March 2005 Issue

Happy Holidays

by Nancy Schultz

Holiday episodes of your game can be great fun, but they can also be difficult if you're not playing in a world that's basically Modern Earth. This brief guide on bringing a little holiday touch to your games can help.

An Inside Look at True Dungeon

by Marinda Darnell

A True Dungeon volunteer details her experiences at Gen Con So Cal.

Love and Death

by Debbie Ginsberg

Every two years, I completely disappear for about a month. Not so many blog entries, not so much with the IM, way fewer webcomics. Why? The latest version of Knights of the Old Republic has been released!

A Photo View of a Local Science Fiction Convention

by Frances Moritz and Marinda Darnell

While we all love gaming conventions, there's something that can be said for the variety available at other types of conventions. Some of that variety is shown here, in a photo view of Capricon, one of the Chicagoland Science Fiction conventions. ***Warning: Bandwith Intensive***

Through a character's eyes

by Debbie Ginsberg

An on-going set of short stories, written by the Lady Gamers, from the point of view of their characters.
In all the ships in all the galaxy, he had to walk into mine. But if Atton doesn't make a move soon, I'm going to toss him out the airlock.

You Know You're a Lady Gamer When...

by Lori Ann Curley

If Jeff Foxworthy was a Lady Gamer...
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