June 2005 Issue

Con-struction: How I write Convention scenarios

by Nancy Schultz

One thing I've noticed about convention RPG games is that they tend to be either one end of the "Rock-Stink" spectrum or the other. People keep telling me that I tend towards the "Rock" end, so here's the formula I use. Your mileage may vary.

How to Have an In-Character Relationship

by Carol Townsend and Judy Stucky

When looking at all the various characters we've had in all the different role-playing games we've done, we've come across some characters that are virtually social hermits as well as those characters which just cry out for interpersonal relationships. Usually you can tell what sort of character you have within a few weeks of playing her, but not always. And as any true gamer knows, you just have to let the character do what the character needs to do.

Overworked & Underplayed

by Tonya Foust

Have you ever noticed that along with seasonal changes in your available time, you have gaming changes? How many times have you walked past your computer or console game and thought Man, I'd love to play 'xxx' right now, but I have WAY too much to do. Have your friends called you up and asked you to come join a game that love, but you don't have the time?

Review: Star Wars Galaxies: Rage of the Wookiees

by Marinda Darnell

*Warning may contain spoilers and high bandwidth* Rage of the Wookiees is here in time for Episode III, how does it measure up?

Star Wars Counterpoint

by Marinda Darnell

Star Wars, one of my favorite created worlds of all time, has finished its theater run.

Thoughts on Episode III

by Lori Ann Curley

A Star Wars Geek with thoughts on the release of Episode III.

Where have all the gamers gone?

by Tonya Foust

A paradigm shift in the gaming world.

Why can't I find this game?

by Frances Moritz

An on-going look at games that The Lady Gamers enjoy but have trouble finding at their local game store.
This month we take a look at Igor: The Mad Scientist's Lament from Interactivites Ink

You might be a Baby Gamer if...

by Frances Moritz

Gaming is one of those hobbies surrounded by nostalgia. You'll hear "older" gamers mentioning things that had definitely changed by the time you became involved in the hobby.
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