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#20 "Barren Trail, Colorado, Un-American Graffiti"

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#20 "Barren Trail, Colorado, Un-American Graffiti"
Sub Category: RPG Magazines
Publish Year: 2005
Pages: 72
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.15"
Restockable: Yes
NKG part #: 2148690920
Mfg. part #: MGP5520
Type: Magazine

Description

Barren Trail, Colorado – It’s a rootin’ tootin’ OGL Wild West town for your characters to shoot up! Get in on the Gold Rush or try robbing Virgil James, the banker. Make sure you watch out for Sheriff Dwayne Parrish though!

The Worst Part of Our Natures – Bryan Steele looks at the role of villains in Jeremiah, with advanced character classes portraying some familiar iconic types.

Personal Progression – Advancing in levels in Paranoia isn’t exactly as straightforward as it is in most ‘normal’ roleplaying games. But then again, who said Paranoia was normal? Paul Baldowski looks at your options.

Midnight On The Firing Line – A Call to Arms main man Matthew Sprange looks at Centauri ship variants for the Babylon 5 space combat game.

Merging Judge Dredd and CyberNet – Some titles don’t need much explanation. Dan Longoria helps the way though, with some useful tips on cyberwear for your fashion conscious judge.

Darkarra: Spirit Eaters of Darfar – Robert E. Howard loved the traditional imagery of tribes of black warriors from dark jungles waiting to prey on foolish travellers negotiating their lands. None are more terrifying than the savage Darfari cannibals. They are also great fun to play as characters…go on, make the rest of your party nervous when you offer to take first watch!

Death Is Just The Beginning – It’s Creature Feature time again. Our occasional series looking at themed groups of new monsters studies those creatures who pack a punch after they’ve become XP fodder.

Un-American Graffiti – The editor weighs in with a new scenario for Gangs of Mega-City One with a certain emphasis on criminal damage. See if you can tot up 53 years’ worth of penalties in half an hour.

Then and Now – This month’s scenario is back to the staple of d20 fantasy, involving a complex time-jumping plot set in a mysterious city, floating in an empty void between worlds. Sounds like Swindon.