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Save Big with the ‘Traveller4’ Bundle of Holding

Traveller4 Milieu 0Bundle of Holding have begun their latest RPG PDF savings extravaganza and this time around it’s the 4th edition of Marc Miller’s Traveller. You can get your hands on plenty of classic 1990’s science fiction adventure for a starting price of $14.95. Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) will be donated to this offer’s designated charity, the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

About the bundle:

Adventurer! This Traveller4 Bundle presents the 1996 Fourth Edition of the star-spanning tabletop roleplaying game Traveller. Originally published in 1996-97 by Imperium Games, Marc Miller’s Traveller is set in “Milieu 0,” the earliest years of the Third Imperium interstellar empire. This all-new T4 offer gives you everything you need to venture out from Core Sector in your scout ship (or your battle squadron) to recontact the Pocket Empires lost in the Long Night.

For just US$14.95 you get all six titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $70) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including the complete Marc Miller’s Traveller core rulebook (plus the Traveller4 Game Screen); the ship design guides Fire, Fusion, & Steel (the T4 version) and Naval Architect’s Manual; the Central Supply Catalog equipment guide; and the setting guide to the Third Imperium’s beginnings, Milieu 0.

And if you pay more than the threshold price of $25.96, you’ll level up and also get our entire Bonus Collection with seven more supplements and adventures worth an additional $70, including Greg Porter’s weapons guide Emperor’s Arsenal; the Pocket Empires guide that lets you own and operate your own star system; the fleet action guide Imperial Squadrons; Psionic Institutes; the two-part adventure Long Way Home and Gateway; and the nine-adventure collection Anomalies.

These .PDFs are decent image scans of the original 1990s hardcopies. Text is always clear and usually copiable, though a few books have background graphics that interfered with the OCR (optical character recognition).

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