November 2005 Issue

3-D Collectable Cards

by Jennifer Knighton

A look at a couple of the artists who create 3-D strongholds for collectable card games.

Dear Lady Gamer

by Tonya Faust

More fun advice on perenial gamer questions.

Location, Location, Location

by Nancy Schultz

From the GM writing up stats to give to the owner of the local crystal shop in a modern day horror campaign to the designer writing up a plethora of worlds for the latest Computer RPG adventure, world building is a part of every game. This bi-monthly series of articles looking at world building kicks off with an overview of one of the basics: Maps.

Review: Star Wars Galaxies: The Trials of Obi-Wan

by Marinda Darnell

*Note, some spoilers inside* A review of the third expansion for Star Wars Galaxies, The Trials of Obi-Wan

The Serious Gamer

by Debbie Ginsberg

For those of us of a certain age, part of our personal history is bound to include some kind of relationship with video games.

Through a character's eyes

by Lori Ann Curley

An on-going set of short stories, written by the Lady Gamers, from the point of view of their characters.
When Jahna died in a D&D 3ed game, the cleric was surprised to meet her God in his human form.

What's in a LARP?

by Frances Moritz

A look at the various types of Live Action Role-Playing or LARPs.
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