I highly recommend these web sites if you're looking for Traveller info on
the Web. Since this list has grown, I've decided to break it down by category.
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- Traveller Wiki:
The all-encompassing, official repository of Traveller knowledge.
- Freelance Traveller:
A collection of fan-based material maintained by Jeff Zeitlin.
- SFRPG: A
collection of forums where Traveller (and other sci-fi rpg) fans can talk about
the game and the publishers of the products of the game.
- The Missouri Archive:
Compiled by Joe Heck, this is a vast collection of material from the first four
incarnations of Traveller.
Dog: Hugh Foster's Traveller website contains starships, deck plans, his
version of Foreven sector, and "The Traveller Warbook".
- The History of Imperium
Working Group: (Site down 2021)
Basically, an organization whose purpose was to expand upon
Traveller. Although now officially defunct, it still has worthwhile material
posted. There were branches of the HIWG, but all are gone as far as I can tell.
- Skaran.net by Antony Farrell:
Starships, artwork, Banners sector, and United Worlds Commonwealth
Campaign, a Traveller variant universe utilizing stargates for FTL travel.
- The Vyborg
Campaign by Antti Lahtinen: Good site for TNE gearheads. Antti has
developed several FF&S design spreadsheets which are extremely helpful.
Where To Buy Traveller
- The Zhodani Base by Per-Olof
Bergstedt: Contains Foreven sector info, an adventure, ships, equipment, a
java-based chat room for Traveller, and various Traveller polls. He's also
added a Galactic-based sector
index map of the CT universe and the
- Map of Charted Space by
Joshua Bell: A clickable map with search functionality. Lists allegiance
codes, world names, starports, gas giants, bases, and trade routes (data
permitting). Inspired by the CT Atlas of the Imperium and Google Maps.
- Stellar Reaches:
A collection of fan-based material maintained by Jason Kemp.
Publishing: Marc Miller made them top banana so they're calling the
shots now. They've got a full line of material for the reboot of the CT era
- Marc Miller's Traveller Web
Site: The game's founder has stayed busy, putting out T5 and bundling
old stuff on CD-ROM.
- DriveThruRPG.com: Offering
Traveller pdfs from GDW, FFE, Mongoose, and a whole host of start up
As much as the site has gone downhill by bleeding sellers with fees and removing
negative feedback options, it's still the best place to find rare stuff in
terms of selection and price. That link will bring you up the search results for
"Traveller" in their "RPG/Science Fiction" section. I'm on the lookout for
better site. In the meantime, you can try the slim pickings at
- Noble Knight Games: A web
site "dedicated to the buying and selling of out-of-print RPG's and Boardgames."
They've got a pretty good-sized catalog and they do a great job of packaging
your order. Definitely worth checking out. Online ordering available since 8/00.