Conventions

Travcon 14 - limited places available - BOOK NOW!

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BITS is proud to announce their annual Traveller convention TRAVCON is running again over the weekend of 21-23 March 2014 at Redwings Lodge near Sawtry in Cambridgeshire (near the junction of the A1M and A14).

Once again we’ll be running Traveller games solidly from Friday evening through to Sunday afternoon. TravCon is a friendly convention with between 30 and 40 attendees, with 5 games slots across the weekend and 5 different games running in each slot, so there are plenty of opportunities for you to play different adventures with novel characters and make new friends. There will be the usual BITS sales stand, bring-and-buy, charity auction and awards (the Starburst for Extreme Heroism and the PFI – the latter for less fortunate adventure outcomes).

I’m looking forward to welcoming many of our regular attendees and we still have a couple of rooms free so, if YOU are interested in a weekend of Traveller gaming, please contact us at bits@bits.org.uk for details.

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DRAGONMEET 2013 - London, 7 December

Back here again for the 14th year in a row. Wow, must be a prosperous trade route.

“This is the crew of the
BITS Traveller, inbound towards Dragonmeet Station above the planet Kensington in the London system of the UK subsector. Systems seem nominal and we can confirm we are go for landing with both the demonstration and retail modules. Mission deployment, codename DRAGONMEET 2013, will commence on 7th December 2013. Let’s hope the natives are still friendly and the Imperial Credit hasn’t defaulted.”

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We’re pleased to announce that BITS will be attending Dragonmeet 2013 at The Kensington Town Hall in London on Saturday 7th December 2013. This is our fourteenth year at the show which is always a great event. We will be running demos and also have our trade stall. Come by and say hello and find out how we’re doing with the various projects...

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We also hope to be joined by Clare Eden from the Minister of Chance for the second year running.
 
Further information can be found at
http://www.dragonmeet.co.uk
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BITS at Conception

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BITS will be at Conception this week (Wed 30 – Sun 3 Feb), with trade stand, running games in every slot and supporting Traveller!

More details on the convention: http://www.conceptionuk.org/

As with previous years, we will be running using the new Mongoose Traveller ruleset.

When: 30 Jan to 3 Feb
Where: Hoburne Naish, Christchurch Road, New Milton, Hampshire, BH25 7RE (Sat Nav BH25 7QT)
What: We’ll have the trade stand and be running games as per previous years.
Link: http://www.conceptionuk.org/
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DRAGONMEET 2012 - London, 1 December

Is it really a year later? Did we misjump?

“This is the crew of the
BITS Traveller, inbound towards Dragonmeet Station above the planet Kensington in the London system of the UK subsector. Systems seem nominal and we can confirm we are go for landing with both the demonstration and retail modules. Mission deployment, codename DRAGONMEET 2012, will commence on 1st December 2012. Let’s hope the natives are still friendly.”

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We’re pleased to announce that BITS will be attending Dragonmeet 2012 at The Kensington Town Hall in London on Saturday 1st December 2012. This is our thirteenth year at the show which is always a great event. We will be running demos and also have our trade stall. Come by and say hello and find out how we’re doing with the various projects...
 
Further information can be found at
http://www.dragonmeet.co.uk
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Travcon 13 is full

With regret, I have to confirm that Travcon 13 is now full before it was publicly announced.

Places are always offered first to past attendees, and all spaces have been taken up.

If you want to follow what’s happening, the games planned etc. please visit the forum on the Tavern BBS: http://is.gd/travcon13tavern

Thanks to Tom Zunder for maintaining the Tavern.
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LAST MINUTE PLACES available for TravCon12

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Due to last minute cancellations by attendees, we are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of places at TravCon12 at the Early Bird Rate.

Priority will be given to those willing to run a game in one or more slots, as one of the attendees was a referee and we have gaps in the schedule that need to be filled. If you want a place, a quick response is essential.

TravCon is BITS’ dedicated Traveller Convention, held in Sawtry near Peterborough. You can see details of past years on the Travelling pages.

TravCon12 is being held 2nd to 4th March 2012.

Booking forms and information can be found here:

We hope to see you there!

The BITS Team

PS In case you wondered...
Q: So why haven’t I seen previous adverts for TravCon12?
A: Because the previous year’s TravCon attendees get offered places in advance and this year all spaces were taken nearly immediately, so we didn’t advertise. Until now!


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BITS at Conception UK (25-29 Jan)

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Once again, BITS will be at Conception this coming week, running a variety of Traveller games in most slots. Come and see us and have some fun.

More details here: http://www.conceptionuk.org/
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DRAGONMEET 2011 - London, 26 November

Tap. Tap. Tap. Blows dust... “Is this thing on?”

“This is the crew of the
BITS Traveller, emerging from low berth after a 6 month hiatus. Systems seem nominal and we can confirm we are go for landing with both the demonstration and retail modules. Target system, codename DRAGONMEET 2011, will be reached in a little over 8 days travel time. Let’s hope the natives are still friendly.”

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We’re pleased to announce that BITS will be attending Dragonmeet 2011 at The Kensington Town Hall in London on Saturday 26th November 2011. This is our twelfth year at the show which is always a great event. We will be running demos and also have our trade stall. Come by and say hello and find out how we’re doing with the various projects...
 
Further information can be found at
http://www.dragonmeet.co.uk
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BITS at UK Games Expo

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British Isles Traveller Support are pleased to announce that we will be attending UK Games Expo 2011 from 3rd to 5th June 2011

More details on the convention can be found here: http://www.ukgamesexpo.co.uk/

As with previous years, we will be running a series of RPG tables using the Mongoose Traveller ruleset. Our RPG adventures will be a mix of Living Traveller, The Angels Share sequence and a new adventure, The “Merry” Light, written by our ever ageing stable of crack(ed) GM's. More details of slot times and general convention details located at http:// www.ukgamesexpo.co.uk/bookevents.php?category=rpg

Thanks

The BITS Team
Supporting Traveller in all forms since 1996
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TravCon 11 - Con Report

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TravCon 2011 (4th-6th March) at Redwings Lodge, Cambridgeshire

For the fourth year in a row, British Isles Traveller Support (BITS) laid on an exciting weekend of twenty Traveller games across five slots. Attendees arrived throughout Friday afternoon and evening, to be presented by organiser Andy with impressive glass tankards carrying the BITS logo – a much appreciated free gift to assist in their enjoyment of the Scout brew prepared specially for the convention by beer maestro Derrick. An extensive buffet of Indian fare just a few steps away from the Lodge provided the opportunity to socialise and refresh players after their travel, refuelling them for the games running that evening: investigating a corrupt government; recovering a lost Scout ship; fighting off a monster at a research base; and guiding an Azhanti High Lightning through hostile Zhodani space!

Gaming

Post-game analysis was held in the 24-hour bar, where players and referees could exchange anecdotes and humorous stories (old and new) well into Saturday morning... until even the hardy few admitted defeat and headed for bed.

Saturday morning the Traveller kicked off after a lazy breakfast with another four games: visiting (yet another) suspicious remote research base; pulling apart a military base for scrap; escaping a prison moon; and investigating an Ancient site. A skirmish using cool miniatures was just one of the highlights of the morning games. On-tap coffee and plentiful Danish pastries, bagels, and fruit (provided by BITS) kept everyone alert and in fine form until lunch.
With everyone limbered up for the afternoon slot, the referees dived in with the Living Traveller helping Aslan traders recover stolen cargo; finding a missing Scout team; a sequel to the famous Skyraiders trilogy; and... yet another mystery research base!

Saturday evening and supper was either a visit to the Spice Land Indian restaurant, or a delivery of pizzas and Chinese takeaway from nearby Sawtry. Stomachs replete, the gamers returned to the fray: another Living Traveller scenario; freedom fighters planning a starship hijack; another Scout ship recovery mission; and a noble dinner party!

After a triumphant denouement to the games, many again took the opportunity to relax in the bar, relishing the chance to relate their adventures. Several games of Fluxx games challenged everyone’s ability to switch thinking modes, with the game’s goals and rules changing with every card!
Finally, Sunday morning dawned – though not too early, which was a relief for those who’d spent two late nights of chatting and playing card games in the bar. A longer six-hour slot saw a second run of the corrupt government investigation “Thorny Problem”; a follow-up to the previous day’s Scout expedition; the heroic Terran navy taking on the Vilani; and surviving a crash on a remote planet.

All too soon, TravCon was drawing to a close: attendees took the opportunity for a final look around the sales tables – books, miniatures and more from all the Traveller eras were available, as well as “bring-and-buy” gaming stuff which attendees could sell with a percentage going to charity.

Andy began the closing session by auctioning the last of the specially brewed Traveller beer that Derrick had so kindly donated. Andy continued with the awards: the Starburst for Extreme Heroism for the most heroic act by a character during the con; and the Ping... F*** It award for the most awful foul-up from poor dice rolls, bad decisions or extraordinary circumstances!

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SEH Award Winner Derrick Jones accepting his award from Andy Lilly

This year the SEH (a beautiful acrylic trophy) was won by Derrick Jones for role-playing ‘The Mother’ – one of the survivors of a lifeboat crash who, while suffering amnesia fiercely defended herself against pirates with an assault rifle while carrying her baby in her other hand. The PFI award went to Tom Zunder, who was part of a team trying to rescue hostages from a “beanstalk” capsule. Jumping from one capsule to another was the first challenge which he barely achieved. Jumping back while carrying one of the hostages was another challenge but he survived... however, what won him the award was that the valuable hostage wasn’t so fortunate, slipped from Tom’s grasp, and was last heard screaming profanities as he fell the very considerable distance to terra firma.

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PFI award winner Tom Zunder accepting his award from Andy Lilly.

The PFI award always has multiple strong contenders: runners up included the delightful moment when a low social standing character at a garden party – thrown by Duke Norris – managed a double-one on his Carouse throw as he tried to chat up three charming young female nobles. He was unceremoniously ejected from the function, the referee decreed, for inappropriately pinching one of the ladies! Another contender demonstrated that hovering only one storey above a bunch of live grenades just after dropping them (in a failed attempt to throw them through a window) was not the best of ideas...

Andy rounded off the convention with the proud announcement that £125 had been raised for the charity Help For Heroes. He emphasised that TravCon’s appeal was a combination of the great attendees and the heroic referees who ran games throughout the weekend. He expressed his heartfelt thanks to everyone who had contributed to the convention, and encouraged potential new referees to come next year with their own games. Andy concluded by conveying everyone’s thanks to the Redwings staff who are so welcoming and patient with the TravCon gamers descending on them for the weekend.

“I really appreciated the opportunity to continue the long-running game arc of BITS’ In Search of Angels.”

“My best memory was planning to stick a cobbled-together lightning attractor to a rooftop prior to a break-in in the middle of a raging storm, massively outnumbered and somewhat outgunned, with only a mad scientist armed with a poisoned pizza as a backup plan.”

“I really felt I'd visited a bit of Mora and experienced its dockyard culture.”


For all of you who fed back that you wanted to book ahead for TravCon12, we are glad to be able to announce it will be held at the same venue on the weekend of 2nd-4th March 2012. Please make sure you book early as places are sure to go quickly. We look forward to seeing you again in 2012!

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TravCon 11 Fully Booked

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TravCon11 is now fully booked. If you’re planning to go and haven’t book then there’s always next year.

If anyone is planning to run a game and hasn’t told Andy, please let him know via the contact forms here or by direct email to bits@bits.org.uk. Volunteers greatly appreciated.

We’re using #travcon11 when mentioning it on Twitter. Our Twitter Account is @BITS_Traveller.
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BITS at Conception

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BITS will be at Conception this (Wed 26 – Sun 30 Jan), with trade stand, running games in every slot and supporting the Mongoose Living Traveller campaign!

More details on the convention: http://www.conceptionuk.org/

As with previous years, we will be running using the new Mongoose Traveller ruleset.
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TravCon 11 - Limited Places Left

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LIMITED PLACES LEFT!

BITS
would like to invite you to TravCon 11 – our next Traveller roleplaying convention.

TravCon 11 is running over the weekend of 4-6 March 2011 (in the same location as previous years, just off the A1M near Peterborough in the southern end of the UK).

TravCon is a small, friendly event specifically for Traveller – all gamers are welcome, whether newcomers or experienced players.

We only have space for about 30 attendees and were over-booked in 2010 – the remaining few spaces are being filled on a strict first-come, first-served basis.

Click here for a PDF giving more details of the convention. If you would like to attend, please fill in the booking form as soon as possible (a Word version of the form can be found here) or you can print the PDF, fill it in and either post it to BITS (PO Box 4222, Sawbridgeworth, Herts, CM21 0DA, England) or email us a scan of the filled in form.

Please do NOT send any money with your application – wait for us to confirm that you have a place at the convention.

We are always looking for new referees to run games, so if you are interested in running a game at TravCon (Traveller only, obviously!) please make a note on your form or email.

BOOK SOON!

Pictures from the last TravCon here
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Only 19 days to Dragonmeet 2010

Dragonmeet 2010 is nearly upon us, and BITS will be there. Hope that we’ll see you there!

The annual London convention is being held on Saturday 27th November 2010, starting at 10:00 am, at Kensington Town Hall. More information can be found here: http://dragonmeet.phoenixgamesclub.org.uk/

They have a Twitter feed @dragonmeet http://twitter.com/dragonmeet
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TravCon 11 Booking Now Open



BITS would like to invite you to TravCon 11 – our next Traveller roleplaying convention.

TravCon 11 is running over the weekend of 4-6 March 2011 (in the same location as previous years, just off the A1M near Peterborough in the ‘middle’ of the UK).

TravCon is a small, friendly event specifically for Traveller – all gamers are welcome, whether newcomers or experienced players.

We only have space for about 30 attendees and were over-booked in 2010 – current BITS members (as of 1 Sep 2010) get priority but we have a number of new (non-member) attendees each year – spaces are filled on a strict first-come, first-served basis.

Click here for a PDF giving more details of the convention. If you would like to attend, please fill in the booking form as soon as possible (a Word version of the form can be found here) or you can print the PDF, fill it in and either post it to BITS (PO Box 4222, Sawbridgeworth, Herts, CM21 0DA, England) or email us a scan of the filled in form.

Please do NOT send any money with your application – wait for us to confirm that you have a place at the convention.

We are always looking for new referees to run games, so if you are interested in running a game at TravCon (Traveller only, obviously!) please make a note on your form or email.

Pictures from the last TravCon here
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Furnace 2010



Now that TravCon 2010 has been and gone, do you fancy a weekend dedicated to tabletop RPGs, hosted in a hotel in a historic Garrison Jail? At the moment, there’s only one game of Traveller planned, run by BITS’ own Dom Mooney, but there are plenty of other interesting and fun games ranging from trendy indie through to old skool. The convention is called Furnace, and is in Sheffield on the 9th and 10th October 2010.

More details can be found here including a provisional programme for the games being run. There are limited numbers of spaces remaining.

The video here gives some feedback from the 2009 event if you want a taster.

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TravCon 2010

Travcon 2010 went well and we’ll post reports soon. Suffice it to say that great fun was had by all in a little corner of Sawtry.

If you went to the con, why not share your photos with our Flickr Group? http://www.flickr.com/groups/1420819@N22/

Travcon - Dream Beer
A Convention so good it had its own beer brewed by BITS very own Derrick Jones and his local brewery!

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Traveller at SABRE 2010 with Stir Fried Prawns (March)

On Saturday 13th March, Richard Talbot, one of our Scottish Demo GM's will be running a District 9 inspired Mongoose Traveller scenario at SABRE 2010. Richard ran a game of Traveller at last years SABRE.

SABRE 2010 is a mini con hosted by the St Andrews University Wargaming Society and includes RPG's, CCG and wargaming content. Very friendly con!

More info: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=249183591226

The scenario data is below and sign ups will be on the day.

Traveller: District 9: Stir Fried Prawns
GM: Richard Talbot
4-6 players with Pregens

After the excitement of the alien spaceship leaving Johannesburg the droll work of moving the aliens from District 9 to District 10 continues.

For Squad Omega of The First Reaction Battalion, the appointment of a new commander, the attachment of an alien contact specialist to the team and the odd behaviour of the Prawns is gonna make a boring shift just that little more exciting. Throw in reporters, Nigerian gangsters, three missing trucks of cat food and some bloody stiff upper lipped British diplomat this can only lead to disaster.

Check your guns, perfect your best Afrikaans accent and don't eat the seafood.

No knowledge of the film is required but might explain a lot.
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Traveller at Con-Quest: An Angel with a Halo (April)

Dave Elrick and Simon Bell are running Traveller at Con-Quest in Derby:

HALO: The Road to Perdition
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Morning Slot, 10th April 2010
GM: Dave Elrick

The year is 2552. Earth is at war. The alien forces of the Covenant attacked the outer colonies a generation ago, and have been pushing humanity back ever since. The fortress world of Reach has fallen, and Earth itself is threatened by the fanatical aliens. Even humanity's greatest warriors, the genetically enhanced SPARTAN-II supersoldiers have been destroyed.

Still, there is hope. Humanity's technology is inferior to the Covenant in almost every respect, save the creation of artificially intelligences. Military AIs can outthink and outfight whole Covenant battlegrounds. The fight is not even close to even, but we have a chance.

You are part of the fightback. The world of Perdition was overrun by the Covenant two years ago, but a month ago, a subspace message was received. It was a Covenant transmission, redirected by someone on Perdition and translated into English.

Your team has been sent to find the source of the transmission and, if possible, regain control of Perdition.

A Traveller game for up to 6 players set in the HALO universe. (Halo is a trademark of Microsoft, ultimately, and all rights are reserved).

Angel’s Share Part 6: Storm Warning
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Morning Slot, 10th April 2010
GM: Simon Bell

"Quiet times require quiet missions and this one looked easy. Jumping into an interdicted system owned by your employers with two passengers and some cargo can only be easy, right? There's a storm coming and only the crew of the Angel’s Share can stop it...hopefully"

Join BITS for the continuing (and soon to be published) tales of the crew of the free trader Angel’s Share. A BITS/Dave Elrick scenario powered by Mongoose Traveller.

4-6 players, Duration: 4 Hours

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Dragonmeet Post-Con Report


Andy meets a Cyberman

Dragonmeet 2009 happened, in its original London configuration, over the last weekend of November. As usual, it was held in Kensington Town Hall, which has good facilities. BITS were there, as we have been since the convention was re-launched, with the trade stand, a demo of At Close Quarters, and a number a scenarios for Traveller including the latest instalment of the Angel’s Share campaign which has nearly reached a conclusion.


The Ad Astra in all her Glory

The trade hall was busy, but noticeably emptied when the seminars were on, and the At Close Quarters game grabbed a lot of attention thanks to Nick Bradbeer’s latest masterpiece model, an Ad Astra liner. This was built from foam board, and looked excellent. Scaled for 15mm, it was perfect for an exciting skirmish game.


Battle commences!

We had a number of worried people looking at the notices of reduced prices and ‘last ever’ for some of the 101 Books and other products, but they went away reassured when we explained that this was tied to a planned PDF release of our back catalogue in 2010. We’ll also hopefully have the first volume of Angel’s Share ready for a full release in the New Year, possibly followed by some smaller adventures, and – if the playtesting works out – something for Power Projection.

The adventures we ran went well, and seemed to be popular, with both Simon Bell and Dave Elrick GMing. Andy and myself manned the trade stall, which was constantly in demand, even in the quiet times.

From a personal perspective, this was my first return to Dragonmeet after a 3 year break for a variety of reasons, and I was really glad to be back. It’s one of my favourite cons, and has quite a frenetic pace, which is unsurprising as it starts at 10:00 and ends around 19:00! The trade hall was buzzing, and there were lots of new and shiny things to look at such as pre-release copies of the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game on the Cubicle 7 stand, the proof copies of Triple Ace Games’ core Hellfrost books for Savage Worlds and the Collective Endeavour’s latest game, Umlaut, in which get to be a rock band.

I was also quite pleased to finally see the Power Projection miniatures by Ad Astra Games and a real (non-PDF) copy of the Power Projection: Fleet book in its US guise. Mongoose Publishing also had a huge stand with lots of Traveller front and centre, both for our much loved setting and for the 2000AD settings such as Judge Dredd and Strontium Dogs.

Finally, it was great just to catch up with the rest of the BITS team, including the people like Simon and Robin who I’ve only met by email. The fires of my enthusiasm for Traveller are well and truly relit, and now I must properly finish my adventure for release in 2010! And I'm happy to report that Andy escaped from the clutches of the Cybermen by the end of the convention.

Dom, BITS Webmaster


All friends now!

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TravCon 10 Booking Open!



The booking forms for the UK's best Traveller RPG convention are now available here. There are discounts to the price if you book before 11th December 2009.


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Mongoose Traveller Open Day


On Saturday September 5th, Mongoose is throwing open its doors for fans of Traveller. Taking place at our offices in Swindon, it is completely free to attend, and everyone is welcome, whether you have played Traveller before or not!

Doors open at 9:30, and games begin at 10am, finishing at 5pm - and we have some special games lined up for you!

Rumble at Bay 13: It's your ship, so no one's going to take it from you. A miniatures skirmish.

Judge Dredd: Enforce the Law in the world's most violent and crime-ridden city.

Masks: Settlers are on a poor frontier planet under the watchful eye of the Imperium. What could possibly go wrong?

Seek and Destroy: Take the part of Elite commandos rescuing hostages on a starliner.

Strontium Dog: Be the first to take part in this new setting for Traveller, where everyone plays a mutant bounty hunter.

Noble Blood: A noble retinue searches for a family heirloom.

Cold Dark Grave: You have one last chance to make enough money to keep your mining company running.

As always, the Mongoose store will be open all day, giving you the chance to pick up the latest goodies for Traveller and our other games.

Directions to Mongoose's offices can be found at;

http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/pdf/officemap.pdf

See you there! BITS are supporting this.
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Conpulsion 09 and Salute 09

BITS will be attending two conventions this coming weekend:



In the northern sector in Edinburgh, BITS will be attending Conpulsion 09 on both days running a Mongoose Traveller powered RPG scenario - "Masks" in Slot 1 and on Sunday BITS will be helping out with a game of Power Projection running over Slots 4 and 5. Avenger Enterprises will also be there running games and seminars so it will be a Traveller packed weekend. How can you stay away? Join us at Teviot Row Students Union, University of Edinburgh.



Meanwhile in Southern sector the BITS Trade Delegation will be plying their wares at Salute 09 at Excel London on Saturday . Demonstrations of At Close Quarters using the 25mm scale Starship Excalibur and our starship combat game Power Projection will be on hand to keep you Traveller Happy! Catch us at stand TH15.

Richard Talbot.
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SABRE 2009 Con Report

BITS were asked along to this small con in St Andrews to run some games and I duly attended armed with a scenario or two as I needed something to replace the Traveller fix I would have got from attending Travcon.

SABRE (St Andrews Big Roleplaying Event) is a cosy mini con over 2 days with daily numbers of about 50 held within the confines of the Students Union of that most Ancient University. Apart from RPG's, a mix of CCG's and wargaming seemed to be the agenda for the day.

Invited by local shop-owner, David Wright, himself about to open the new games shop Kingdom of Adventure in nearby Kirkcaldy, SABRE turned out to be a pleasant event with a very relaxed atmosphere.

Built around a single 6 hour timeslot this gave me the opportunity to run some longer adventures and after discussion with the players opted for a session of "Masks", a self written scenario set in the Fifth Frontier War.

The players started off well until the first encounter when the tenets of their religion seemed to be overshadowed by the need to shoot things! Needless to say this put the scenario on a whole new level but with some skilled ideas and a healthy dose of hilarity the players worked their back round to the main objective.

Added to the excellent playing abilities of Sian, William, Caz, Miles, Chris and Emma was the buffet lunch provided with the ticket price of £5.00. Fuelled by the food the players wrapped up the scenario in good time for the close of SABRE at 6pm. If only for the frequent rolling of 1's and 2's on the dice and the demolition of an entire farm by home made nitrate explosives, this session will be fondly remembered.

I couldn't make the Sunday event but will be placing myself in the fray next year at SABRE 2010 for more fun and food!"


Richard Talbot
BITS Demo GM
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Travcon 09 and Concrete Cow



Should be pretty much over as I post this, and it sounds like it has gone well. I’ll be uploading the reports and pictures once the team get them through to me.

Meanwhile, over in Milton Keynes, Concrete Cow was running as well. Graham Spearing ran “Cold Dark Grave” at the con, and got some good feedback from one of the more demanding players and refs over there. You can find out more here, on the report on UK Roleplayers.

More soon, hopefully.

Dom
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Conception 2009

Conception 2009

We are pleased to announce we will be attending Conception 2009 on January 28th to 1st February 2009

More details on the convention: http://www.conceptionuk.org/

As with previous years, we will be running a series of RPG tables using the new Mongoose Traveller ruleset. Our RPG adventures will be based around the continuing saga of the trader ship Angel’s Share in a linked series of adventures set in the Spinward Marches as well as other adventures written by our ever aging stable of crack (ed) GM's.

More details of slot times and general convention details located at http://www.conceptionuk.org/

Thanks

The BITS Team
Supporting Traveller in all forms since 1996

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Dragonmeet 2008 Report

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A belated (thanks to the death of the computer with the website on) report on Dragonmeet by Richard Talbot:

BITS attended the excellent one day con, Dragonmeet 08 in Kensington, London, with a variety of Traveller related games and and our well stocked trade stand.

The Early Rush
Andy Lilly at the stand as the show opened.

Stalwart GM's Dave Elrick and Simon Bell ran the latest instalments of our long running scenario series Project 1112 involving the crew of the Angel's Share. The plot is thickening as we rolled out the 5th and 6th parts of Dave Elrick's saga – Misjump! and Storm Warning! – to entertain the players. Both games went well with good feedback received from the players back at the trade stand. If you haven't played one of the new adventures come along to one of the cons we are attending. Conception 09 is up next in January!


One of the games.

New to the BITS schedule was an At Close Quarters demo scenario written by Richard Talbot. Set in the docking bay of a local starport, the crew of the mining seeker, Dragon's Luck, come back to their ship after a few well earned drinks to find corporate saboteurs lurking in the shadows. The scenario is only one part of the demo as real-life Naval Architect and BITS member Nick Bradbeer created a 25mm scale model of a Type J 100t Seeker and docking bay. We have plenty of pictures to drool over but the results of Nick's late nights constructing the model were amazing!

Perspective of the Seeker
The Seeker (Perspective)

We used Ground Zero Games Neu Swabian League Troopers for the corporate squad, original Grenadier Traveller figs for the crew and Tablescape industrial scenery for the game aw well as Nick’s scratch built model.

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Rear detail of the Seeker.

We played through three games with one team just managing to disarm explosive charges with 1 round to go and in the second game clearing the ship of saboteurs in under 6 rounds. Never will penguins be looked on again as passive creatures!

Top view of Seeker
Top view of the Seeker.

We'll be using the model for future cons so look out for updates on the website.
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TravCon UK 09 - Limited Space left



TravCon09 is a UK Traveller roleplaying convention being organised by BITS. It will be held near Sawtry (between Peterborough and Huntingdon just off the A1M), on the weekend of 13 to 15 March 2009. There is space for about 30 attendees for a great weekend of Traveller roleplaying.

Residential spaces for the con are becoming scarce with only approx 8 left. With the credit crunch hitting us all Early Bird prices BITS have been extended to January 10th.

Docking fees are free. No Imperial Entanglements, please.

Attendee Prices
• “Lead Character” (Friday night to Sunday afternoon, ensuite room, B&B, with entry to all games) – £99.
• “Secondary Character” (as “Lead Character”, but sharing a room with a “Lead Character” ) – £25.
• “Non-Player Character” (non-gamer, aged 18 or more, sharing a room with a “Lead Character” ) – Free
• “Non-Player Youngster” (non-gamer, aged under 18, sharing a room with a “Lead Character” ) – Free
• “Saturday Stand-In” (gamer, day ticket, for Saturday only) – £15.
• “Sunday Stand-In” (gamer, day ticket, for Sunday only) – £10.

More info and booking
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A good reason to be at Dragonmeet!



If you should happen to be at Dragonmeet, you could get the opportunity to play the BITS Traveller skirmish game, At Close Quarters using this gorgeous model of a Type J Seeker. You know you want to!
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TravCon 09 - Now Open for Bookings



We're really pleased to announce the return of TravCon in 2009. TravCon09 will, once again, be held in Sawtry at Redwing Lodge on the weekend of the 13-15th March 2009. You can download details of the con and information on how to book here on the website.

This is the UK's only Traveller focused convention. You can see pictures of TravCon08 here.

Important information: if you book before 6th December 2008 you can save money! Prices rise after that date; you can find full details on the booking form.
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Dragonmeet 2008

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Dragonmeet 2008 is nearly upon us again, which means two things: it's getting close to Christmas, and you're only a few weeks away from one of the best one day conventions in the UK. Once again, BITS will be there promoting Traveller. As well as the usual trade stand and demo games, we've planned a special game of At Close Quarters, Doug Berry's excellent Traveller skirmish rules published by BITS where you can battle for control of a starship.

Link to Dragonmeet Website
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GenCon UK: 28th-31st August 08 - Loren Wiseman as special guest

We are pleased to announce we will be attending Gencon UK 2008 from 28th to 31st August 2008 at Reading University, Reading, England.

As with previous years, we will be running a series of RPG tables using the new Mongoose Traveller ruleset. Our new RPG adventures will be based around the continuing saga of the trader ship Angel's Share in a linked series of adventures set in the Spinward Marches. Parts 1-3 were run at Gencon UK 2007 and Parts 4-6 will be the main feature this year.

As part of the convention, BITS Director Andy Lilly will also be running a special Charity Auction game with Loren Wiseman guest playing and the other 5 places going to the highest bidders.

We will also be running demos of Power Projection: Fleet, our Traveller starship combat game.

More details of scenario times and general convention details can be found at http://www.genconuk.com/

As always find us at http://www.bitsuk.net/ and http://www.powerprojection.net/ for more info on BITS and Power Projection

Thanks

The BITS Team
Supporting Traveller in all forms since 1996...Donations of anagathics always welcome
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Conventions Calendar re-enabled

Thanks to Richard Talbot, we've moved the BITS calendar for conventions to Google Calendar, and have re-enabled the page on the site so you can see where we will be over the next few months.

You can find this information here:
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TravCon 08 - Final Report & Pictures


Neil has sent his final TravCon 08 report:

Saturday night ended with pretty much all the con attendees having a drink in the bar. Did we mention that the bar was open 24-hour? A couple of attendees checked the claim and found that yes the staff would serve until the early hours of the morning.
The TAS 24 hour bar.
The TAS 24 hour bar.

Sunday started a little later than planed with two RPG games being ran. One by Max Kettley who was running his first con game for
BITS.
Another group gave the combat system for the new
Mongoose Traveller rule system a test run.

The afternoon session saw the end of one of the morning games and a short run out for the
BITS classic scenario Family Business.

The Award and Closing Ceremony.
The Awards!

The con was wrapped up with a closing ceremony (posh term for getting everyone in the same room) hosted by our own Andy Lilly. A couple of
awards were handed out including the
Ping, F*** It award. I'll leave the details so as not to get them wrong. With the closing ceremony ending with very long list of thank yous we all then started to thin out and make our weary way home.

Well that was the first of the resurrected TravCons. With a little bit of luck there will be a TravCon 2009, a bit bigger and obviously better.

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All the best,
Neil

All pictures from TravCon 08 can be found here.
If you want copies of the higher resolution images and you attended TravCon 08, please drop us an email.
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TravCon 08 - Survived! UPDATE 3


As TravCon 08 draws to a close, an update from Andy:

Bloody 'ell, we did it!
Happy
I'm going to have a quiet meal (non-Indian) and drink (non-Carling), relax (non-gaming) and tomorrow hopefully I'll pull together the pictures I took
and post them up.

Should be plenty of material for the next newsletter.
Happy
Thanks to those who made it a success. Missed those of you who couldn't make it.

Andy

Andy Lilly
BITS UK Limited (British Isles Traveller Support)

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TravCon 08 - Traveller and Curry! UPDATE 2



Once again, our fearless drinker stringer reports to TAS on TravCon 08:

Hello again,

We've just got back from another fine curry. The afternoon slot saw another three games of
Traveller. The evening slot is just about to kick in with a couple of games being played. We'll have to see what the morrow brings.

Highlights of this afternoons session were
Cold Dark Grave get another run out and the fine George Wright's beer brought along by Derrick. Yes, Neil was able to find six players who'd never played Cold Dark Grave!

The prediction for Man of the Con goes to Simon who looks to be trying to run the whole of the
Angel's Share saga at the con. All the best, Neil

Happy
Hopefully pictures tomorrow!

(Angel's Share is the new mini-campaign being prepared for publication by BITS.)
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TravCon 08 is underway! UPDATE 1



TravCon08 is underway! BITS' very own Neil McGurk reports:

Hello from TravCon 08 to all who aren't just outside Sawtry.
We're well into the Saturday morning session now. Three games of Traveller played last night. The evening ended with a large game Chez Geek in the 24-hour bar! Won by Derrick, who then continued to drink until 4am.

We've now got three games of Traveller being played, with a couple more planned for this afternoon. Hope to get a couple of updates out during the rest of the weekend. The WiFi isn't free but it is cheap.

All the best, Neil

Hopefully we'll have more news and pictures this weekend.

Dom
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LAST CHANCE for TravCon08



This is your LAST CHANCE to register for TravCon08!

There is less than a week to go until the Con opens this coming weekend...

Demand for places has been good, however...

...we have ONE room left (as work/illness have cut the BITS team attendance) and we also have a number of day tickets available, and would welcome more people who want to play or referee Traveller (of any flavour). Come and take part in the UK's premier Traveller RPG convention, and even try out the new Mongoose Traveller playtest rules!

IMPORTANT: You must pre-register for day tickets, as they are not available on the day. Day tickets are £15 Saturday, £10 Sunday.

Register HERE!
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Conpulsion 2008, Edinburgh, 22-23 March 2008



BITS
will be demoing 4 linked adventures (1 per slot) at Conpulsion 2008 at Edinburgh University, 22nd-23rd March 2008 for those of you living in that part of the world.

We'll be using the Mongoose Traveller 3.2 Playtest document as the rules unless MGP get the main rulebook out by then.

We'll be running In Search of Angels, The Rock, Ice Work and Ghosts from the Past in sequence detailing the travels of the crew of the Angel's Share in the Spinward Marches just after the Fifth Frontier War.

Conpulsion is an excellent con so if you live in that part of the world come along as there seems to be plenty on:

http://www.geas.org.uk/conpulsion/index.shtml
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TravCon08 Registration now Open to All


BITS is proud to announce TravCon08 UK is now open to registration for everyone after two months as a BITS member exclusive. There are limited numbers of places left, so book soon!

This is the rebirth of the convention we used to run at Hebden Bridge, but this time down south near Sawtry.

Register HERE!

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TravCon08 Registration open to BITS Members


BITS is proud to announce TravCon08 UK is now open to registration from BITS members. This is the rebirth of the convention we used to run at Hebden Bridge, but this time down south near Sawtry. Details can be found in the BITS members area of the website.

We will open the registration to everyone shortly.

UPDATE (3/12/07): The minor glitch on the electronic registration page is now corrected.
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Dragonmeet 2007 is Today!

Dragonmeet website

We are pleased to remind you that we are attending Dragonmeet 2007 at Kensington Town Hall today (1st December) from 10.00am.

We have the usual trade stand full of new and second hand Traveller merchandise, dice, figures and other fine products manned by BITS Director Andy Lilly. Usual BITS member discounts apply at the show.

The BITS Demo Crew are also be present running a series of new adventures including the Angels Share scenarios (In Search of Angels, The Rock and Ice Work) in both morning and afternoon slots. Throughout the day we will have exclusive previews of the new Traveller Starship miniatures by Ad Astra and will be running demo games of our Power Projection: Fleet starship combat game.

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Dragonmeet 2007 - Yes, we'll be there!

Dragonmeet website

We are pleased to announce we will be attending Dragonmeet 2007 at Kensington Town Hall on 1st December from 10.00am.

We will have the usual trade stand full of new and second hand Traveller merchandise, dice, figures and other fine products manned by BITS Director Andy Lilly. Usual BITS member discounts apply at the show.

The BITS Demo Crew will also be present running a series of new adventures including the Angels Share scenarios (In Search of Angels, The Rock and Ice Work) in both morning and afternoon slots. Throughout the day we will have exclusive previews of the new Traveller Starship miniatures by Ad Astra and will be running demo games of our Power Projection: Fleet starship combat game.

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GenCon UK is nearly here!


BITS will be attending GenCon UK 2007 between August 30th and September 2nd at Reading University (http://www.genconuk.com/).

BITS Director Andy Lilly will be bravely manning the trade stand with a wide range of Traveller merchandise including our own range of Little White Books, with our most recent release Cold Dark Grave by Dom Mooney and Universe software and a good selection of new and second hand gaming products.

On the gaming front Richard Talbot, Neil McGurk and Peter Trevor will be running a range of 3 new Traveller RPG adventures during the 3 timed slots at 9am, 2pm and 8pm.

We will also have a demo table of Traveller: Power Projection Fleet and Escort with games timed during the day at 9.00am and 2.00pm.

All our slots are now bookable via the GenCon website and cost two gaming tickets per game.

BITS are also looking for a brave volunteer to help run some of the sessions so if you are attending GenCon or just even thinking about it, drop an email to richardtalbotuk at yahoo.co.uk or bits at bits.org.uk (or use the contact form on the site here) and let us know! GenCon do provide some benefits for GM's depending on how many slots they run so check out their website for more information.

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TravCon 08 is coming...

TravCon 08 is a Traveller roleplaying game convention held near Sawtry (between Peterborough and Huntingdon on the A1M), currently planned to take place on the weekend of 14-16 March 2008. We have accommodation and playing space for 25-30 attendees for a great weekend of Traveller roleplaying (all are welcome, but initially BITS members will be given booking preference).

The hotel is comfortable, with en-suite facilities in all rooms, has ground floor rooms for a limited number of disabled attendees and a couple of conference rooms for gaming. The hotel provides breakfast; lunch and dinner venues include an adjacent Indian restaurant, small snack shop, or take-away from nearby Sawtry.

To help people plan their days and to give everyone a chance to play in several games, we will be organizing the weekend into a morning, afternoon and evening gaming sessions, with the opportunity to play BITS scenarios or to bring your own adventures to run (preferably having notified us so that we can advertise games to the attendees well in advance of the con). We also intend to run fun competitions of both Power Projection starship battles, and At Close Quarters miniatures skirmishes, there will be the BITS trade stand and a Bring & Buy (for any roleplaying stuff you want to try to sell to other attendees) and more fun stuff as we get it organised.

We’ve organised a deal with the hotel which gets attendees an ensuite room, Friday night to Sunday afternoon, B&B, including full con entry, for just £99 for BITS members.

Watch out for further details as they appear here on the web site.
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Power Projection Events, Maryland, USA

Mystic Station Designs are running another set of Power Projection demos at Balticon 41 over 25-28th May 2007. It's a great opportunity to get to know the game.

More details on the PowerProjection.net website.
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BITS at Salute this weekend - 21st April 2007

BITS will be at Salute Zero Seven this weekend, 21st April 2007.

One of the biggest wargaming conventions, doors open at ExCel 10am to 5pm. The show promises to be bigger and better than last year, with entry for £9 on the day.The first 4000 entrants get a couple of free LOTR miniatures, there's an absolute pile of gaming and miniatures demonstrations, participation games and traders, ranging from Ancients to Science Fiction.
 
BITS will be hosting participation games of Power Projection and At Close Quarters at our trade stand (TD041 against the West wall). We'll have copies of all our products (including Cold Dark Grave) as well as a huge pile of other second-hand and new Traveller books.
 
We will also be taking advance orders for the new Ad Astra Traveller starship miniatures which have been specially designed for Power Projection!
 
BITS members will get a special discount on our products (in addition to the usual 10%) for finding our stand at the show.

Details here.
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Power Projection Demo (6th Jan 2007, Maryland, USA)

Kory Kaese of Mystic Station Designs has informed us that they will be running a Power Projection demo game in the USA.
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A summary of the event:

On 6 January 2007 Mystic Station Designs, LLC will be hosting a Traveller Power Projection Event at Brunswick Games Day in Brunswick
Maryland. For directions to Brunswick Games Day see their site at:
http://www.fantasymaps.com/gaming/brunswick.html

The event will begin at
2.00p.m. with an overview of the rules for Escort and depending on the attendance will conclude with the event entitled: Long Shot. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

There will be a second Power Projection event hosted by MSD in January 2007. I will let everyone know asap.

Kory
Managing Member
Mystic Station Designs, LLC
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Photos of Dragonmeet

If you didn't get to go to Dragonmeet, and fancy seeing what the BITS stand looked like, click here to visit some pictures Richard Talbot found on Flickr. We're on the left, with the Power Projection Table and the Traveller RPG Table slightly to the right of the main stand.

Wishing you all a Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year from all here at BITS!

Dom (BITS Webmaster)
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Scenario Playtest (16th Dec 2006, Edinburgh) CANCELLED

UPDATED: Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled as Richard is unwell. Hopefully, another date will be arranged in the future. Our apologies.

"You've been loyal, hard working, god fearing farming folk all your years. But something just ain't right. Maybe it's this war, all that violence. Your dreams haven't been good these past few weeks, nope, something just ain't right" 
 
 
"Masks", as previewed at Dragonmeet, sets the players in the middle of the Fifth Frontier War as the Zhodani (psionic humans) prepare to invade your planet. But the dreams have been bad, very bad... (6 slots free, 4 hr adventure)
 
Richard Talbot will be playtesting this new scenario at ORC Edinburgh at 13.00 hrs on 16th December 2006. 6 players required.  If you fancy coming along drop Richard an email.
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Power Projection Demo (16th Dec 2006, Virginia, USA) UPDATED TIME

Kory Kaese of Mystic Station Designs has informed us that they will be running a Power Projection demo game in the USA.
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A summary of the event:

On 16 December 2006 Mystic Station Designs, LLC will be hosting a Traveller Power Projection at Game Parlor Woodbridge, Virginia. For directions to Game Parlor Woodbridge please see their site at: http://www.gameparlor.com/

The event will begin at
5.00p.m. with an overview of the rules for Escort and depending on the attendance will conclude with the event entitled: Standoff. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Kory
Managing Member
Mystic Station Designs, LLC
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Dragonmeet 2006 (2nd December 2006, London)

BITS will once again be at one of our favourite conventions, Dragonmeet, at Kensington Town Hall in London on Saturday 2nd December 2006.

Dragonmeet Logo

* Come and see if we've managed to complete the layout of the new book in time!
* Come and tell us what you think of the Interstellar Wars and 1248 books!
* Come and chew over the likelihood of T5 being released in 2007!
* Come and buy stuff off the BITS stand!

You could even....

* Come and play Traveller!

Full details at http://www.dragonmeet.com/

Dom (BITS webmaster)
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Power Projection Demo (Virginia USA)

Kory Kaese of Mystic Station Designs has informed us that they will be running another Power Projection demo game at Game Parlor in the USA.
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A summary of the event:
On 11th November 2006 Mystic Station Designs, LLC will be hosting a Traveller Power Projection game at Game Parlor, Woodbridge, Virginia. For directions to Game Parlor, Woodbridge please see their site at: http://www.gameparlor.com/ The event will begin at 5.00pm with an overview of the rules for Escort and depending on the attendance will conclude with the event entitled: Blockade Runner. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Kory
Managing Member
Mystic Station Designs, LLC
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Traveller demo in Edinburgh 4th Nov

Richard Talbot will be running a demo session of Traveller d20: 'Space Dogs' at the Open Roleplaying Community in Edinburgh from about 1pm to 5pm on Saturday 4th November.   Despite the fact it is Worldwide D&D Day we will be flying the Traveller flag. albeit in d20, so if you are in Edinburgh and fancy a game drop Richard an email and he'll pass on the details.  4 slots left out of six.
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Furnace & Game Parlor this weekend

I will be at Furnace in Sheffield this weekend, running a Traveller game on Sunday afternoon. This will be a playtest of a scenario I've been working on called 'This Fear of Gods'.

If you're in the USA, Mystic Station are running a Power Projection demo at Game Parlor Woodbridge, Virginia. Details can be found in the blog entry on 7th October 2006.

Dom,

BITS Webmaster

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Power Projection Demo (Virginia USA)

Kory Kaese of Mystic Station Designs has informed us that they will be running a Power Projection demo game in the USA.

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A summary of the event:

On 29 October 2006 Mystic Station Designs, LLC will be hosting a Traveller Power Projection at Game Parlor Woodbridge, Virginia. For directions to Game Parlor Woodbridge please see their site at:
http://www.gameparlor.com/

The event will begin at 11:00 a.m. with an overview of the rules for Escort and depending on the attendance will conclude with the event entitled: Engagement at Start's End.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Kory
Managing Member
Mystic Station Designs, LLC

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Continuum - this weekend

We'll be at Continuum this weekend, and running a few low key BITS games. Come and say hello!
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Salute 2006 Report

A convention report from Nick: unfortunately no camera as that was my job and it got forgotten when I pulled out.
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BITS was represented at Salute! 2006, although with Dom suddenly taken ill, only Andy and I were there. I arrived later than I meant to and had to take off early, so Andy had to do all the hard work of setting up and taking down, as well as relieving Keith on the trade stand, while I just ran some demo games.

Salute being a wargames convention, we were only running Power Projection, rather than our usual RPG sessions. We stuck to the tried and tested format of running small quick games and trying to persuade anybody who stood still near the table to grab a ship and have a go. A lack of wine gums prevented us from
running the Mooney Asteroid Belt (AKA 'Battle of the Maynard Belt') introductory scenario, but luckily it turns out that free sweets aren’t the only reason people play the game.

For the most part, we stuck to the lightweight ships from Power Projection:Escort, most of the games being straight-up small ship engagements between familiar Imperial and Zhodani forces. There was a sneak preview of some of the material from the upcoming Power Projection:Reinforcements book, with some Sword Worlds ships making an appearance, as well as the Convoy Raid scenario and a couple of optional rules.

For such a small BITS presence we had quite a lot of interest, with demo games running almost constantly and often two at once. Two or three people asked me if this was the same Traveller they’d played twenty years ago, and we had a couple of very enthusiastic kids at the end who played three demos back to back and were getting pretty mean at the whole starship command thing by the time I had to head off.

I just wish we had miniatures as cool as the Cloudships of Mars ones.

Nick
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Sadly, we can't be at Cannoncade.

Unfortunately, Richard Talbot has been taken ill and is in hospital, so won't be able to attend Cannoncade 2006 this weekend. This means that BITS will not have a presence there, as none of the rest of the team are either local to the convention or available to travel that weekend.

I'm sure you'll all join me in wishing Richard a swift recovery back to full fighting fitness.

Dom (BITS Webmaster)
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We're at Cannoncade 2006 on Saturday 13th May.

BITS team member Richard Talbot advises:

"BITS are happy to announce we will be attending the inaugural show of Cannonade 2006 run by our friends at Falkirk District Wargames Club on 13th May 2006 in Falkirk at Forth Valley College Main Hall from 10.00am onwards.

We will be running demos of our Full Thrust based Starship Combat Game: Power Projection throughout the day using figures from the acclaimed Ground Zero Games range. Come along and play in a Power Projection starship battle with that real "Traveller" feel."

Huge spinal weapons, missiles, fusion guns and sandcasters abound! Can you stop the fleeing enemy cruiser from making it to safety in 4 rounds...?
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2 Days until Salute 2006

This coming Saturday 22nd April 2006, we would be delighted if you joined us at the UK's premiere wargames event Salute 06 at the ExCel exhibition centre in London.

We will have our trade stand there (stand T406) and will be running games of Power Projection (stand G402) throughout the day, with a prize for the most successful starship commander.

Hope to see you there - also, keep watching the site here for future events (or let us know if there's an event in your area that you would like us to attend).

Andy, Dom & Nick (the BITS team who'll be there!)
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12 Days to Go!

Salute

Salute is only 12 days away now, and we're getting ready for some games of Power Projection, and meeting up with the Traveller Wargaming fans. Sadly, Power Projection: Reinforcements isn't ready, but please come and say 'hello' and enjoy a game with us! Details of this London based convention can be found by clicking on the links.

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Salute 2006

BITS will, once again, be attending Salute on 22 April 2006. This is one of the major wargames conventions of the year and one of our favourites to attend. You can find more details by clicking on the link below!

Salute Website

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