Series: Classic Traveller Adventure

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Classic Traveller: The Short Adventures by Marc Miller
Traveller Adventure 1: Kinunir by Marc Miller1
Research Station Gamma (Traveller Adventure 2) by Marc W. Miller2
Twilight's Peak (Traveller Adventure 3) by Marc W. Miller3
Leviathan (Traveller Adventure 4) by Bob McWilliams4
Trillion Credit Squadron (Traveller Adventure 5) by Marc W. Miller5
Broadsword (Traveller Adventure 7) by Loren K. Wiseman7
Traveller Adventure 10: Safari Ship by Marc Miller10
Traveller Adventure 11: Murder on Arcturus Station by J. Andrew Keith11
Traveller Adventure 12: Secret of the Ancients by Marc Miller12
Classic Traveller: Classic Adventures by Marc Miller1-13
Traveller Double Adventure 1 : Shadows / Annic Nova by Marc W. MillerDouble Adventure 1
Across the Bright Face/Mission on Mithril (Traveller Double Adventure 2) by Marc W. MillerDouble Adventure 2
Death Station/The Argon Gambit (Traveller Double Adventure 3) by Marc W. MillerDouble adventure 3
Double Adventure 4: Marooned / Marooned Alone by Loren K. WisemanDouble Adventure 4
Traveller Double Adventure 5: The Chamax Plague / Horde by J. Andrew KeithDouble Adventure 5
Traveller Double Adventure 6: Divine Intervention / Night of Conquest by Lawrence SchickDouble Adventure 6
A Plague of Perruques / Stranded on ArdenDouble Adventure 7

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  1. Traveller Adventure 8: Prison Planet by Erik Wilson (1982)
  2. Supplement 1: 1001 Characters by Game Designers' Workshop (1978)
  3. Rescue Run by Colin Dunn
  4. The Solomani Rim (Traveller Supplement 10) by John Harshman (1982)
  5. Traveller Book 6: Scouts by Frank Chadwick (1983)
  6. The Primal Order by Peter Adkison (1992)
  7. New Faces by Jonathan Tweet (1992)
  8. Carse: Urban Aid for Fantasy Roleplaying (Midkemia) by Stephen Abrams (1986)
  9. TORG, The Nile Empire: Sourcebook of Pulp Reality by Ray et al. Winninger (1990)
  10. Harnmaster by N. Robin Crossby (1985)
  11. Delta Green: Targets of Opportunity by Warren Banks (2010)
  12. Delta Green: Eyes Only by Dennis Detwiller (2007)
  13. DSR3: Veiled Alliance by Allen Varney (1992)
  14. Stunning Eldritch Tales by Robin D. Laws (2008)
  15. Droyne (Traveller Alien Module 5) by J. Andrew Keith (1985)

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