Signal-GK - the Fanzine

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Background

Signal-GK was a fanzine produced in the UK, as a resource for referees of Traveller. During its four year, often irregular run, the contributors, among other things, detailed the whole of Dagudashaag Sector for the classic and rebellion period. Much of this vast library of information is now contained here.

Download Issue 1 (including Library Data Subsector N) (PDF re-edit 1.41mb)
Download Issue 2 (including Library Data Subsector K) (PDF re-edit 1.72mb)
Download Issue 3 (including Library Data Subsector F) (PDF re-edit 1.54mb)
Download Issue 4 (including Library Data Subsector B) (PDF re-edit 5.88mb)
Download Issue 5 (including Library Data Subsector A) (PDF re-edit 1.94mb)
Issue 6 to be released soon  

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Download Issue 8 (including Library Data Subsector P)
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Download Issue 10                           
Download Library Data Subsector C     
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Download Issue 11                           
Download Aslan in TNE (A5)               
Download Library Data Subsector I     
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Download Issue 12                           
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Download Issue 13                           
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© 1997-2010 Signal-GK Productions: Jae Campbell.

All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission from the author.

Notice

These fanzines contain certain adult themes that may not be suitable for younger players.

Traveller is a registered trademark of Far Future Enterprises. ® 1996 all rights reserved.

Portions of this material are copyright © 1977-2010 Far Future Enterprises.

Credits

~ Editors ~

Jae Campbell, Duncan Law-Green, Andy Lilly & Leighton Piper

~ Artwork ~

Tim Osbourne, Nik Piper, Gershom, Duncan Law-Green, Len Robinson & Paul Sanders

~ Dagudashaag Development Team (DDT) ~

Jae Campbell, Duncan Law-Green, Stuart Machin, Tim Osbourne, Andrew Pickford, Leighton Piper, Lee Richardson, Adie Stewart, Nick Walker.

~ and with thanks to the following additional contributors to Signal-GK ~

Peter Antill, Anthony Baggeley, David Burden, Keven Berry, Martin Blake,

Andy Bolstridge, Andy Boulton, Ben Chambers, Timothy Collinson, Andy Goddard,

Steve Hatherley, Ann Hindson, Colin Hollands, David Johnson, David Jones, Justin Key,

Nick Law, Bruce Lewis, Barbara Lucas, Stuart Machin, Mike Mikesh, Dominic Mooney,

Roger E. Moore, Nick Munn, Roger Myhre, Alison Nash, Paul Radford, Lee Richardson, Dave Robertson,

Megan Robertson, Ian Rowan, Paul Sanders, Dee Smith,John Tatman, Angela Taylor, Neil Taylor,

Django Upton, Steve Wass, Nik Whitehead.

and Glenn Hoppe who created the Bilanidin (Vilani) Font.


And of course the

~ Resurrection Team ~

who brought the "fragrant bones" of Signal-GK back to life;

Leighton Piper, Scott Martin, Ewan Quibell and Richard Artis


~ Dedications ~

‘To steal from one source is plagiarism, to steal from many is research...'

This book is dedicated to all the authors who have directly or indirectly inspired and ‘helped' us with our ‘research'.

Thank you, they say that imitation is the greatest form of flattery.

In particular I would like to dedicate these works to two people; Duncan Law-Green who was the first Brit' to explore the region and who's vision helped shape every aspect of the sector, and author, E.C. Tubb whose ‘Earl Dunarest' first inspired me to ‘travel' the stars.

Thank you.