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Traveller Character Generator Game

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I did it but then remembered that I don't know how to screenshot ::(:.

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1 hour ago, David Brawley said:

Go to this site, and part the first character you generate!

 

Part the character?  With a cutlass, maybe? :blink::lol:

 

Well, my character had obviously heard about survival rolls and decided to get out as soon as possible.

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1 hour ago, alchemist said:

 

Part the character?  With a cutlass, maybe? :blink::lol:

 

Well, my character had obviously heard about survival rolls and decided to get out as soon as possible.

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Ha!! 

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Merchant 4th Officer John Dubois A75759 Age 26

2 terms Cr61,000 Skills: Electronics-1, Large Watercraft-1, Pilot-1, Steward-1

 

 

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Merchants.

Enlistment accepted.

Commissioned during first term of service.

Manditory reenlistment for second term.

Denied reenlistment after second term.

 

no promotions then effectively kicked out of the merchants. 

I wonder what he elfed up? 

 

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† Scout Stanisław Watanabe 966A8A

Age 22

1 term

 

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Scouts.

Enlistment accepted.

Death in service.

 

:rolleyes:

 

Probably a rockslide started by an unfriendly alien.

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Scout Thaddaeus Zhang 9448B7 Age 34
4 terms Cr150,000
Skills: Air/Raft-2, Electronics-2, Jack-o-T-1, Mechanical-2, Medical-1,
Navigation-1, Pilot-1
Service History:
Attempted to enlist in Scouts.
Enlistment accepted.
Voluntarily reenlisted for second term.
Voluntarily reenlisted for third term.
Voluntarily reenlisted for fourth term.
Denied reenlistment after fourth term.

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† Scout Noam Weber 896886 Age 22

1 term

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Marines.

Enlistment denied.

Drafted into scouts.

Death in service.

 

Pretty short career. 

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My character loved enlisting?

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I like this one better: 

 

Army Lt Colonel Gabriel Wagner 3A8AB9 Age 38

5 terms Cr32,000

Skills: Bayonet-1, Electronics-2, Mechanical-1, Rifle-3, SMG-2, Tactics-2, Wheeled Vehicle-1

Benefits: 4,000/yr Retirement Pay, High Passage, Low Passage, Middle Passage

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Army.

Enlistment accepted.

Commissioned during first term of service.

Promoted to Captain.

Voluntarily reenlisted for second term.

Voluntarily reenlisted for third term.

Promoted to Major.

Voluntarily reenlisted for fourth term.

Promoted to Lt Colonel.

Voluntarily reenlisted for fifth term.

Denied reenlistment after fifth term.

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That... did not go well:

 

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It appears that scouts have a pretty high mortality rate.

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4 hours ago, David Brawley said:

https://devilghost.com/software/travellercharacter/

Go to this site, and post  the first character you generate!

 

I'm curious his many of you survive...

I will give it a whirl. Maybe dodgy on a mobile. 

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Posted (edited)

Dodgy it was. Hard to capture the whole thing. 

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I reduced the resolution by half before posting it. ~1450x755 pixels. 

Edited by TGP
Why does it spell mechanical as mechianical? British spelling?
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Merchant 4th Officer Harper Lin 955974 Age 22 1 term Cr26,000 Skills: Bribery-1, Jack-o-T-1, Pilot-1

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Merchants.

Enlistment accepted.

Commissioned during first term of service.

Chose not to reenlist after first term.

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It took about~20 tries to get a scout that lived. 

______________

 

Classic Traveller Character Generator

 

Scout Brom Rodríguez    855658   

Age 30

3 terms                       

Cr130,000

 

Skills: Electronics-1, Jack-o-T-2, Laser Carbine-1, Navigation-1, Pilot-1, Vacc Suit-1

 

Service History:

Attempted to enlist in Scouts.

Enlistment accepted.

Voluntarily reenlisted for second term.

Voluntarily reenlisted for third term.

Chose not to reenlist after third term.

 

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