For Your Eyes Only

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For Your Eyes Only
FYEO FrontPage.jpg
Author Jae Campbell
Canonical No
Edition 1st
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages 46
Publisher Signal-GK
Version Traveller The New Era
Year Published 2017
Available from File:For Your Eyes Only.pdf
Updated to Version 1.1i (November 2017)
Table of Contents
For Your Eyes Only is a follow on referee supplement to the Signal-GK periodical series.

Description (Specifications)

Welcome to the Dag’, a Sector that has been a major crossroads for over 40 million years; from before the Ancients to the present, a Sector filled with mystery, adventure and excitement.

This is a FREE supplement for the FREE Encyclopaedia Dagudashaag from Signal GK Productions specifically for referees; Encyclopaedia Dagudashaagis a PDF which details 559 solar systems, introduced one extremely skilled, well informed hacker called CyJac, several minor sophont races, some brilliant artwork and lots and lots of adventure hooks…

For Your Eyes Only is a behind the scenes guide detailing the stories behind the Sector's many mysteries.

Table of Contents

This PDF booklet contains answers to some of the many mysteries and intrigues in Dagudashaag Sector, details the ‘extinct’ Malaach race as well as news stories that can be used as adventure hooks.

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)

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)

Jae Campbell
Dagudashaag Development Team (DDT)
Jae Campbell, Duncan Law-Green, Stuart Machin, Tim Osbourne, Andrew Pickford, Leighton Piper, Lee Richardson, Ade Stewart and C. Nick Walker.
Tim Osbourne, Duncan Law-Green

External Link/s

For those interested in running a campaign set in the Sector it also lists links to detailed Port of Call and Contact articles detailed in the original 13 issues of the Signal-GK fanzine - downloadable from

References & Contributions (Sources)

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