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Foreven Worlds Creatures of Distant Worlds Table of Contents

Now that tax day as well as a few personal days is behind us, I am getting back into the groove of working on at JBE full time again. Today I am sharing with you something I wanted to post right when the book first came out. Today I am sharing with you the full table of contents of the Foreven Worlds: Creatures of Distant Worlds so you can get an idea… Read More

Foreven Worlds Creatures of Distant Worlds

Beyond the Imperium, unknown creatures await unwitting explorers. Even in established civilizations, devious politicians and gangsters keep dangerous pets to show off their status. On frontier outposts, scarcely documented plants and animals attack any who threaten their habitats and food sources. With Foreven Worlds: Creatures of Distant Worlds, you’ll have a new monster to throw at your players no matter where they go. This 29-page book features more than 60 new creature… Read More

Foreven Worlds Creatures of Distant Worlds

Next week sees the release of our long awaited book Foreven Worlds: Creatures of Distant Worlds. This 29-page book of monster for you to shoot up turned out exceptionally well and we are truly proud of it. We hope that you enjoy the creatures inside this book as much as we loved creating them for you. I personally consider myself first and foremost a monster creator so this was a labor of… Read More

If you thought rats were difficult to kill without of a rat trap, imagine one that can talk to others of its kind telepathically. It can be a look out, warn others of impending danger, call for help, and much more. Larger, more powerful psirats can even detect the thoughts of other creatures, warning them to active dangers instead of merely potential threats. Nuisance does not even begin to cover these creatures…. Read More

Foreven Worlds Creatures of Distant Worlds

When we finally travel to different solar systems, one of the lifeforms we are expecting to find are called snottites. They are a glob of single-celled organisms that dissolve rocks and other mineral deposits for substance. It gets its name from the fact that it has a consistency close to snot. That is perfect for a game that is closer to hard science fiction like Traveller, except snot is not all that… Read More

Doing an update to the original Creatures of Distant Worlds has been on my agenda since the release of MGT2e. While I have been working on it a little here and there since then, I have been hard at work on it for a few weeks and are pleased to announce that Foreven Worlds: Creatures of Distant Worlds will be released very soon. But before that happens, I just thought I would… Read More

It has been a very long time since we posted anything Traveller related on our website, let alone published anything. Short of the long, we are working on it. With Pathfinder ending it required us to throw out our whole schedule and quickly adjust. Fortunately we are almost done with our last 1e Pathfinder project and then we can go back to Traveller. And to show how much I love this game,… Read More

I want to take a break from our usual Monster Wednesday for a moment and discuss the reasons to use monsters in Traveller. In games of fantasy like D&D and Pathfinder, using monsters is fairly obvious. In cases like lions and owlbears, it is a case of survival, a man vs nature story. For orcs and goblins, they are a stand in for uncivilized humans in a non-magical world. When it comes… Read More

Quite literally, the first writing I did for Traveller was making monsters. I wanted to make a small monster book useful to all Traveller GMs. That book helped Jon Brazer Enterprises become what it is today. While its beginnings are humble it is still a great monster books. Today, I would like to share with you an update to one of the monsters from that book: ice goliaths. Previously I shared the… Read More

Every Wednesday, we have a new monster here at JonBrazer.com, and we are making sure that at least one of these creatures every month is for the Traveller Roleplaying Game. Last month we had the paskrin, a creature that chews on the power cables of a ship, which everyone just LOVES!!!! Today we are taking a look at giant ants. So many times in science fiction, we encounter creatures that are familiar… Read More