Station Analysis Reports

Seit letzten November werden auf der englischen Station Analysis Mailingliste von Angus Abranson Berichte über den aktuellen Status und de Zukunft von SLA gepostet.

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jdw
 
Station Analysis Report 1 - November 2003

Station Analysis Report 1 - November 2003

Hi folks,

Welcome to the first of the monthly SLA Industries Status Reports.

Here at Nightfall HQ we are planning on writing up progress reports to
be mailed to the SLA Industries Fan List (Station Analysis
[email protected]) as well as to be circulated
around news sites, etc. So please feel free to forward these posts to
people or sites that may be interested in finding out what we're up too!

The aim of these reports is to keep you all updated with the progress
and news on SLA Industries itself and the companies supporting it. So
without further ado let's start wetting your appetite for the future....

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PUBLISHERS
SLA's been through two of the biggest and most respected publishers in
the RPG Industry during it's ten year lifespan. It's safe to say that
without the support that both Wizards of the Coast and Hogshead
Publishing showed the game during its time with them the game might not
be around today. When James Wallis decided to bow out of the RPG
industry and sell Hogshead Publishing on the license to publish SLA
Industries reverted back to Nightfall Games Limited. We had been given a
heads up from James a few months in advance of the final closure so had
time to start thinking about the games future.

At the same time as SLA was returning to Nightfall Dave Allsop (SLA's
creator) and myself (Angus Abranson) were in the process of starting up
a new publishing company called Cubicle 7 Entertainment. It was our aim
to use Cubicle 7 to publish some new ideas that we, and others, had
floating around in development as well as translating some of the best
foreign language games into English and supporting some existing
well-known brands through third-party publishing licenses. We've been
working on building up the company and it's first years worth of
releases for the best part of twelve months and now, finally, have all
of cogs oiled and in place.

It was decided that the best vehicle to promote SLA Industries would be
Cubicle 7 Entertainment. Especially as this way Dave can take the reins
as Line Developer on SLA and help give everyone the nightmares they
deserve. We (Cubicle 7) are fully committed to taking SLA Industries
into the future and are looking forward to building the game where
Wizards of the Coast and Hogshead left off.

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RELEASE SCHEDULE
We are planning on releasing a series of books starting with Hunter
Sheets Issue 1 in late Spring 2004. What follows are tasters of each of
the titles currently planned for a 2004 release. More about estimated
release dates, page counts, prices, etc will appear in future Station
Analysis Reports and we hope to bring you previews of some of the
artwork when the website is fully up and running (which should be by the
end of the year).

HUNTER SHEETS: Issue 1
Hunter Sheets focuses on 20 of the prominent SLA subversives operating
in the World of Progress, ranging from the lethal rival company agents
like Sniper D - an undefeated Dark Night Assassin, to the notorious
Shian Blood Cultist - Elliot Raik.
GMs will find detailed backgrounds, game stats and how to utilize these
villains in game.
Hunter Sheets also includes stats on new equipment, powers and the first
Conflict Alien race to reemerge in the SLA Universe – The Krell…

CANNIBAL SECTOR ONE SOURCEBOOK
The CS One sourcebook is an extensive guide to one of the most
dangerous regions on the whole of Mort. Inside you’ll find extended
background and descriptions of all its colorful inhabitants – Cannibal
Clans, Carrien, and the Scavs.
CS One also talks about the sectors size and the important landmarks
Operatives can explore. Players can get the new option to play Sleeper
Shivers, or if the GM is feeling especially cruel, there are rules for
running SLA Industries newest division – Cannibal Sector Operatives.
Other highlights include a whole collection of insects and vermin
exclusive to CS One, and range of horrid diseases that even Ebb Healers
will have trouble curing…

SLA INDUSTRIES WORLD GUIDE 1 - JACINTO
The first in a series of short World Books exploring civilizations,
cultures, flora and fauna on SLA owned planets. We’re kicking off with
the Resource World Jacinto ( also known as ‘Red Hell’). Widely regarded
as a top safari venue for Contract Hunters, Jacinto is heavily populated
with a wide variety of exotic (and deadly!) animals.
This supplement gives stats and background material for Razorheads,
Vitchers and Nariks, which are mentioned briefly in Contract Directory.

SLA INDUSTRIES WORLD GUIDE 2 - XAIME
Xaime is an Industrial/War World on the outer rim of the World Of
Progress. For centuries it has been violent battleground for the forces
of SLA Industries and Thresher Inc., but now the planet’s original
inhabitants have returned to reclaim it – The Krell.

WHITE EARTH
This book covers the most terrifying world in the SLA Universe.
The D-Notice has finally been lifted, the truth uncovered. White Earth
will explain its history, origins and its eternal prisoner – Bitterness.
Also included are extensive rules about how to run a White Earth
campaign, the planets impact on the World of Progress and all other
information pertaining to the Truth, which Slayer has struggled to keep,
hidden over the centuries.
White Earth will be like nothing SLA fans will have seen before.

That's all for this month. If you would like to contact us please direct
your emails to me at [email protected]

Until next month, Stay SLA!

Angus Abranson
Cubicle 7 Entertainment/
Nightfall Games Limited
London, UK

Stay SLA
jdw
 
Station Analysis Report 2 - December 2003

Station Analysis Report 2 - December 2003

Hi folks,

Welcome to the second of the monthly Cubicle 7 and SLA Industries Status
Reports.

This month we have a brief update on the SLA Industries releases we
announced last month, some information on the brand new game that we'll
be releasing in the 2nd Quarter of 2004, a request for retailer details
(which could win someone some goodies!), ways you can mail order SLA
Industries if you are currently finding it hard to acquire the books
locally and also a little charity from Cubicle 7 and Nightfall Games to
celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of a new one!

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RETAILER OPEN CALL + COMPETITION

Send us details of your local store and you could win a SLA Industries
book of your choice! For every store we are sent details of up until
January 31st 2004 you will be entered into a free draw in which you can
win one of back catalogue of books (including the Hardback rulebook for
SLA) or a copy of Hunter Sheets: Issue 1 or the Cannibal Sector One
Sourcebook upon release!

The list that you will help us create will be used to compile a database
to allow us to directly keep the retailer informed of what we're doing
and also to direct others to stores in their areas which can supply them
with our goodies. It will also form the beginning of our Retailers Page
on our forthcoming website.

The details we need are the following:

Name of Store
Full Address (including ZIP or Post Code, State and Country)
Telephone Number
Email Address (if applicable)
Web Site (if applicable)

If you can let us know if they already stock SLA Industries that will be
a bonus but is not essential.

Please send the above information to me at
[email protected] and include RETAILER in the Subject Line.

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FRANKENSTEIN FACTORY
Cubicle 7 is pleased to announce that we have acquired the English
language rights to Frankenstein Factory. Originally published by Polish
company Portal, who were also responsible for the acclaimed De Profundis
game, Frankenstein Factory a horror game where you play Frankenstein's
Children. In a converted mansion near the Victorian town of Shalleymouth
Doctor Victor Frankenstein has built a factory where he brings to life
his experiments, the unnatural creatures, his 'Children', on an assembly
line. More concerned in continuously experimenting, pulling levers and
scribbling formulas than actually caring for his creations his Children
are left to explore the Factory and beyond with only his faithful
servant Igor and a cast of others including Bonobo and the Nursery
School Lady to 'guide' them.
Characters are made up of various body parts and have four stats which
relate to a particular part of their body -Mind (Head), Agility (Arms),
Strength (Torso) and Speed (Legs). Some of these parts will contain
special abilities or disabilities which may help or hinder them on their
explorations.
Frankenstein Factory is an incredibly easy-to-learn game in the 'New
Style' tradition made popular by Hoghead Publishing. Brought to life by
the sinister front and interior artwork of Dave Allsop it is visually
stunning as well as a disturbing good game.
Release Date: 2nd Quarter 2004

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2004 RELEASE UPDATE

HUNTER SHEETS: Issue 1
All the artwork, writing and editing for Hunter Sheets is now complete
and, after a quick final proof read it's off to layout land. If this
product is well received we're planning on doing further Issues of
Hunter Sheets in-between the larger sourcebooks in 2005. Each issue will
also contain info on a new Conflict Alien race emerging in the World of
Progress.
Release Date: 2nd Quarter 2004

CANNIBAL SECTOR ONE SOURCEBOOK
We've received the manuscript for CS One and have begun the editing
process. Penned by the Origins-Award Winning James 'Grim' Desborough
(The Munchkin's Guide to Power Gaming - Steve Jackson Games), and with
cover and interior art by the immensely talented Clint Langley (Slaine -
2000AD; Celtos - I-Kore) we feel that this is the best SLA Industries
Sourcebook to date. Dave Allsop (Armageddon - Eden Studios; Red Wedding,
Shadowfist - Z-Man Games) is furiously scribbling lots of additional
artwork and we hope to have the whole book fully illustrated, edited and
ready for layout by the end of February. Expect to be blown away!
Release Date: 3rd Quarter 2004 (Early)

SLA INDUSTRIES WORLD GUIDE 1 - JACINTO
Work on the Jacinto World Guide is due to commence at the beginning of
February and is being written and illustrated by SLA Industries creator
Dave Allsop.
Release Date: 3rd Quarter 2004

SLA INDUSTRIES WORLD GUIDE 2 - XAIME
Tim Dedopulos (Brujah Clan Trilogy - White Wolf; various Unknown Armies
Sourcebooks) is on board for writing duties and we're talking to one of
the original SLA Artists Brian 'Chippy' Dugan (Iron Kingdoms - Privateer
Press) about doing the cover and interior artwork.
Release Date: 4th Quarter 2004

WHITE EARTH RPG + SOURCEBOOK
Dave will be starting on White Earth after Jacinto and it'll pretty much
be a fulltime endeavour until its completion. White Earth will be both a
stand-alone RPG and a SLA Industries Sourcebook, allowing GM's and
Players to incorporate it into their existing SLA Industries campaigns
or run it from scratch. We are hoping to be able to publish this
Hardback book in full colour but are waiting to see how things pan out
on that front.
Release Date: 4th Quarter 2004 (Late)

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MAIL ORDER PROVIDERS
If you can not get hold of the back catalogue of SLA Industries books
from your local store (please ask them first as they can order them
through their distributors) or if you do not have a local store you can
mail order our games. We currently have two Mail Order Partners that we
are recommending and are talking to a US-based company whom we are
hoping to be able to announce a deal with in the near future.
We are please to announce that Hogshead Publishing (the previous
publisher of SLA Industries) will be selling our back catalogue via
their www.hogshead.demon.co.uk website. Leisure Games
www.leisuregames.com also stock all of our back catalogue. Both
companies are UK based but offer a worldwide mail order service.

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CUBICLE 7/NIGHTFALL GAMES CHARITY PLEDGE
For every book brought by Distributors from our Fulfilment House
(Impressions Advertising & Marketing www.impressionsadv.net ), or by
individuals through mail order with Hogshead Publishing or direct from
ourselves in the months of December and January we are donating $1 to
Amnesty International (www.amnesty.org).

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CUBICLE 7 WEBSITE
It's coming. Honest.

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FAN LISTS + FORUMS
If you are interested in talking about SLA Industries please take a look
at the following Mailing List and Forum.

SLA Industries Fan List:
Station Analysis [email protected]

SLA Industries Fan Forum:
Team 8 http://team8.co.uk/forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=7

More news next newsletter! Until then stay SLA!

Angus Abranson & Dave Allsop
Cubicle 7 Entertainment/
Nightfall Games Limited
London, UK

Stay SLA
jdw
 
Station Analysis Report 3 – October 2004

Station Analysis Report 3 – October 2004

Hi folks,

Welcome to the (long) overdue third Station Analysis Report. I must
apologise for the very lengthy delay between the last report and this
one. On one hand a lot has been happening and on the other very little
of it has been report-worthy. I will endeavour to keep a regular stream
of information coming through each month so you know where we are and
what we’re up to. This will undoubtedly be helped with the launch of our
mythical website.

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In This Issue
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1. Dave Allsop
2. Revised Release Schedule
3. White Earth
4. SLA Industries 2nd Edition
5. Hunter Sheets: Issue One
6. Cannibal Sector One
7. Frankenstein Factory
8. Mail Order Providers
9. Competition Winners & Retailer Open Call
10. Cubicle 7 Website
11. Out of Print Titles
12. Fan Lists & Forums
13. On The Horizon/Farewell

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1. DAVE ALLSOP
===============

Many of you will already know that Dave Allsop, the creator of SLA
Industries and my partner in Cubicle 7 Entertainment, has stepped down
as a director in both Cubicle 7 and Nightfall Games so he can pursue
other ventures. This has caused a slight change in our production
schedule as you can imagine.

Dave is still going to be working with Cubicle 7 on a freelance basis
and is indeed currently working on one of our titles which will now be
released in 2005. Dave will also be involved as the main consultant on
SLA Industries 2nd Edition, of which more will be spoken about later in
this newsletter. So fans of Dave’s work will be pleased to know that
he’s presence will still be felt and you’ll even get to see his warped
imagination at work in both the written word and artistically in future
Cubicle 7 products – SLA Industries and beyond. Dave’s fans should also
keep an eye out for the forthcoming ‘Book of Unremitting Horror’ by
Pelgrane Press which was designed and illustrated by Dave and written by
Adrian Bott. Dave also has an ongoing story arc called ‘The Ocean Game’
which he is writing on his Live Journal
(http://www.livejournal.com/users/daver2323/). Adrian also has a Live
Journal which can be found at http://www.livejournal.com/users/cavalorn/

Everyone at Cubicle 7 Entertainment and Nightfall Games wishes Dave the
best of luck in his future projects and I look forward to working with
him in his freelance capacity for many years to come.

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2. REVISED RELEASE SCHEDULE
===============

A combination of things have caused a revision to our previously
announced release schedule. Even before Dave’s decision to step down
from the day-to-day running of the company we were facing publication
problems due to delays with two of our lay out artists. Both the lay out
artists we were using for the first two products (Hunter Sheets Issue
One and Cannibal Sector One) had ‘real-life’ situations which caused
them to go way over the specified deadlines. These ‘real-life’
situations were through no fault of their own and I would hope to be
able to use both again in the future when they have the time. As it is
congratulations are in order to Jay Forster who is expecting his first
child towards the end of this year. I’d also like to thank him for still
managing to find the time to complete the Hunter Sheets Issue One
project during a time that he had very little spare time available to
him. The real casualty to our schedule was Cannibal Sector One as we
lost our Editor and Lay Out Artist to unforeseen circumstances and have
had to look elsewhere to complete this project.

The new, revised, release schedule currently looks as follows:

CB7505 Hunter Sheets: Issue One (SLA Industries Sourcebook) - Winter
2004
CB7506 Cannibal Sector One (SLA Sourcebook Sourcebook) – Spring 2005
CB7507 SLA Industries World Guide 1 – Jacinto (SLA Industries
Sourcebook) - 2005
CB7508 SLA Industries World Guide 2 – Xaime (SLA Industries Sourcebook)
- 2005
CB7509 Soft Companies (SLA Industries Sourcebook) – 2005
CB7101 Frankenstein Factory (New Style RPG) – Winter 2004

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3. WHITE EARTH
===============

Sadly the White Earth RPG and Sourcebook for SLA Industries has been
placed on hold. It was a pet project of Dave’s and whilst all involved
would still like to see this book published neither of us can put the
necessary time and finances into this at present. The decision was made
that SLA Industries 2nd Edition was a higher priority at this time and
so we’re bringing forward the development of the new edition of the
game. I know this will come as a blow to a number of fans who have been
waiting for White Earth for many years. It’s a blow to us too. The
concept art that Dave has already done is fantastic and we hope that
after SLA 2.0 we will be able to resurrect White Earth with Dave as lead
author.

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4. SLA INDUSTRIES 2ND EDITION
===============
We have already started some of the development for SLA Industries 2nd
Edition. Dave, James ‘Grim’ Desborough (author of Cannibal Sector One
and the Origins Award-winning ‘The Munchkin’s Guide to Power Gaming’
published by Steve Jackson Games) and myself had a number of discussions
about SLA 2.0 both before Dave’s decision to leave the company and
since. It was very important for not only Dave but the rest of us at
Nightfall Games (Tim, Jared and myself) that SLA was in very safe hands
for the development and realisation of this brand new edition of the
game. Dave put forward Grim as his replacement to oversee, and develop,
the SLA Industries product range. Everyone at Nightfall agreed with this
and so James ‘Grim’ Desborough is the new line developer for the SLA
line from 2005 onwards. Grim will be working closely with Dave on the
second edition which we hope to release in 2006. All of our currently
scheduled releases will be compatible with the new edition.

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5. HUNTER SHEETS: ISSUE ONE
===============

HUNTER SHEETS: ISSUE ONE
(A SLA Industries Sourcebook)
Softback
Written by Dave Allsop, Tim Dedopulos, Rob Wood
PRICE: TBC
ISBN: TBC
Release Date: Winter 2004 (Pre-release copies should be available at
Dragonmeet 2004 in December in London, UK)

+ + + + + OPEN TRANSMISION + + + + +
This Corporate document is to be assigned to Sanctioned Operatives with
the required investigative and combat skills. Please find enclosed 20
HunterSheets to be distributed accordingly. All 20 Subversives are to
exterminated with Extreme Prejudice, and their remains returned to SLA
Head Office for identification before any payments are issued.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

“We must lead by example, make the targets suffer before they die.” –
Mr. Slayer

+ + + + + END TRANSMISION + + + + +

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6. CANNIBAL SECTOR ONE
===============

CANNIBAL SECTOR ONE
(A SLA Industries Sourcebook)
Softback
Written by James ‘Grim’ Desborough
Price: TBC
ISBN: TBC
Release Date: Spring 2005

Cannibal Sector One.

One.

First.

Premier.

In this case the primary place of nightmares, the place that sets the
mould, the place that haunts the dreams of citizens and operatives
alike, a place that troubles even Mr. Slayer.

It is here that legends come of die from Digger to Salvation Tower, the
failed experiments and misbegotten children of corporate greed and
genetic mismanagement.

It is here that the Cannibals creep and crawl, that the Carrien skulk
and chitter, that the Manchines drag their prey to their dark halls of
flesh. It is here that the Scavs wheeze and skulk, drawing their
mysterious plans against SLA.

This is hell, this is death, this is decay, this is the land of the
truly ignored, the forgotten, there is no underclass here, just predator
and prey.

Far in this abyssal place there is important work being done and the
battle for Mort’s soul is conducted, appropriately enough, in the land
of its nightmares.

Dare you brave CS1 or dare you defy Slayer’s orders?

Either way, you’ll rot in hell…

* Comprehensive guide to the people, places and things of Cannibal
Sector One.
* Get to know the wall and the people who work there, section by
section.
* Uncover the mysterious Sector Rangers and Slayer’s plans for the
sector.
* Cannibals, Carrien, Manchines and Scavs revealed. Learn to fear them
again.
* Learn about the mutations and hazards of life in CS1.
* Comprehensive NPC guide for use in your games.
* Equipment, weapons and vehicles for use in the sector, not that they
will help.
* A new, antisocial, Stormer variant, specially adapted for missions in
the wasteland.

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7. FRANKENSTEIN FACTORY
===============

FRANKENSTEIN FACTORY
Core Rulebook
Softback
Original Polish Edition Written by Joe Abrakadabra and Ignacy Trzewiczek
Additional English Writing: James ‘Grim’ Desborough
Price: TBC
ISBN: TBC
Release Date: Winter 2005

He arrived in the company of thunder and lightning. Most of us were
sitting in the Stone and Spindle at the time, impatiently anticipating
his arrival. The news had been going about for a month before. It was
known that somebody had bought the late Dillon’s old estate, not far
from our town. He was said to be a scientist of some sort, or a
professor. He’d invented something they said.

Through a dirty pub window I was watching a small, black, sombre
carriage ride along the main street in the gloomy sheets of rain. He
didn’t care to stop in town, nor to look around and make his
acquaintance with the locals. He galloped straight to his new house, to
the lonely hilltop looming several hundred yards over Shalleymouth.

Soon the town was buzzing with the strangest gossip. After a week the
workers came. We expected they were there only to renovate the mansion,
so it stunned us to see the changes that went on up there. It seemed as
if an architectural plague had attacked the whole house. Concrete and
red-brick walls rose up and cast-iron pipes protruded. Beside the
gothic-styled turrets chimneys appeared, letting out clouds of smoke.
It wasn’t the estate of the noble Dillon family anymore. We witnessed
the birth of the dark, terrifying and nightmarish Factory.

Although we didn’t have the chance to meet our new neighbour, we knew by
then he must have been completely insane. We couldn’t do a thing about
it, either. After a few months our feelings subsided. Just then the
Thing came. A terrible monstrosity with only passing resemblance to a
human in form, it seems to me now that the very semblance made it look
so much more repulsive to us. Before anybody could do anything it
massacred Thompson’s daughter and the young Watson. There was no doubt
where the Thing had come from. Armed with sticks and torches, we drove
the Thing back to its creator’s door. Images of that night still haunt
me: the grey clouds; the lightning bolts; the whipping rain, the twisted
body of the monster and its eyes, so frighteningly human…and the shot.

At first I mistook it for a sound of the thunder. Instead of the
lightning I expected, though, there was blood, as red as our own. It was
then when we finally saw Him. It was the first time he has ever left
his sanctuary. He ran towards the thing which was lying there, dying on
the wet grass and embraced it, simply embraced it. We stood there for
many minutes, perhaps hours, watching in silence, unable to do or say
anything reasonable.

Suddenly he shrugged, looked up at us as if he hadn’t noticed us before
at all, and he spoke. I still remember his voice, full of hate and his
face, lit up by the arcing lightning.

‘Filthy ignoramuses! Damned philistines, bound by our own little
prejudices! You did your very best, didn’t you? This night you proved
your worth. You proved what you were capable of. You proved what
dwells in your hearts and souls. I despise you all. You succumbed to
the simple fear of the unknown, such a base fear. You weren’t looking
for an explanation; you were looking for a scapegoat. I loathe you all.
Do not expect me to spare you. You shall fear me now. You shall fear
my name and my name is… FRANKENSTEIN!’

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8. MAIL ORDER PROVIDERS
===============

If you can not get hold of the back catalogue of SLA Industries books
from your local store (please ask them first as they can order them
through their distributors) or if you do not have a local store you can
mail order our games. We currently have two Mail Order Partners that we
are recommending in the UK and USA.
Leisure Games (United Kingdom) http://www.leisuregames.com/
Noble Knight Games (United States of America)
http://www.nobleknight.com/
Both companies have worldwide mail order services.
You may also buy direct from Cubicle 7. Please email me on
[email protected] for further information.

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9. COMPETITION WINNERS & RETAILER OPEN CALL
===============

We ran a competition in our last newsletter which everyone who sent us
information about their local games stores was entered into.

As it’s been a lot longer than expected we decided to have two winners
instead of one. I’m please to announce that the winners are the
following:

1. Sébastien Boisvert (for sending us Donjon Québec in Canada amongst
others)
2. Micheal Elmore (for sending us Dream Wizards in Rockville, MD, USA)

As we received a lot of information through this competition we’re going
to give it another shot. Everyone who entered last time (and didn’t win)
will be eligible in the next draw as will all new entries received by
1st January 2005.

So……

Send us details of your local store and you could win a SLA Industries
book of your choice! For every store we are sent details of up until
January 1st 2005 you will be entered into a free draw in which you can
win one of our current back catalogue of books (including the Hardback
rulebook for SLA) or a copy of Hunter Sheets: Issue 1 or the Cannibal
Sector One Sourcebook upon release!

The list that you will help us create will be used to compile a database
to allow us to directly keep the retailer informed of what we’re doing
and also to direct others to stores in their areas which can supply them
with our goodies. It will also form the beginning of our Retailers Page
on our forthcoming website.

The details we need are the following:

Name of Store
Full Address (including ZIP or Post Code, State and Country)
Telephone Number
Email Address (if applicable)
Web Site (if applicable)

If you can let us know if they already stock SLA Industries that will be
a bonus but is not essential.

Please send the above information to me at [email protected] and
include RETAILER in the Subject Line.

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10. CUBICLE 7 WEBSITE
===============

Is largely designed and awaiting my approval, and some more data from
me, before we can make it live. It should be on-line very shortly.

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11. OUT OF PRINT TITLES
===============

The Karma and Mort Sourcebooks are now both sold out with our Fulfilment
House. Some copies may still exist in shops or at some distributors but
once they are gone that’s it folks. We still have a very limited
quantity of the Mort Sourcebook available direct which we will be using
for direct mail order and convention sales. Neither book will be
reprinted in its current format although I am looking at the possibility
of making both available as PDF Downloads. More news as it comes.

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12. FAN LISTS & FORUMS
===============

If you are interested in talking about SLA Industries please take a look
at the following:.

SLA Industries Fan Mailing List:
Station Analysis [email protected]

SLA Industries Fan Forum:
Team 8 http://team8.co.uk/forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=7

SLA Industries Live Journal Community
Live Journal http://www.livejournal.com/community/sla_industries/

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13. ON THE HORIZON/FAREWELL
===============

We have a number of other projects in development, including some
licensed material, which I hope to be able to announce in the next
newsletter. The next newsletter will be sooner rather than later –
although I’m fully prepared, and deserve, to be ridiculed about the
lengthy gap between the last newsletter and the one you read now!

It’s been a very interesting year for us. Some of it has been immensely
frustrating whilst some it of has been incredibly fulfilling. I’m
looking forward to finally seeing our first books in print and I
sincerely hope you enjoy them. If you have any comments at all please do
not hesitate to contact me and I will endeavour to reply as soon as
possible. Your comments are always listened to and I will reply to
everyone as soon as I’m able to.

Thank you all for your continued support.

More news next newsletter! Until then stay SLA!

Angus Abranson
Cubicle 7 Entertainment
London, UK

Stay SLA
jdw
 
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