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    Type S Seeker Independent Mining Ship "Free Fall Lady" $2.99
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    Type S Seeker Independent Mining Ship \"Free Fall Lady\"
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    Type S Seeker Independent Mining Ship "Free Fall Lady"
    Publisher: Scrying Eye Games
    by David T. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 08/07/2015 17:17:22

    Beautiful high quality deckplans of the type S Seeker variant. I can't find any fault.



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    Type S Seeker Independent Mining Ship "Free Fall Lady"
    Publisher: Scrying Eye Games
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 09/16/2013 11:52:49

    We all are familiar with the streamlined wedge of the Type S (well, if you have been playing Traveller as long as I have you will be!), but here is a beautifully-detailed set of plans showing one set up as an asteroid mining ship complete with drones and even the less than tidy staterooms of your average working spaceman...

    As you'd expect there's a lot crammed into very little space. Bridge, turret, drones, engineering space, ore storage, fuel... and just two staterooms. You will get to know your fellow miners very well.

    There is a single page overview and full-colour battlemap sized plans spread over several pages, including the outside of the vessel should you fancy a stroll, need to fend off boarders or clean away some strange parasitic growth (don't ask about the cartoon that became the badge for life sciences research on the Space Shuttle....).

    Advice is given on how best to manage printing, including the recommendation to use a print shop for best results (and not overburdening a normal home printer) and mounting the resulting plan on board and/or protecting it with lamination or an acrylic sheet.

    It's a nice, working, lived-in looking ship and I'm itching to head off into the black...



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