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Guest Retro Review: White Dwarf #7

Guest Writer: Kevin Birge In The Shadow of the Dragon His smile was so corpulent I felt like I was gaining weight just looking at it. Mike. What kind of name for a thief is that? Softfoot, maybe. Or Blackknife. No sir. Mike it was, and this thief had been so successful that he had amassed riches beyond the dreams …

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Guest Review: Grimtooth’s Traps Bazaar

Guest Writer: Nick Monitto I came to find the “Dungeons & Dragons” game when both it and I were quite young, still in the single digits of age. Any time that I was out for a shopping trip, I hoped we might find our way to the wondrous Duane’s Toyland or the Waldenbooks shops that inhabited all of our malls. …

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Guest Review: Arduin Dungeon #1 Caliban

Guest Writer: Nick Monitto In the early years of the “Dungeons & Dragons” game, the TSR Company was growing forth from small humble roots. Out of the living room and basement of Gary Gygax’s own home, the rule books and adventures were created, assembled, and sent into the hands of eager gamers. But dominant as they were starting to become, …

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Allen Hammack’s 7 of the Best

Written by Allen Hammack Only seven? Really?!? That’s the biggest challenge in these sorts of articles, narrowing down a love of literature, television, and movies to choose only seven. So I’m going to cheat—I mean, I’m going to minmax the rules… The Downfall of the Lord of the Rings and the Return of the King, by J. R. R. Tolkien Original …

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Larry Young’s 7 of the Best

Written by Larry Young Look, you are going to get your top ten best SF movies all over the Internet. Everybody is right about the first three, 2001, Blade Runner,Chuck Heston’s Planet of the Apes. The rest is personal taste, a Logan’s Run here, a Solaris there. You don’t need me to tell you. But here’s my seven best no one ever …

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Wake Me Up Before You Go Go: A Review of Paranoia by Mongoose Games

Guest Writer:  Kevin Birge The Jitterbug! (Clap.Clap.Clap.Clap.) The Jitterbug! (Clap.Clap.Clap.Clap.) And as the long forgotten pop earworm bites into the brain of the sleeping clone, the clone thinks “It’s cold. I’m cold. It’s cold.” And sits up, awake, and his Cerebral Coretech is flashing 12:00. His breath fills the room with vapor, a new and terrifying thing. Is the smoke toxic? …