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Hello explorers!

And Happy Halloween! We have a treat for your goodie bag.  Issue 10 of the Frontier Explorer is now available for download.  This issue includes a ghost story, tips on incorporating horror into your science fiction game, and a horror themed adventure.

Also included are the next installment of many of our standard columns as well as new ships, some optional ship rules, and a look at how many ship are really running about the space lines.

We also want to make a shout out to our cover artist for this issue, Jason A. Davis.  He’s done a lot of art for the Star Frontiersman and we’re excited to have his contributions for the Frontier Explorer now as well. 

The issue contents are:

  • Shades of the Blade
  • In Search of the Gorlians
  • No Passport for Giggles
  • The Frontiers of Horror
  • In the Shadow of the Prodigal Sun
  • Titan Rising: 2299
  • New Cadre: HAG
  • Bounty Hunters
  • How Many Ships are There?
  • Edges and Flaws for Starships
  • The Dubliner Family
  • Grymz Guide Comic

Grab your copy today.  And as always, keep exploring!

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