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February 2006 Issue

Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

by Marinda Darnell

Every year I see advertised different walks and benefits for charities and research organizations. This year is going to be different. This year I am going to do something to help.

For the Love of Gaming

by Marinda Darnell

Some people can not imagine going a day with out playing a game. While I can and often have gone many days with out playing a game since becoming a Gamer, I still feel that pull daily to sit down and log into a game whether online, a simulation computer game, or sit down with some friends and crack open Blue Rose Role Playing Game (RPG) books or play a game of Tsuro.

Interpreting Statistics: Appearance

by Jennifer Knighton

The question of appearance in role-playing is an interesting one. Almost every system includes "appearance" as one of the major statistics that every character includes.

Review: Fudge 10th Anniversary Edition

by Carol Townsend

This 10 year old Fudge is sweeter than ever!

Review: Run For Your Life, Candyman!

by Tonya Foust

A review of Run For Your Life, Candyman!

Review: World of Darkness: Chicago

by Nancy Schultz

In what is probably the most ambitious sign of the crossover capability of the New World of Darkness, Chicago covers the city from the point of view of all three major White Wolf lines. How successful is it? Depends on which sort of supernatural you are.

Review: Made Men

by Nancy Schultz

A much delayed review of a game purchased at Gen Con Indy, 2005 with the promise of being able to play a Mafia game with levels of seriousness ranging from Johnny Dangerously to the Godfather. It delivers on that promise, but not as prettily as I might like.

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