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Alternative title: Valkyrie Magazine; Valkyrie Quarterly
Date: 1999-2003
Date: 1994-1998
Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 Valkyrie
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Launched at the 1994 Gen Con, Valkyrie was a roleplaying magazine published in the United Kingdom by Partizan Press (an imprint of Caliver Books). Overseen by founding editor Dave Renton (formerly of Roleplayer Independent), the magazine contained a mix of news, reviews, scenarios and articles for various roleplaying games and systems. When the first series of the magazine folded in 1998, it was relaunched the following year under the editorship of Jay Forster. The second incarnation of Valkyrie folded, however, late 2003.

Notes

  • Liz Holliday was fiction editor for Valkyrie magazine for its first thirteen issues.

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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1994

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

Subtitle:
The Independent Role Playing Game Magazine
Frequency:
Irregular: 1 (1994) - 3 (1996) monthly; 14 (1997) - 17 (1998) two issues per year; 18 (1999) one issue only; 19 (2000) - 27 (2002) quarterly; 28 (2003), one issue only.
Range:
Vol. 1, No 1 (1994) - No 28 (2003).
Note:
Valkyrie issues were identified by volume and number between 1994 and 1998. From 1999 (No 18) onwards each issue was given a number only.
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