Classic Traveller

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Traveller (role-playing Game) - Publishing History - Editions - Mongoose Traveller (2008, Mongoose Publishing)
... Publishing produced a major revision of the original Classic Traveller game, offering it both in a traditional format and as an open-source SRD around which other games may be built ... It largely stems from, and rewrites, Classic Traveller, using a form of the 2D6 task system, and updating the careers, aliens, and technology found there ... The basic starship design system, while resembling Classic Traveller, actually has more in common with Traveller5, even to the point of sharing the basic drive systems ...
Traveller (role-playing Game) - Task Systems
... The various incarnations of Traveller each have a task system which was used whenever a character encountered a task that required a random resolution to determine success or failure ... Classic Traveller, MegaTraveller, and Mongoose Traveller In Classic Traveller, a roll of 8+ is typically seen as a success, but there is no standardized table of DMs ... Classic Traveller later formalized a Universal Task Profile (UTP) — a standard set of target numbers with Difficulty Levels, such as Routine (7+), Difficult (11+), and Formidable (15+) ...

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