|Traveller: Career Book 1
An enhancement for the Mongoose variant of Traveller.
Publisher's blurb: "Career Book 1 includes eight new careers for use in your Traveller game or campaign!
- Adventurer: Having crossed sectors in your search, you finally locate the ancient device inscribed with alien writing. Travel, excitement, danger, ancient artefacts. This is why your patron pays you such good money!
- Bounty Hunter: Any one. Any where. Any time. Dead or alive. For the right price.
- Clergy: Bringing the message to the faithless, you carry out your work amongst both rich and the poor, saving souls and helping others to see the light.
- Colonist: Chancing it all on a barren rock out in the middle of nowhere, if you find it, it's got your name on the claim.
- Corporate Citizen: A hustler, a mover, a shaker, you make the big money decisions that keep the financial markets running like clockwork.
- Militant Religious: When your god calls you to arms to convert the faithless, no task is too big and no goal too high. Your efforts will be rewarded in the afterlife!
- Space Patrol: The Space Patrol deals with everything from docking bay infractions and dangerous orbital maneuvers to smugglers and pirates. Make sure you have your Pilot license with you!
- Worker: The common man, Joe Plumber, no less, doing the essential jobs that no-one else wants to do.
"Pre-Generated Characters: Now with 40 pre-generated characters, three from each of the eight new careers, plus 12 multi-career characters (generated using both the Traveller Main Book and Career Book 1) - all pre-generated and ready for when you need characters in a hurry!
"Inside you'll also find expanded Mishap and Events tables for eight of the core careers in the Traveller Main Book, including the Psion career in this enhanced edition, along with two alternative Life and Unusual Events tables for use during character generation."
Author: Richard Hazlewood
Publishers' Reference: SP0101
Paperback, 36 pages
Date: October 2008
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Product page last updated: 1 March 2009