Author: Justin R. Achilli, Andrew Bates, Robert Hatch, Sheri M. Johnson, Steve S. Long, Mark Moore, Ethan Skemp, Fred Yelk
Original Concept and Design: Robert Hatch with Andrew Bates, Ken Cliffe, Greg Fountain, Sheri M. Johnson, Chris McDonough, Ethan Skemp, Mike Tinney, Richard Thomas, Stephen Wieck and Fred Yelk
Additional Design: Justin R. Achilli, Steve S. Long, Mark Moore
Additional Material: Brooks Miller, Dave Van Domelen
Development: Robert Hatch (Book I)
Editing Carl Bowen
Development for d20 Version: Michael B. Lee with Andrew Bates (Book II)
Editing for d20 Version: Ellen P. Kiley
Managing Editor for d20 Version: Andrew Bates
Art Director: Richard Thomas
Cover Art: Tom Fleming
Front and Back Cover Design for d20 Version: Matt Milberger
Interior Art: Guy Davis, Glenn Fabry, Thomas Fleming, Langdon Foss, Michael Gaydos, Jeff Holt, Mike Huddleston, Mark Jackson, Phil Jimenez, Leif Jones, Matt Milberger, Christopher Moeller, William O'Connor, Paolo Parente, Steve Prescott, Jeff Rebner, Steve Rude, Alex Sheikman, Uko Smith, Larry Snelly, Richard Thomas, Melissa Uran.

"Fireman" illustration inspired by Frank Miller. "Dr. Duke Roll" article illustrations inspired by Ralph Steadman.

Layout, Typesetting and Design for d20 Version: Matt Milberger
Special Thanks: Alderac Entertainment Group for the use of the chase rules from Spycraft. They're an excellent fit with the Trinity Universe.
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing Inc.
Imprint: ArtHaus Publishing, Inc, Sword and Sorcery Studios
Published: June 2004
Pages: 235
Year: 2015
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-695-4
PDF: Bullet-rpg

Aberrant d20 was the last published Aberrant book after the line was discontinued in 2002. Most of the setting and flavor material is unchanged from the Storyteller System version.

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