Wall of Heroes

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The Wall of Heroes commemorates the fallen of the Empire. Size and structure varies with the world.

  • In this case, it was two soaring wings embracing a central obelisk set on a concourse overlooking the city.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

As of 2019 CE, Traveller has over a 40 year span of publication covering nearly 2,000 published items and over a thousand primary authors to say nothing of artists, editors, project managers, and other staff behind these science fiction publications.

The setting device of the Wall of Heroes exists both within the OTU and outside of it as a Memorial of Fans who are no longer with us.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Traveller has had many talented champions, fans, authors, artists, and more...

These are just a selection of them who have received formal recognition:

Absent Friends[edit]

  1. Robert E. Bledshaw [1]
  2. Andrew Boulton [2]
  3. Clayton R. Bush [3]
  4. Paul Montgomery Crabaugh [4]
  5. John M. Ford [5]
  6. Bryan Gibson
  7. Hunter Gordon
  8. E. Gary Gygax [6]
  9. J. Andrew Keith [7]
  10. Donavan Lambertus
  11. Gregory P. Lee
  12. John Lees
  13. Jerry Mapes
  14. Donald McKinney
  15. Don Rapp [8]
  16. Dave Sering
  17. Bari Z. Stafford Sr. [9]
  18. Loren Wiseman of Grognard

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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