[Freelance Traveller] June 2015 Has Been Posted!

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[Freelance Traveller] June 2015 Has Been Posted!

Postby FreeTrav » Sun Jun 07, 2015 2:30 am

The June 2015 issue of Freelance Traveller has been posted for download!
This month's featured article is Michael Tumey's Neptune Station, in the Multimedia Gallery. Plans for each deck of each of five domes are included, totalling a big 25 pages (out of this issue's total of 48 - almost double a normal issue, and for a single month, at that!)

(Neptune Station is also available for Virtual Tabletop roleplaying from DriveThruRPG - it's at a larger scale, too.)

We've also got some of our normal fare accompanying Neptune Station, including an adventure, a review, a character profile, the next part of Funny Fish, rules for refereeing tornados (based on last issue's storm rules) and another Prep Room, this one for making scratch-off maps.

Download it from the usual location, and enjoy!

http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/

Perma-link to this issue:

http://www.freelancetraveller.com/magazine/2015-06/
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Re: [Freelance Traveller] June 2015 Has Been Posted!

Postby Easterner » Sun Jun 07, 2015 11:21 pm

New cover but seems to be April/May content.
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Re: [Freelance Traveller] June 2015 Has Been Posted!

Postby ShawnDriscoll » Mon Jun 08, 2015 12:19 am

Easterner wrote:New cover but seems to be April/May content.
The second link is the one.
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Re: [Freelance Traveller] June 2015 Has Been Posted!

Postby JRoss » Mon Jun 08, 2015 3:26 pm

Cool scratch-off maps. I find that a heavy coating of graphite over indelible ink erases easily for the same effect.
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