ISSUE 25
07-01-2000

Issue Theme: The Mental Issue
An Extra Segement
(Dave Mattingly, 6 pages)
Dave ponders issue #25.
Alabama Bound
(Bill Jackson, 14 pages)
Tulpas move in: a handicapped genius, a gestalt angel, and a splatter psycho.
Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Page
(Bob Greenwade, 9 pages)
Suicide Squid is the mollusk of might.
Alien Species from Operation: Tonsil say "Ah."
Dark's Pandemonium
(Jonathan Dark, 4 pages)
The International Congress of Mental Studies keeps mentalists in mind.
Deadly's Epitaphs
(Tom Lively, 4 pages)
Trip to the Brain isn't brain surgery -- it's good gaming material.
Drooling Fanboy Productions
(Nestor Rodriguez, 6 pages)
Freemovers slide between dimensions, with a bit of risk.
Hart-Felt Words
(Lisa Hartjes, 10 pages)
Bloodsport returns to chase dragons;
W.I.S.P. studies the psychic aspects of superhuman Harbingers.
Hero Horizons
(Michael Weems, 8 pages)
Cinema Hero auditions you in front of the camera;
Mem>Matrix Hero gives you the rules to plug yourself into a popular sci-fi movie.
Leah's Notebook
(Leah Watts, 8 pages)
Si Lei Li is the Irish martial art;
>Falcon swoops into Justice, Inc.
The Manila Folder
(Derek Baumann, 7 pages)
Local Hero: "Houston, we have a write-up."
The Mythmaker's Muse
(Tim Kirk, 6 pages)
Lunatik Legion is the group that crosses Men in Black with Men in Straightjackets.
Out Of The Darkness
(James Davis, 3 pages)
The Legacy Character System helps GMs cope with players changing characters.
Post 12 Recovery
(Joe Linehan, 3 pages)
Dr. Mind isn't your typical mentalist, or your typical doctor.
Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 4 pages)
The Mental Ward introduces some strange mental powers and characters.
Rocket Science
(Robert Phillips, 6 pages)
Absorption is the Adjustment Power that keeps on giving.
Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 14 pages)
The Secrets of Origins whispers to us about how it all starts.
The Silver Lining
(Justin Dunnuck, 60 pages)
The Lunatic Fringe flips out with strange villains; Nightmare Island is full of giant monsters!
Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 29 pages)
The Femmes Fatale are a girl group with interpersonal histories.
Tales From The Crib
(Chris Hartjes, 3 pages)
The Esper Society takes psychics to court.
Watson's Words
(Ross Watson, 3 pages)
Sympathetic Powers need to be believed to be seen.
Soliloquies
(everyone, 26 pages)
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