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Nomads of the Uncharted Sky

They forge a path between forgotten worlds, bringing the treasures of foreign suns in exchange for the prices that only earthdwellers can pay. Open this free supplement for the equally free Stars Without Number RPG to learn of the Scavenger Fleets and their age-old trade between the far-flung worlds of humanity. The ruthless heirs of the Scream's shattered fleets, these ships will go anywhere and do anything to turn the profit they need to keep flying.

You'll find a history of the Scavenger Fleets in the Stars Without Number world, along with example fleets, tables for generating your own bands of nomadic scavenger-merchants, and a selection of new hulls and ship fittings to tantalize your players.

("But where," you demand, "are my tools for mercantile campaigns and star-faring traders?" To this, I can only counsel continued vigilance. Your needs are not forgotten, and even now strange things brew for your future delectation.)

 
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September 30th, 2013
I am of two minds about this particular suppliment. While any GM wanting to use Scavenger Fleets as protagonists/antagonists for the PCs to encounter will find no problems with the information given. A GM wishing to use the Fleets as the basis [...]
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July 5th, 2013
Clear, concise and useful. Best of all, free! Thanks so much for all you do for the game you created, Mr. Crawford! [...]
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February 18th, 2013
Very nice. More great stuff for me to slowly add to my campaign as it expands. [...]
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