Signal-GK 13

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Signal-GK 13
Issue 13 - Final Issue
Publisher Signal-GK
Version Traveller The New Era
Author Leighton Piper
Format Book (PDF)
Canonical No
Edition 1st
Year Published 1997
Pages 32
Available from Signal-GK/issues
Table of Contents
Signal-GK 13 is an early fanzine periodical that developed Dagudashaag Sector.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

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Table of Contents[edit]

Contents List and Starport FreeFax 1
Editorial (and an apology) 2
Port of Call: Reshumirak (world) by Jae Campbell 3
The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly by Jae Campbell 13
Additional Trade & Cargo rule by Leighton Piper 14
Cargo bonds in Milieu 0 by Dominic Mooney 16
Additional Cargo by Jo Grant 17
Trafe - A CyberTraveller adventure by Paolo Marino 18
Additional plotlines for Remnants Subsector by Leighton Piper 27
INDISS by Jae Campbell & Leighton Piper 28
Low Tech by Martin Dougherty 30
Library Data: Remnants Subsector by Leighton Piper and Jae Campbell Supplement

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Signal-GK ran for thirteen issues and inspired two supplement products:

  1. Signal-GK 01
  2. Signal-GK 02
  3. Signal-GK 03
  4. Signal-GK 04
  5. Signal-GK 05
  6. Signal-GK 06
  7. Signal-GK 07
  8. Signal-GK 08
  9. Signal-GK 09
  10. Signal-GK 10
  11. Signal-GK 11
  12. Signal-GK 12
  13. Signal-GK 13
  14. Encyclopaedia Dagudashaag
  15. For Your Eyes Only

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]


Tim Osbourne, Nik Piper, Jae Campbell
Bilanidin font designed by Glenn Hoppe
Subsector maps by Andrew Pickford

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