Announcing Issue 1 of the new Frontier Explorer magazine. The Frontier Explorer is a quarterly magazine dedicated to sci-fi RPGs and fiction. In it's pages you will find short stories and articles covering topics from background material, ship deck plans, gaming tips, and new equipment to adventure locations and even full adventures. This issue has a strong slant towards the Star Frontiers RPG as... [click here for more]
Welcome to Issue 2 of the Frontier Explorer magazine. This issue is once again filled with system briefs, new ships, locations, creatures, and background material for use by GM's in their games. This issue also includes several contributions from community members, a milestone we hadn't expected to reach for a couple more issues. Needless to say we're excited.
Continuing with the 30th Anniversary... [click here for more]
Welcome to Issue 3 of the Frontier Explorer magazine. We were really excited and honored to get permission from Ali Ries to use one of her images as the cover and couldn't pass up the opportunity to center the issue on the topic of her picture. Accordingly this issue has a strong robotics theme with articles on new robots and robotics skills and a robot component to the included adventure.
This... [click here for more]
Issue 4 of the Frontier Explorer is now available for download. This issue provides a fresh look at the Saurian race published originally in Dragon! Magazine issue 103 (Nov 1985) and provides new ships, weapons and creatures related to the Saurians and Spacefleets initial contact with the new race.
Much of the content of this issue was due to inspiration from the lead article... [click here for more]
Issue 5 of the Frontier Explorer is now available for download. This issue provides a smorgasbord of articles from our submission queue on a variety of topics.
We have several articles on gaming tips for both players and game masters to help make the game engaging and relevant to the players regardless of the game you play. There is new equipment as well as small cultural write-ups... [click here for more]