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Star Frontiersman #5


Featuring imagination-provoking cover art by Jan Patrick Krasny, this issue is simply packed with ever-increasing quantities of goodness.  A nifty d100 table for starport layovers, new equipment scattered throughout, and even inclusion of the absolutely frightening Aliens (from movies and comics) for use in your Star Frontiers games.

Technical Journal
- Don’t Tango with the Tangler
- Mine Kits
- Tangler Gun

Planet of Mystery
- The Ul-Mor
- Annals of Xa Shrishen Traldor

New Rules
- Starport Layovers
- Starflight: Starfighters in Alpha Dawn

- Combat Armor
- Motion Tracker
- Sentry Guns
- Pulse Rifle
- Yazirian Disc-Grenades
- Inertia Wall
- Blastaxe

- Vrusk Pistolero
- Desperado
- Slinger
- Fated Mercenary

- Sathar Listening Post
- City Tiles

- Xenomorphs (from the “Alien” movie saga)
- Creature Summary

Character Races
- Vimh

- General Yan-Soon
- Double-Edged Sword Subplot
- Pirate Trust
- Sanctuary City

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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.

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This title was added to our catalog on August 20, 2012.