Traveller RPG: The Journal of the Travellers Aid Society

A project in Swindon, UK by Matthew Sprange

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The Journal of the Traveller's Aid Society returns, in a brand new full colour, slipcase format.
Backers: 901
Average Pledge Per Backer: £71

Funded: £64,324 of £15,000
Dates: Mar 8th -> Apr 7th (30 days)
Project By: Matthew Sprange
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Latest News

New Articles Must Flow

April 3rd - via:
Good afternoon, fellow Travellers! As I type, Volume Two is being laid out, and we will start locking contents lists for the other volumes next week. I mentioned before that we were using a blend of original/re-written articles from the classic... (Read More)

Six Volumes! What is Next?

April 1st - via:
Good afternoon, fellow Travellers! With 5 days to go, we are on the final straight of the JTAS Kickstarter project, and it has just exceeded our greatest wishes when we started - another stretch goal has fallen, which means you will all be getting... (Read More)

A Week to Go!

March 29th - via:
Good morning, fellow Travellers! Things are very exciting at the moment - it looks like we are just a stone's throw away from a glorious 6-volume slipcase for the Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society! Thank you all for your support thus far, we are... (Read More)

The Original Editor

March 22nd - via:
Good morning, fellow Travellers! As I type, Sandrine is putting outriggers onto the Aquatic ATV, ensuring 37% less drownings when you take it out onto a large lake... Marc Miller, the father of Traveller, has also been watching the JTAS project... (Read More)

Halfway Point(ish)

March 21st - via:
Good morning, fellow Travellers! We are almost at the halfway point of the JTAS Kickstarter, and we have been busy beavering away on the growing number of volumes for the slipcase - currently standing at five volumes, with a sixth just a stone's... (Read More)

JTAS - One Week In

March 14th - via:
Good afternoon, fellow Travellers! We have quite an update for you today, so grab yourself a coffee and read on... Stretch Goals First up - congratulations everyone! Another stretch goal has been unlocked and you will now be getting five (five!)... (Read More)

Funded, and with Four Volumes!

March 11th - via:
Good afternoon, fellow Travellers! Apologies for being a little tardy with this update - Monday mornings tend to be our busiest time of the week, as we catch up with everything that happened over the weekend. And what a weekend, eh?  The Journal of... (Read More)

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