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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Some creatures live on distant worlds. Others exist in the vacuum of space. Yet there are other creatures that thrive in the pocket dimension of jump space. These being of pure energy fly through a ship’s hull perhaps unaware of those they encounter. Or perhaps they feel the invaders of their dimension make an excellent snack. Their motives are beyond those of physical beings, but all that is known is that they… Read More

Certain problems I love to have. To many good ideas is my current problem. Here are some of the ideas rattling around in my head at the moment. A monster series for Pathfinder (the bestiary is coming out a full month after the core book so why not produce some monsters for players to encounter in the interrim), a ship book for Traveller, a Foreven sourcebook, my own far future campaign setting… Read More

The Character Datafile from Jon Brazer Enterprises takes your character light years beyond the ordinary one page sheet and keeps you one jump ahead of the common player. Inside this 16 page premium campaign character folio you will discover: Tools to capture your characters unique personality, look, and stats Expanded pages for skills and equipment as well as credit/debt tallies Special sections for psionics, ship operations and mass combat Space to record… Read More

Later this week, Jump Angels and Demons makes it debut as the 7th release in the Creatures of Distant Worlds series for the Traveller RPG. So you’re probably asking, “What the heck is a Jump Angel or Jump Demon? This is Science Fiction for crying out loud, not Dungeons and Dragons.” ┬áThat’s a very good question, allow me to provide some background. Jump Angels and Demons draw on three major sources of… Read More

Recently I ran a game of Traveller for the TrapCast podcast crew. If you’re not listening to their show, I highly recommend giving them a listen. Their humor at times is “off-color” but is still quite enjoyable. And yes, Jenn actually did spend quite a bit of time coloring the ship during the game.

I’ve been away form the computer for a while. Second vacation with my daughter this summer. In that time, I’ve been thinking and planning much about Traveller. Nothing I can talk about yet since plans are little than a kernal of an idea at the moment. but I think I am ready for the next step. It does however mean a shift in the way I’ve been running the company to date…. Read More

Jon Brazer Enterprises is pleased to announce the release of the first issue in the Mech, Tech ‘n’ bot series: Everyday Robots 1. This issue contains the Janel series of service robots, the Herc family of drones and mechs, the Inertia 5 holographic computer/communicator and more. Each machine populates your far future Traveller campaign with suitable technology, helping your players immerse themselves in your setting. Download Everyday Robots 1 today at DriveThruRPG…. Read More

On distant worlds in the deepest regions of space, unknown creatures await unwitting explorers. Close to home, devious politicians and gangsters lure native wild life to carry out their dirty work while maintaining denyability. On a frontier outpost, primitive life forms walk the uninhabited regions hoping claim the civilized place as their new home. Be prepared no matter where your players go. Be ready with the Creatures of Distant Worlds. Spiked Scorpions… Read More

With Mech Tech ‘n’ bot launching next week, Jon Brazer Enterprises is displaying one of the images from that first issue. The “Janel” series of robot comes with software ideal for high class bars, restaurants, and other eating establishments and can be found in the homes of the elite and cruise liners. This life-like robot, drawn by J. Cox, is a popular model throughout known space. Look for Mech Tech ‘n’ bot:… Read More

Last week, EscapePod.org posted its 200th episode. 200 podcasts. Plus their flash fiction pieces and reviews. The best part is that they are excellent pieces of short fiction. These are some of the best stories published to date read for you with clean audio recording. The podcast mostly focuses on science fiction, but in their early days they also had fantasy and horror as well. Since then they spun off those into… Read More