Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Getting stuff from Amazon UK. Got some USB memory sticks for staff to keep backup copies of their work. Got a replacement battery for my adopted Dell Laptop (750MHz Pentium III, 512MB RAM) but they sent the wrong battery. When things settle down I'll be back to my routine of answering phones will working my way through the book Learning Perl. Tomorrow I hope to buy a copy of Traveller Supplement 9: Campaign Guide.

At the moment I have just started recover from another splitting headache. I am going to be receiving some new glasses soon and I hope that will cure the headaches.

Bought Traveller : Campaign Guide and received a replacement copy of Secrets of the Ancients. Am gradually winding things down so I can prepare for a new Traveller campaign.

Had a massive spring clean of my house – thank you, P and P. Took a spare desk to Contact – thank you PC.


Kurt said...

I'm considering the Traveller Campaign supplement for solo play. How well do you think it will work?

Does it set up encounters, space and planetary encounters with who and how many?

What I'm looking for, is there enough info that can be rolled up with out having to use a lot of imagination/preperation to play an encounter?


Ian said...

I've been busy and unable to read much of the Traveller Campaign Guide.
The best place to ask this question would be http://forum.mongoosepublishing.com/

From what I can make out, it is designed to run a typical Traveller campaign with as little GM effort required. You'll need to know the Core Rule Book and the Campaign Guide, though.

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