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Star Frontiersman #14

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Issue 14 brings a wealth of goodies. Many thanks go out to our content submitters, artists and editor’s. Most of the articles presented are from members at the Star Frontiers development site.

We would love to hear from Frontiersman everywhere – please write to us at Submissions@StarFrontiersman.com

IN THE NEWS
Rob Lang at The Free RPG Blog reviews the Remastered Alpha Dawn book.

Dotar Sojat interviews Bill Logan;
Continuing Adventure in the Frontier The Starfrontiersman Interview

A Frontiersman writes;
Hey, just wanted to say that after several years of perusing your site I finally talked my players into trying Star Frontiers Alpha Dawn (Remastered). I came up with a simple one or two night adventure where they played UPF Marines sent to investigate a loss of communications with a colony on the fringe. After much resistance (mainly to the system, they're used to D20) they really enjoyed it! My “rules lawyer” even said that he felt the rules made sense, and were simple to understand and play. I have been pushing for some time to try Star Frontiers again (I ran a campaign back in the 80's when this game was still pretty new), but have always met with resistance due to it's: age, lack of detail, strange rules, etc, whatever. Now it looks like it's going to become a regular on game night, and I have you to thank for it! Keep up the good work. Thanks a lot; I really appreciate all your hard work.

I used to play Star Frontiers when I was a teen. I wanted to introduce my kids to it and was disappointed that Star Frontiers was out of print. Thank you for this project. Because of your efforts and those of the community my kids can enjoy this wonderful game.

Technical Journal
- Chemical Drives

Optional Rules
- Knight Hawks Expanded
- Character Generation Tables
- Adventure Bots! Part 2: What You Really Need to Know About Role-playing Robots
- Cyberbionics
- Dralasite & Vrusk Ablative Sheets

Game Report
- The Dominion

Adventure!
- Star Rover

Equipment
- Flamethrower Gauntlets
- WarTech LWS
- Variable Sword
- PDG Robotics
- Power Armor

Frontier Fiction
- Interview with an Old Spacer
- Memory

Adversaries
- General Yan-Soon and the Sovereign Dominion Authority Time Line

Yachts and Privateers Return
- Remastered Dragon #88

Encounter Writing Competition
- Get your pencils ready for a contest!    

Encounter Tiles
- Map tiles to get your Game On!    

Adventure Layouts
- Standard module layouts

World Works Mars station Review
- Table top terrain review

Classifieds
Everything you don’t need but want    
Gyrojet Nano-Nuke
You’re Ad Here!
Join the Royal Marines of Clarion
Vehicles Unlimited
Wanted: Torida
Flamethrower Gauntlets

If you like this - please join the Star Frontiers revival community development site over at www.starfrontiers.us, or consider submitting content to www.starfrontiersman.com.

All issues of the StarFrontiersman webzine are assembled and managed by DwD Studios, but we do not claim ownership of any of the submitted content.  Each article submission belongs to the submitting author.  This webzine is a fan-based product supporting a discontinued role-playing game from TSR (now Wizards of the Coast, a subsidiary of HASBRO) called Star Frontiers.  The efforts which resulted in this publication are under limited permission from Wizards of the Coast, obtained in 2007.  This webzine is free for all to consume, always.

 
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