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Signs & Portents #62 - Wildlife and Monsters In Atlaia

Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 10:51 pm
by Strom
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In this month's issue;

 Press Play – Mongoose writer Bryan Steele begins his monthly mission to bring gamer friendly movies to the masses with his series of reviews
 Ghost Of A Chance – A new RuneQuest Scenario by Carl Walmsley
 The Italian’s Job – Mongoose’s own Nick Robinson has created this campaign for GOMC-1
Wildlife and Monsters In Atlaia – A Conan article by Vincent N Darlage
 An Introduction to Quintessential Wizard – Marco Picone reveals what you can look forward to from this new D&D 4e release
 Jury-Rigging #2 – Stats, Skills and Task Chains for Traveller. Part of Gareth Hanrahan’s infrequent series of Traveller supplements
 Mongoose News – find out all of the latest news, including this months new releases, from Mongoose Publishing
 Shermans – Revised forces for British and US units in Battlefield Evolution: World At War by Agis Neugebauer
 Fantasy Regimes – A generic supplement for inclusion in a wide range of RPGs, by Uri Kurlianchik
 B5 Open Day – All of the action and photos from the day by Katrina Hepburn and Sandrine Thirache
 At Your Throat – A brand new Wraith Recon Mission by Gareth Hanrahan
 Trilemmas – Previously unseen Babylon 5 material by Gareth Hanrahan
 The Fall Of Rigella Namsey – A new Traveller scenario by Nick Robinson
 Go For The Eyes – A Supplement containing six ocular creatures for inclusion in your RuneQuest campaigns by Chris Longhurst
 Plus your chance to win a copy of S&P signed by Claudia Christian

http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/home/ ... sSeries=13
New article by Vincent Darlage! Been awhile! 8)

Re: Signs & Portents #62 - Wildlife and Monsters In Atla

Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:14 am
by Supplement Four
Strom wrote:New article by Vincent Darlage! Been awhile! 8)
Didn't Vincent write the Pygmies article last month?

Re: Signs & Portents #62 - Wildlife and Monsters In Atla

Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:04 am
by VincentDarlage
Supplement Four wrote:Didn't Vincent write the Pygmies article last month?
Yes, he did. :D

Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:19 pm
by lastbesthope
I recognise playing Rigella Namsey scenario at the last Mongoose Hall, our groups solution was....innovative to say the least :twisted:

LBH

Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:42 pm
by DaveNC
Anything written by Vincent is a must have! Thanks, man.