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Default "What is Traveller Canon?" by Rob

There are decades of Traveller material, filling a spectrum from "canonical" and binding on publishers, all the way to "this will never be canon unless Marc explicitly makes it so"... with a lot of good ideas in between.

How can you sort them out? What do you do IF you want your document to be consistent with Traveller?

Here's my standard.
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