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Tradetalk # 9 – Pavis & Big Rubble Special Part II

This is the ninth issue of Tradetalk, a fanzine dedicated to Glorantha, Hero Wars and RuneQuest. The dead-tree version was published in October 2001 by The Chaos Society, and is out of print for some years now.

Please have a look at the previous issue of Tradetalk, too:
Tradetalk # 8 "Pavis & Big Rubble Special". Yes we had so much stuff, that we needed two issues to publish it.




- News from the Trader – News about Issaries Inc. publishing schedule (by Greg Stafford)

- Sneak Peek at SARTAR RISING – (by Greg Stafford)

- Legends of Genert – Aldryami of Prax and the Rubble (by Shannon Appelcline)

- Jalmar Ironsword – Lieutnant of Arkat – A humakti Hero Cult (by Ian Thomson, Tim Leask & Michael O´Brien)

- The Gardeners of Pavis – a Pavic Hero Band (by Ian Thomson)

- Flintnail´s “One Day House” - a Mostali ritual (by Ian Thomson & Mike Dawson)

- The Uz Mercantile Association – a Pavic trading company (by Ian Thomson)

- Deadly Denizens of the Big Rubble – Hero Wars stats for Big Rubble monsters (by Ian Thomson)

- The Zebra Tribe of Pavis County and Prax (by Erik Nolander, Ian Thomson, Daniel Fahey & Keith Nellist)

- The Lore Guards – a Hero Band of Sword Sages (by Ian Thomson)

- It´s Not Easy Being Grim – Pavic short story (by Jim Chapin)

- Joraz Kyrem Gains an Ally – a HeroQuest (by Simon Phipp & Ian Thomson)

- The Aldryami Planting Song (by Mike Dawson)

- Planting Song Scenario Outline (By Ian Thomson)

- A Lunar Patrol: The Silver Shields – a Hero Band (by Mark Galeotti)


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