Issue Theme: The Thingamajig Issue
An Extra Segement
(Dave Mattingly, 3 pages)
Welcome to issue #20.
Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Page
(Bob Greenwade, 20 pages)
Bob puts on the Armor of God.
Gadgetry Unlimited
(Geoff Depew, 5 pages)
Geoff debuts with one of the world’s foremost gadgeteers.
HERO in the Forgotten Realms
(Steven Mitchell, 10 pages)
Steven preaches on religion in the Realms.
Leah’s Notebook
(Leah Watts, 12 pages)
Leah takes Local Hero to Omaha, NE;
…and whallops us with a golden age brick named Samson.
(James Davis, 2 pages)
James proposes more realism for Hero.
Manila Folder
(Derek Baumann, 5 pages)
Derek swings in Slapstick, the crime-fighting clown.
Nest of Thorns
(Ed Hastings, 8 pages)
Ed converts HERO to AD&D.
Notes in the Key of Q
(David Q. Spitzley, 4 pages)
David unearths an arcane framework.
Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 18 pages)
Dave goes online to use the internet’s gaming capabilities.
Realms Of The Arcane
(Rob Bose, 10 pages)
Rob shows us the ropes about ropes;
…and presents two more magical Tatinachi figurines: a moon priestess and a master spy.
Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 26 pages)
Rodney invades with an interstellar race bent on domination.
Silver Lining
(Justin Dunnuck, 7 pages)
Justin terrorizes us with two criminal animal-men bosses.
(Derrick Thomas, 1 pages)
Derrick explores some of the gadgets of his ape world.
Strange Visitor from Another Planet
(Theron Bretz, 18 pages)
Theron remembers the Alamo Defenders campaign, and fills us in on the heroes, villains, background, and plots.
Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 19 pages)
Mike delivers wild martial arts maneuvers and effects.
(everyone, 23 pages)
Our comments on last issue.
The Thingamajig Book
(everyone, 18 pages)
This special supplement contains all kinds of gadgets for all kinds of genres.