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Ground Forces: Defending the Imperium in the Army and Marines
     

Ground Forces: Defending the Imperium in the Army and Marines

by Douglas E. Berry, Glenn Grant (Illustrator), Gene Seabolt (Editor), Zach Howard (Illustrator)
 

Holding together an Imperium requires the services of an iron elite, Marines willing to jump from a starship and into the teeth of a planetary defense net, Army troopers willing to travel the universe one slit trench at a time, armor commanders willing to bet their lives that they can get there first with the most.
Do you have what it takes?
GURPS

Overview

Holding together an Imperium requires the services of an iron elite, Marines willing to jump from a starship and into the teeth of a planetary defense net, Army troopers willing to travel the universe one slit trench at a time, armor commanders willing to bet their lives that they can get there first with the most.
Do you have what it takes?
GURPS Traveller: Ground Forces describes the Imperial Marines and Unified Armies, laying the foundation for a campaign thick with laser fire and full of action! It includes:
A history of ground combat and campaigns in the Imperium.
Detailed descriptions of Marine and Army units, from squads to battalions and up—as well as rules for easily determining the makeup of a world or subsector army.
New, expanded templates for Marine and Army characters.
New gear for Imperial soldiers.
New, modular rules for designing military and civilian grav vehicles in GURPS Traveller.
And much more!
GURPS Traveller: Ground Forces has everything you need to add untold punch to your campaign!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781556344442
Publisher:
Jackson, Steve Games, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/2004
Series:
Gurps Series
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.40(d)

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