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White Wolf Magazine #49


Included in this Issue:

  • Howling at the Moon - Tery Amthor of Metropolis discussed gays in roleplaying last issue. This issue presents responses from people in the industry.
  • Beyond the Parents Basement - Chris W. McCubbin defines freedom. Where do you stand: Appreciator or frother? While you're thinking about it, Chris is hiding his fake Spock ears.
  • The Care and Feeding of a City Campaign - Since games set in the city seem all the rage these days, we thought an article on designing urban campaigns would be appropriate, look for roleplaying in the city next issue.
  • Out of Character by Jim Moore - If you're into horror and westerns, then you probably know of Joe Lansdale. Jim is horrible and from west Atlanta, so he felt compelled to share a few words with Joe.
  • Last Stabd by Ken Carpenter. Ken must be smoking something cause he's mixing and matching miniature games. Find out if Warhammer orcs really can take out Warhammer 40,000 space marines.
  • Monsters we are... - You only wanted to investigate the death of a kindred. Now you find yourself in the Umbral! Just try and figure out whats goingo0n in this last of a two-part, live action game for The Masquerade.
  • Street Fighter: The Movie - Review

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Ellen S November 27, 2020 6:56 pm UTC
When will issues 47 and 48 be made available? I would like to collect the Mage comic (Embracing the Mask) in #48-49 and Inphobia 50-51.
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