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Tiny Frontiers: A Minimalist Science Fiction Tabletop Roleplaying Game

Guest Writer: Jason “Flynn” Kemp “Tiny Frontiers: A Minimalist Science Fiction Tabletop Roleplaying Game” is a science-fiction game based on the Tiny Dungeon Ruleset. Written by Alan Bahr and published by Gallant Knight Games, Tiny Frontiers is 136 pages long, and it packs a lot into those pages. The rules themselves are explained in 28 pages (twenty for all players …

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Dynamite’s Sheena Queen of the Jungle #3

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams -This article was made possible by a gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Writers: Marguerite Bennett & Christina Trujillo Art:  Moritat and Dimi Macheras Color: Moritat and Casey Silver Letters:  Thomas Napolitano Caught in the grips of terrible Death Blossoms! Sheena must save the  young man Chano from the man-eating weeds before …

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Image Comics ‘Rose’ Vol 1 – Every Rose Should Have Her Thorne

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer – Meredith Finch Pencils & Inks – Ig Guara Colors – Triona Farrell Letters – Cardinal Rae Khats are magical greats cats. Lions, leopards, tigers, and the like. Khats pair off with humans called Guardians. They’re protectors of the …

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DUNGEON MAGAZINE ISSUE #39

Guest Writer: Johnny “Danger” Morris Dungeon Magazine was an excellent resource for DM’s on a budget. You could get several adventures that could easily be dropped into your campaign world for the adventurers to stumble upon. Issue #39, published for January/February 1992 contains 7 adventures ranging in character level from 0-10 including one set in the Spelljammer setting. Adventure #1, Below …

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Can Theo Langstrom resist the machinations of Orlana?

SNEAK PEEK:  ASPEN UNIVERSE: DECIMATION #2 Vince Hernandez – Story  / Marco Renna – Art / Federico Blee – Colors Meet Theo Langstrom; a delightful protagonist created by Michael Turner and Frank Mastromauro.  But who is Theo, really?  Is Theo indeed a free thinker, as many of us believe our own selves to be?  Or is Theo just an everyman; …

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Gangbusters Module GB1: Trouble Brewing

Guest Writer: Jeffrey Webb In the Golden Age of TSR, when Boxed Sets ruled the Earth, there was Gangbusters. Gangbusters was a roleplaying game of the Roaring 20s, G-men, gangsters, bootleggers, flappers, speakeasies and tommy guns. This game has always been one of my favorites to read, but sometimes it can be a hard sell to a party who grew …

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THE LAPSED GAMER: PART 2

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams I’m always thinking of cool stories ideas and some of them I jot down and tinker with off and on. I had one in my back pocket that I thought would be perfect for this online D&D bachelor party. We had some veterans and some folks new to RPGs altogether. So I wanted to do something different. …

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Setting Off With Adventurer Magazine Issue 1

Guest Writer: Matthew Stephen Sunrich -This article was made possible with a gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Gaming reached an interesting plateau in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the Satanic Panic, role-playing games were more popular and more controversial than ever. Many players, facing opposition from parents, educators, church groups, acquaintances, and even complete …