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White Wolf Magazine #32


This Issue Includes:


  • ITEMS FOR ANY REALM - Spike Y. Jones gives us some magic items modelled in our own image.
  • THE SILICON DUNGEON - Jim Trunzo lets us in on what's hot and what's not in computer games, including a peek at the new Wizardy
  • INFILTRATION OF THE MIND MAGGOT FROM PLANET V - A new live action roleplaying scenario by Roger Spendlove of the Dream Park Corporation.
  • NATIVES OF THE BIG EASY - C.R. Shaver &Jason Rush bring us seven new Archetypes in the second of their five-part Shadowrun series detailing New Orleans.
  • THE DARK TOWER - A Crossover Story for Vampire:The Masquerade and Werewo1f:The Apocalypse by Chris Hind.
  • FEATURE REVIEW: DREAM PARK - Stewart Wieck gives us the highs and lows of R. Talsorian's new Dream Park Game.
  • ARTIST SPOTLIGHT - David Martin, our cover artist, shows us an overview of his work.
  • FEATURE REVIEW:DANGEROUS JOURNEYS - Rob Hatch lets us in the newest release from E. Gary Gygax and Game Designers Workshop.
  • LICENSED TO THRILL - A look at the plusses and pitfalls of licensed game products.
  • CAPSULE REVIEWS - Staff reviewers take a look at hordes of new products.
  • Full color poster
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