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Mongoose Traveller: The Windermann Incident

The Windermann Incident

A chilly world plays host to an airship disaster, what can the party do to save the day?

Publisher's blurb: "Windermann: A cold water world just beyond the Imperial frontier. Windermann's far-flung settlements are linked by slow but reliable sea routes. For those wishing to travel with a little more speed, the airship service offers a safe and stylish alternative.

"The Handley Aviatrix: Held aloft and propelled by state-of-the-art airship technology, Handley Aviatrix is a cruise liner of the air. Plying between Pendleton in the arctic and slightly less chilly climes to the south, she is a fine craft with an experienced crew.

"Disaster Aloft! The voyage is interrupted by strangers with hostile intent. The crew are helpless and the airship is racing towards destruction. Armed only with their wits and what they can find aboard the Handley Aviatrix, the travellers must act fast if they are to save themselves. Failure means a choice between a long fall, a crash in the sea, an inferno... or possibly all three.

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

More when I get hold of a copy!

Book Details:
Author: Martin J Dougherty
Publishers' Reference: MPDF0012
ISBN: n/a
PDF, 69 pages
Date: May 2009

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Product page last updated: 13 June 2015