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Star Frontiersman #22

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Another issue of the Star Frontiersman has come. I hope you have enjoyed the timing of the last few issues.

Enjoy J. A. Davis’ artwork on the cover and throughout the issue.

We have another adventure by Rollo (a.k.a. Ben Gorman). I just hope you don’t get infected.

A good spaceship addition to the commerce of the Frontier as well as another remastered Dragon article.

From Eric Johnson, there is a sequel to his story in Star Frontiersman #17, “Bug Hunt”. It is “Hunger of the Shadow”. And you thought Bladen and Gruk’s adventure was over.

I was going through some old Star Frontiers websites and found some great stuff. Andy Campbell over at the Star Frontiers Underground on Yahoo gave me permission to print some of his old articles. So I have included a large part of that in this issue.

I would like to thank the community of Frontier men and women who read this magazine. Without all of the interest and submissions, this magazine would not have gotten this far.

Raise your dice hand high!
William “Karxan” Douglass

In this issue...

ADVENTURE!
  INCIDENT ON THE SINCA MARU

SPACESHIPS
  GOLD STAR CRUISE LINES
  STARSHIP LEO
  THE FRONTIERS OF DESIGN
  EXPANDED KNIGHTHAWKS SHIP DESIGN
  SOLAR SAILS IN STAR FRONTIERS
  SPACE STATIONS: ISLANDS IN THE SKY

FRONTIER FICTION
  HUNGER OF THE SHADOW

CHARACTER RACES
  BELPHANS

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
  FOOD ON THE FRONTIER
  SUBJECT: RELIGION, SKILLS, HOMEWORLDS, ETC.

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