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TrollsZine! #7

TrollsZine! #7 has been unleashed!
The seventh issue of the fan-created magazine for Tunnels and Trolls™, edited by Dan Hembree, contains 74 pages of quality content brought to you by the fans of the game for absolutely free. This issue features a solo adventure, “The Wizard’s Hut” by J. C. Lambert; a GM adventure, “The Ruins of the Castle Pynnesse” by Tori Berquist; and a short story, “Sometimes the Saving Rolls Are With You” by Ira Lee Gossett. TrollsZine! #7 also includes articles on new types of undead and a new type of golem, a town just waiting for your delvers hard-earned money, ways of personalizing T&T character types, special attacks for monsters, gunpowder weapons, advice on solos for starting characters, and more.
Contributors to TrollsZine! #7 include Tori Berquist, E. P. Donahue, Patrice Geille, Ira Lee Gossett, Dan Hembree, Val Kelson, J. C. Lambert, David Moskowitz, Dan Prentice, Douglas Toth, David A. Ullery, and Justin T. Williams. TrollsZine! #7 is amazingly illustrated by Darrenn E. Canton, Alexander Cook, E. P. Donahue, James Fallows, Jeff Freels, J. C. Lambert, Simon Lee Tranter, David A. Ullery, and Joshua E. Ullery. The cover art is by Jeff Freels with the cover layout, design, and TrollsZine! logo by M. E. Volmar and Simon Lee Tranter.
TrollsZine! is a Trollbridge production brought to you with the kind support of Flying Buffalo Inc., Ken St. Andre, and Rick Loomis.
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March 24th, 2013
The TrollsZine is a truly magical creation. Fans of Tunnels & Trolls contribute their creativity simply to share their love of the game and to promote it in this free high quality magazine. It's a fun read with a great variety of articles, ideas, [...]
March 20th, 2013
Once more the Trollszine has arrived. With its fantastic mix of articles, GM adventures and even a solo it more than lives up to the tremendous standards set by the previous half a dozen issues. There is something for everyone here ranging from a learn [...]
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