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TrollsZine 2 is the second edition of a fan created magazine for Tunnels and Trolls, edited by Dan Prentice and Kevin Bracey. This issue has 91 pages of great reading for the T&T aficionado and the general fantasy roleplayer including; Magic items, Monsters, Kindred, NPC's, Rejected Spells, Warrior weapon techniques, Fiction, a Solo Dungeon, an Adventure, Delverton, How to become a God, How to write a solo dungeon and more. Contributors include Ken St. Andre, Tom Grimshaw, W.Scott Grant, Lee Reynoldson, Jeff Freels, Eric Olson, Randy Whitley, Salvatore Macri, Tom K.Loney and Dan Prentice. Ilustrated with sensational art by Jeff Freels, Kevin Bracey, David Ullery, Mike Hill, Celina Bene, Ida Enbrant, Chad Thorson and Simon Tranter. Brought to you with the kind support of Flying Buffalo Inc.

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August 4th, 2020
a great follow up to a great first edition. Am glad to have read this. [...]
March 6th, 2020
Purely subjective review here. Although I got into D&D via Keep on the borderlands. It was Tunnrls n Trolls that really reeled me in. Reading it takes me back 35 or so years to that naive boy I was and dragged into the T& [...]
August 28th, 2011
I found Trollzine to be a very easy and entertaining read. It is full of usefull information, some fiction and a short adventure. I would suggest this for others. [...]
Ken S. A. [Featured Reviewer]
June 28th, 2010
TrollZine 2 is an excellent source of supplemental information for players of the Tunnels and Trolls rpg, and a good read for fantasy lovers in general. And, you can't beat the price. Just about the only criticism one can make is that there is just too [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 14, 2010.