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Polyhedron Newszine V4 #2 Issue 17

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Included in this issue:

  • Encounters — by Kim Eastland. Your party discovers the unmarked ruins of a template—with no doorways.
  • The Incants of Ishcabeble — by Bob Blake. The epic Prophecy of Brie series continues with Part 6.
  • Cryptic Alliance of the Bi-Month — James M. Ward. Gamma World game's Knight of Genetic Purity.
  • Variants, House Rules, and Hybrids — by Roger E. Moore. Notes for the Dungen Master.
  • The Fighter — by James M Ward. The archetypical fighter character.
  • Two new NPCs — Find out how your favorite characters can be published in Polyhedron Newszine
  • Disguised Weapons — by Nicholas Moschovakis. This RPGA Network member and his friends have developed some new disguised weapons for the Top Secret game.
  • Wishes have their limits — by Kim Mohan. The Wish spell may not so all that you want it to.
  • DM Talk — by Carl Smith. Advice from one DM to others of the species.
  • Dispel Confusion — by Penny Petticord, James M Ward, and Carl Smith
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