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Far future universes need machines and technology that makes the average spacefarer’s life easier. Everything from the robots to computers to weaponry and vehicles, the future should feel exciting with tech everywhere. Ideal for any setting, Mech Tech ‘n’ bot is your supplement series to making your game feel futuristic. Battle Dress 1 presents four all new battle dress for soldiers, military units and private owners: the Krieg designed for heavy weapons… Read More

Far future universes need machines and technology that makes the average spacefarer’s life easier. Everything from the robots to computers to weaponry and vehicles, the future should feel exciting with tech everywhere. Ideal for any setting, Mech Tech ‘n’ bot is your supplement series to making your game feel futuristic. Every spaceport buzzes with tech. Security bots, weapons scanners, repair drones, and mechanized casino workers. With your players skipping around from planet… Read More

A Scanning Robot with Argon Cooled Twin Gatling Guns. We at MechBot, the primary name in robotics, brings you the Titan. Designed for customs inspection independent of human assistance, it boards an arriving ship and scans for radiation and narcotics. Should it encounter trouble, the crew must answer to the Titan’s two 120 round magazines spraying into the air through a pair of rotating barrels at a high rate. The Titan can… 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

Starting July 20th, Jon Brazer Enterprises brings you Mech Tech ‘n’ bot, a new line focused on futuristic technology. Each 4 page issue brings you exciting, settingless computers, robots, drones and mechs for your Traveller-based game. The first issue titled Everyday Machines brings you machines for your players to interact with on a regular basis. Included within is a holographic armband computer, a steward robot, a household servant, a multi-purpose drone and… Read More