction ……………. Page 3
The Last Light Carrier …... Page 4
The Polish Brigade…….… Page 9
Looking for Something.… Page 11
Moscow’s Other Armies: ……Page 20
Freedom Class Container RORO Ships… Page 32
Nordic Sourcebook Vehicles …… Page 39
Red Dawn fanfic – Phantom vs. Foxbat………. Page 41
Operation Red Purchase, …...…Page 48 ... [click here for more]
Welcome… to the first new issue of Imperiallines in over 20 years.
The original Imperiallines was started by GDW (and editor John Meyers) in 1991 to focus on Traveller and as an adjunct to the more general Challenge Magazine. Intended to be only a few pages, whichever issue was current was included in the Traveller starter box sets. Two issues were produced... [click here for more]
Welcome… to Imperiallines: the Traveller5 Zine.
The original Imperiallines was started by GDW (and editor John Meyers) in 1991. Now a new edition of Traveller has emerged from the mind of Marc Miller. He calls it Traveller5, or T5, or just Traveller; it shares one important characteristic with the prior editions of Traveller:... [click here for more]