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Mongoose Traveller: Fiddler’s Green

Fiddler's Green

A brawl on a backwater planet, and the party is stuck in the middle of it!

Publisher's blurb: "Bularia: A backwater world just beyond the Imperium. Far from the central hub of society, small enclaves of civilization huddle around water sources, connected by a vast transcontinental railroad. When the outback explodes into violence, the Travellers are caught in the middle with no way out.

"The Bularia Mounted Constabulary: Part cavalry force, part police service, they are the guardians of society, the bringers of law and order in the vast outback. Outnumbered and outgunned, they are the only chance for hundreds of innocents caught up in the fighting.

"Fiddler's Green: A legendary place on the road to hell, where dead cavalrymen dismount to spend eternity with their lost comrades.

"A Call to Adventure: Fiddler's Green is a complete adventure for Traveller written by Martin J Dougherty, author of the Spinward Marches sourcebook. It also details the world of Bularia and the political situation there, creating many additional possibilities for adventure.

"Mount Up... and take a stand against murderous rebels bent on destroying everything in their path. Hold the line and protect the innocent, or plunge into the fight with pistol and saber. And when all hope is gone, and you're dying in some forgotten corner of the outback, you know what to do. Just put your pistol to your head... and go to Fiddler's Green."

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Author: Martin J Dougherty
Publishers' Reference: MPDF0002
ISBN: n/a
PDF, 44 pages
Date: April 2009

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Product page last updated: 13 June 2015