One of the biggest draws to Star Frontiers was the artwork. The race write-ups were very brief, however, I could imagine what a vrusk or dralasite would move and act like by “characters in action” images provided thought the product line. This fanzine has depicted a like feeling and I can’t thank our artists enough. Drop them a line on the Star Frontiersman Guestbook http://starfrontiersman.com/guestbook
Upcoming in Issue 18 we’ll learn about the Real Truth about the sathar from a TSR designer!
Next year is the 30th Anniversary of Star Frontiers. Several Frontiersmen have been meeting in Sector 6 hidden caches all over the Frontier planning several events. Rumors are their will be not one but two full adventure modules and a virtual con. I hope you are excited as I am.
- Monastery of the Divine Flame
- Zebulon’s Guide to Cadres, Cults & Criminal Organizations
- Creating an "Octopus" or Spy/Terrorist Network
- Jerg's Defense Quarterly
- Doc McGee
- Androids as a Non Player Character Race
- Weapon Laws of the Frontier
- Starship Combat Casualty System
- Star Frontier (URS)
- Exploding Dice
- Radiation Sickness on the Frontier
- Trade Goods and Commodities of the Frontier, Part One
- D100 Book and Adventure Titles
- Star Law Intelligence Reports
- So you’re... Carl the Vrusk? Names for Star Frontiers Aliens
- Book Review
- A Good Robot Is Hard to Find
- HARM - You don’t want to be in its way
- 233 - TRB Trauma Recovery Bot
- The D.S. Pistol
- New Whips
- New Computers
- Kar'tix Xag-Xin's Field Guide to Frontier Creatures, Volume II
- Streel “Raven” Class corvette
- Battle at Ebony Eyes
- Ki'Kat-Tu Vrusk Master Magician
- Bug Hunt
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