ⓘ Traveller Supplement 6: 76 Patrons

                                     

ⓘ Traveller Supplement 6: 76 Patrons

William A. Barton reviewed 76 Patrons in The Space Gamer No. 36. Barton commented that "even if the referee finds it necessary to a lot of tinkering with the scenarios as presented, 76 Patrons should prove a useful addition to the Traveller referees tools-of-the-trade in creating interesting role-playing encounters."

                                     
  • with multiple editions of Traveller RPG. They are inspired by the Supplement 1: 1001 Characters and Supplement 6 76 Patrons books by GDW and the 101 Vehicles
  • 1979 Supplement 4 - Citizens of the Imperium, by Marc Miller 1979 Supplement 5 - Lightning Class Cruisers, by GDW 1980 Supplement 6 - 76 Patrons by Loren
  • locals have the first - mover advantage and could secure a large number of patrons As of today, PassApp is seen as an able competitor for the Singapore - based
  • Designers Workshop s award - winning Traveller sci - fi RPG. Universe co - developer Gerry Klug who was an experienced Traveller referee set out to fix all
  • ritual roles. In the New Year rites, for example, an opossum traveller introduces the patron of the incoming year. Similarly, in the Paris Codex, a turkey
  • island San Cristobal, after Saint Christopher, his patron saint and the patron hallow of travellers New studies suggest that Columbus named the island
  • in London in 2011, a biscuit that Shackleton gave a starving fellow traveller on the 1907 1909 Nimrod expedition sold for 1250. That same year, on
  • long - distance footpath, follows the probable route of early Christian travellers making their way from Ireland to the Continent. Rather than risk the difficult
  • for 49.1 per cent of total economic output. The vast majority of casino patrons are tourists from mainland China, making up 68 per cent of all visitors
  • the last 150 - 200 years. Schools for the young have historically been supplemented with advanced training for priests, bureaucrats and specialists. Starting
  • Ceremonial David Kemp The Pleasures and Treasures of Britain: A Discerning Traveller s Companion p.141 Kingston, Jeff. The Tokyo envoys: Englishmen in Japan
  • p. 6 The Guardian Wonderful Adventures: How did Mary Seacole come to be viewed as a pioneer of modern nursing? Times Literary Supplement 6 December