Welcome to the long awaited issue, celebrating the 30th “Anniversary” of Star Frontiers.
We started out this year in celebration with a Virtual Con in March. Thank you to all who helped set it up, and to everyone who participated. We had participation from coast to coast.
As you can see, there have been a few changes to the Star Frontiersman. We have a new layout (crafted by Bill Logan in a secret PGC lab located far below the bowls of their main building at Point True) and a new editor, William Douglass.
Hi I’m William, a.k.a. Karxan on the starfrontiers.us site. I will be heading up the next few issues and will continue the high-quality that is expected for our community webzine.
As promised in the last issue, we are starting out with a great interview in celebration of Star Frontiers by none other than Zeb Cook!
Also, look forward to a future issue with a surprise contribution from Steve Winter.
Raise your dice hand high!
- David "Zeb" Cook
The Robot Ward
- Robot ailments, malicious software, quirks, glitches, and maintenance
- Carnage in Star Frontiers
- Cartography Resources
Frontier Toxicological Report
- Polophromalene XT-7
- Vacuum Spider Venom
- Alien Race Generation
- Example Alien Race
The Yazirian Files
- The truth is out there!
- Quests, stories, and rails in the sandbox
- Creating an alien race for science fiction gaming
The "Magic" of the Frontier
- adding "Magic Items" to your Frontier
- Why the Royal Marines don't field fighter craft
The coming of the S'sessu
- A new alien race for the Star Frontiers Game
The Zuraqqor Strike Back
- Alien Starships for Star Frontiers Knight Hawks Games
- The S'sessu Connection
Basilisk Survey Expedition Report
- Astrological, Xenological, Environmental, and Zoological Surveys
- The Rick and Ki'rick Salvage Company LTD
- Cloverdale Class Ag-ship
- a new Star Frontiers themed print & play card game!
A Fanzine Manifesto
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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.