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Fight On! #6 Summer 2009 By Ignatius Umlaut
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Fight On! charges into its sixth issue on an orc stampede like Shadowfax! Dedicated to Lee Gold, legendary editor of Alarums & Excursions, FO! #6 features dungeons, cities, wilderness, rules... More > variants, fantastic art, poetry, polemic, and puissant pennings from a pantheon of gaming’s finest! Contributors include Lee Gold, Tim Kask, Jeff Rients, Mark Allen, David “Sham” Bowman, Ron Edwards, Jason Morningstar, Geoffrey O. Dale, Calithena, Stephan Poag, Mikko Torvinen, Erin Bisson, Michael “Chgowiz” Shorten, Gabor Lux, Lee Barber, Tony “Wheggi” Rosten, Baz Blatt, Michael Curtis, James Maliszewski, Zach Houghton, Andy “Atom” Taylor, Steve Zieser, Jeff Talanian, Patrick Farley, and many, many more!< Less
Fight On! #6 Summer 2009 PDF Version By Ignatius Umlaut
eBook (PDF): $4.99
This is the PDF version. Fight On! charges into its sixth issue on an orc stampede like Shadowfax! Dedicated to Lee Gold, legendary editor of Alarums & Excursions, FO! #6 features dungeons,... More > cities, wilderness, rules variants, fantastic art, poetry, polemic, and puissant pennings from a pantheon of gaming’s finest! Contributors include Lee Gold, Tim Kask, Jeff Rients, Mark Allen, David “Sham” Bowman, Ron Edwards, Jason Morningstar, Geoffrey O. Dale, Calithena, Stephan Poag, Mikko Torvinen, Erin Bisson, Michael “Chgowiz” Shorten, Gabor Lux, Lee Barber, Tony “Wheggi” Rosten, Baz Blatt, Michael Curtis, James Maliszewski, Zach Houghton, Andy “Atom” Taylor, Steve Zieser, Jeff Talanian, Patrick Farley, and many, many more.< Less
Two Thoughtful Uncles Smiling to the Beat By Andy Mor
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Two Thoughtful Uncles Smiling to the Beat A Short Story by Jane Doe Boris Gump had always loved picturesque Amsterdam with its lovely, lazy lakes. It was a place where he felt barmy. He was an... More > adorable, daring, cocoa drinker with slimy warts and ample eyelashes. His friends saw him as a greasy, green god. Once, he had even helped a sticky baby bird cross the road. That's the sort of man he was.< Less