Issue 6, Feb/Mar 1982 - JG 0870
A 96-page magazine featuring a front cover by Staff Artist, Rick Houser. This issue features David F.Naile's Ysgarth adventure, "Blood Tribute" and fine artwork by Russ Steffens and Mel White. "From the Horse's Mouth" returns with three computer game reviews by Rob Greenberg. The regular columns continue with "Hanging Out in the City-State", by Edward R.G.Mortimer, "Morrow Project Report" by Bill Pixley, "Gateway Quadrant" by Dave Sering, "The Vile File" by Will Faust, "Screen Scenes" by C.J.Henderson, and "Magik Tomes" by Debye Pruitt and C.J.Henderson. Paul Elkmann gives us a variant chess game, "Rules for Kaissa: Gorean Chess". Two mini-adventures, "The Jackrabbits' Lair", a Bunnies and Burrows scenario by Daniel J.Maxfield, and "The Goblin Caves" a TFT scenario by Dan Goodsell are included. The Guildmember installment features the stronghold of river pirates in Tarantis and is entitled "The Azurerian Pirates" and written by R.J.Baier. A new Traveller ship is constructed by Stefan Jones in "Beastmaster Safari Ship". An article on how to tell Pirates apart when on the high seas is presented by John Mortimer in "Showing Your True Colors". Ocean Merchants are detailed in "Sea Trade guidelines" by Tom Jones. A comprehensive listing of magic spells is presented by Joseph O.Alford in "An index to Arduin Grimoire Magik" and Mike Tarkington gives us an easy system for hunting for food in an FRP setting in "I'm Starving". In addition, we again bring you "A Stroll Through the Marketplace" by 13 and Joseph Weingand, and the ever-popular "Convention Compendium".