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Targum Magazine - Issue 03 (for Testament, Trojan War & d20)

Targum Magazine - Issue 03 (for Testament, Trojan War & d20)

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Highmoon Media Productions, in association with Green Ronin Publishing, presents Targum Magazine.

Welcome to the third issue of Targum Magazine, the magazine in support of Eternal Rome: Roleplaying in the Age of Gods and Emperors, Trojan War: Roleplaying in the Age of Homeric Adventure, Testament: Roleplaying in the Biblical Era and all Ancient World campaign settings. In this issue you will find the following articles:

  • Ostraca: Lost Tribes by Spike Y Jones - Spike explores the Lost Tribes of Israel in great detail (14,000 words worth of detail, to be precise).
  • Bless Me, For I Have Sinned by Allon Mureinik - Exploring sin and redemption as themes in your games.
  • Passover by Scott G. Carter - Using this pivotal holiday in your Testament games.
  • Era Spotlight: The Battle of Thermopylae by Eric Hansen - A mini-gazetteer for roleplaying alongside King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans; usable with Trojan War and with standard d20 rules.
  • Free Paper Minis from Arion Games.

Come adventure in the lands of the ancient world today!

Fully Bookmarked.

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September 11th, 2008
Targum 3 lives up to the great standards set by issues 1-2. Spike Jones's "Ostraca" column focuses on the "Lost Tribes" of Israel for a Testament campaign, and Scott Carter's article on "The Passover" also adds richness to [...]
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