By " several sheets of deckplans" you mean, of course, "a stack of deckplans as thick as the Muncie phone book. I think I have them all now. The hardest one for me to run down was Fifth Frontier War , which I would like to play some day as an adjunct to a Traveller campaign set during the war. You do know that you can get the Lightning Class Cruisers supplement as a reprint from Far Future Enterprises, don't you? Yes, I have a copy, but it's not the same as having the whole box with the counters and the deckplans. Very true
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By " several sheets of deckplans" you mean, of course, "a stack of deckplans as thick as the Muncie phone book. I think I have them all now. The hardest one for me to run down was Fifth Frontier War , which I would like to play some day as an adjunct to a Traveller campaign set during the war. You do know that you can get the Lightning Class Cruisers supplement as a reprint from Far Future Enterprises, don't you?
Yes, I have a copy, but it's not the same as having the whole box with the counters and the deckplans. Very true I bought a copy of Snapshot recently for just that reason.
I had this in High School and it was glorious. I got to have one "big gift" for Christmas each year and this was what I wanted. Classic, classic stuff.
I gave all of it away when I was in college, and the kid I gave it too the little brother of my then girlfriend cherished it and, I believe, still has my copy.
He curates his huge collection of RPGs online frequently. I am happy to see this post because it goes a long way towards explaining just how iconic this box really was. Bought this the week it came out back in the dark ages and still have it. It was an amazing game.
Part wargame, part RPG supplement, it was astounding at both. The book was full of adventure hooks and plot ideas and we made a lot of use of those deckplans. Great stuff. Maybe you should suggest it as a stretch goal for the Traveller 5 Kickstarter? The other three "Environment" books are easy to find, but the arctic one was a seriously limited print run from an obscure publisher and I think it was the only product they ever produced.
Pretty much all my "white whale" products are Traveller related these days. Tarsus and Imperium being at the top of the list currently. I have owned AHL for many years I have owned AHL for many years, but have never actually played it Ardwulf June 13, at AM.
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Lightning class Frontier Cruiser
Comments: The class was the result of an Imperial requirement for a new, heavily armed, highly mobile, fleet intruder. The class proved especially useful in the closing days of the Solomani Rim War to The Azhanti High Lightning class ship is built on a 60, ton hull assembled in orbit. As a military ship , the major purpose of the ship is as a weapons carrier. The ship is built around three tubes; a spinal mount weapons tube, and a twin small craft launch tubes , Distributed along the dorsal and ventral surfaces are twenty-four fifty-ton bays.
Azhanti High Lightning
Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection. Shrink Wrapped. Still in the original factory shrink wrap, with condition visible through shrink noted. For example, "SW NM " means shrink wrapped in near-mint condition.
The title represents the name of the fictional starship that provides the game's setting. The game, designed by Frank Chadwick and Marc Miller ,  is a combat game set in the Traveller universe, and was developed from Snapshot , a game of starship boarding and room-to-room fighting. Each turn, representing 15 seconds, is subdivided into six phases. In the first phase, players secretly write orders for each counter, each of which has a six points to expend on actions during the remaining five action phases.