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  • QLI announces the release of 2320AD, a new sourcebook by Colin Dunn that extends the 2300 AD timeline, it requires the Traveller20 rules found in the Traveller's Handbook but can be used with any rules system.




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Welcome to the 2320ad Wiki
2320AD is QLI's game of colonisation and warfare 320 years after the Twilight War. It is a direct sequel to 2300AD by Game Designers' Workshop. This wiki is a resource where you can contribute to Mankind's Battle for the Stars in the Traveller 2300, 2300AD and 2320AD millieux.

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About 2320ad
  • Versions of 2300/2320AD
  • 2320AD rule discussion
  • List of Published Products
  • More Reading
  • About this Wiki
Featured Article
Challenge

Challenge was a role-playing game magazine published by Game Designers' Workshop between 1986 and 1996. Announced in Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society issue 22, the new (at the time unnamed) magazine) was going to expand JTAS to a larger format (8.5x11) and was going to expand coverage to GDW's new game Twilight:2000, and other games. The larger size was to allow printing more interesting things, like deck plans or sector maps which would not fit in the smaller JTAS format.

In order to maintain continuity for the Traveller fans (and JTAS subscribers) the first issue was numbered 25, rather than starting again with issue 1. Also to maintain continuity, Challenge featured a separate section labelled "Journal of the Travellers' Aid", which lasted through issue 28. Traveller articles continued to appear in the Challenge, but issues were frequently dominated by by articles of other gaming systems, including Twilight: 2000, 2300AD, Space 1889, and starting with the expansion to 64 pages in issue 30, games not published by GDW.

Challenge published 53 issues (through number 77), until 1996 when the closing of GDW forced the halt publication. The Traveller 2300 and 2300AD articles are now available on CD from Far Future Enterprises.



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Links to Traveller Wikia and some online copies of articles as well as internal articles on these topics.

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