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Battlefield Press, Inc presents a science fiction campaign setting for Savage Worlds set in Stewart Cowley's Terran Trade Authority. This first book, The Proxima War written by Jonathan M. Thompson and Jeffery Lily, gives details from Earth's first contact to the aftermath of the war. Details will be presented on the military advances, the descriptions of the aliens and all the ships from the book Spacecraft 2000 to 2100 AD. 

This setting book gives you:

  • Background on the major races
  • Details on how to build each of the major races as characters - Aphans, Proximans and Terrans
  • Savage Worlds stat blocks on the ships in Spacecraft 2000-2100
  • Detailed timeline of events

About Terran Trade Authority:

The Terran Trade Authority is a science-fiction setting originally presented in a collection of four large illustrated science fiction books published between 1978 and 1980. This series was written by Stewart Cowley.

The books formed a connected space-opera milieu, describing the future history of mankind's expansion into the galaxy, presented in the guise of official handbooks by the trade organization from which the setting takes its name. However, the books sometimes contained contradictory information (e.g., the nature of early FTL technology).

Compared to other science fiction settings, the TTA setting appears optimistic about man's place in the universe, though elements of violence and authoritarianism do appear in the books. It features a strong undercurrent of wonder and adventure, due in part to the inclusion of various mysterious alien relics and incidents that are left unexplained by the author.

 
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Curt M December 11, 2017 4:45 pm UTC
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Jonathan, thanks for putting this on Deal of the Day.
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Jeffrey K December 04, 2017 4:16 pm UTC
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Will there be more of this setting for Savage Worlds?
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JOSE ANDRES D December 12, 2016 11:56 am UTC
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Jonathan T November 01, 2017 12:45 am UTC
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We will make sure that is fixed when we upload the final version. Thank you for point it out. Sorry it took so long to reply, we have been trying to get the final book together.
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Craig T May 14, 2016 1:41 am UTC
wow! This looks like fun. I loved the first book (I had no idea there were others until I was on Amazon maybe a year ago) when I first saw it too many years ago.
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This title was added to our catalog on May 11, 2016.