The sequel to Twilight: 2000 is a sci-fi RPG called 2300 AD. However, it wasn’t always called that, as Games Designer’s Workshop published the game under Traveller: 2300 in 1986.
GDW also published the Traveller RPG, but, weirdly, this sci-fi wasn’t related. Sensibly, the game was renamed 2300 AD, and a second edition was released a few years later.
Specifically, 2300 AD is set 300 years after the Twilight War, and you can grab it between now and Monday the 23rd from the Bundle of Holding.
Starter Collection – $16.95
There’s an impressive retail value of $90 for the eight books in this core tier.
- Traveller: 2300 1E
- Ships of the French Arm
- Aurore and Nyotekundu Sourcebooks
- Four 2300 AD 1E adventures
The threshold price started at $28.50, and if you meet it, there’s a further $90 worth of downloads available.
- 2300 AD 2E
- Two 2300AD 2E guides
- 2300AD Colonial Atlas
- Kafer Sourcebook
- Three 2300 AD 2E adventures
A slice of cash raised by this bundle goes to support Direct Relief, the Bundle of Holding’s usual charity partner.
It should also be noted that these are scanned PDFs which means dirty covers and even a signature.
- Game Designer’s Workshop: 2300 AD RPG
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