[Traveller] Talkin’ Mechs

Well it has been a while since I have posted much of anything other than press releases and such. But I have escaped my own inner slave driver for a few moments and I’m going to take a short break from mech writing to say…. I’ve been mech writing, alot. Final count, 19 mechs, 3Continue reading “[Traveller] Talkin’ Mechs”

[Traveller] JBE Needs Your Help

Good day Traveller fans, In April, Jon Brazer Enterprises will be turning one year old. It has been a long road and a learning experience, but we made it farther than we thought we would. And now, we are looking to go much further. To do that, we need your help. Over the past yearContinue reading “[Traveller] JBE Needs Your Help”

And Now A Word About Words

Not long ago we posted a link to a forum thread where many people said some very nice things about d66 Ship Names 2. It has come to our attention that many other people have been saying good things about the whole d66 line, other individual products and about Jon Brazer Enterprises in general. HereContinue reading “And Now A Word About Words”

[Traveller] I Heart Mechs

This is a repost of a blog entry on ENWorld. Come join us there for more Pathfinder RPG blog posts and a few Traveller entries as well. Mechs make fun toys. No matter what setting they’re in, I love mechs. DragonMech, Exalted’s warstriders, BattleTech, Mech Warrior and many others. There’s just something about piloting aContinue reading “[Traveller] I Heart Mechs”

[Traveller] Mech Tech ‘n’ bot: Fighters and Small Ships Released

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. Ships streak across the sky,Continue reading “[Traveller] Mech Tech ‘n’ bot: Fighters and Small Ships Released”

[Traveller] When You Really Need Something to Go Boom

As our last preview of Mech Tech ‘n’ bot: Fighters and Small Ships for the week, we’re displaying two more pages. Today we’re showing the two page spread for the Proxima P Series Torpedo Bomber. Designed to be sold to less advanced worlds, this series of bombers have been used by less advanced worlds toContinue reading “[Traveller] When You Really Need Something to Go Boom”

[Traveller] Wednesday Preview

This week is going by much faster than I had been expecting. Since I missed a preview yesterday, I’m giving a supersized preview today. Instead of just sharing a stat block, here are two pages of the book with both stat blocks. Click on the thumbnail below for the full size image. Enjoy. Mech TechContinue reading “[Traveller] Wednesday Preview”

[Traveller] Fighters and Small Ships Preview

The naming contest ended this past weekend with Twinsai being voted the ship’s name. Congratulations to Darkjoy for submitting off the winning entry. Throughout the week, Jon Brazer Enterprises will be releasing previews for Fighters and Small Ships. This 16 page supplement details six different class of ships, each with several variations. Each ship receivesContinue reading “[Traveller] Fighters and Small Ships Preview”

[Traveller] Design Philosophy of Fighters and Small Ships

With Mech Tech ‘n’ bot: Fighters and Small Ships being released soon, I probably should discuss the design philosophy behind the book. My philosophy had two main sources for inspiration: modern cars and airplanes. When Boeing makes a 737 they customize it to their customer’s needs, but they tend to fall into one of severalContinue reading “[Traveller] Design Philosophy of Fighters and Small Ships”

[Traveller] Contest – Name This Ship

It seems like I am naming alot of stuff these days. Sometimes I can look at something and I know its name; other times its alot harder. This ship is one of the latter. So lets make this a contest. This is a sub-100 ton fighter produced by the Krown Corporation (from Mech Tech ‘n’Continue reading “[Traveller] Contest – Name This Ship”