- Issue Theme: It’s Alive!
Artificial and Artificially Created Life: From Sentient AIs to Frankenstien's Monster to Killer Clones
- An Extra Segement
(Lisa Hartjes, 3 pages)
Comments from the coordinator.
- Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Page
(Bob Greenwade, 41 pages)
How do you say “where’s the bathroom” on your planet?
- Dancing At The Feet Of The Moon
(Wayne Walls, 5 pages)
Wayne introduces himself and the Reanimite.
- Deadly’s Epitaphs
(Tom Lively, 4 pages)
Tom returns with a look at Dexterity.
- Ed’s Astonishing Tales
(Ed May, 3 pages)
Ed shares with us the beginning of his L.I.G.H.T.N.I.N.G. Agents organization.
- Gazza’s Grumblings
(Gary Sturgess, 4 pages)
Can’t understand why your brick can lift a jet, but can’t throw a football more than a couple of yards? Gary presents some optional rules on how to fix this in your game.
- Hart-Felt Words
(Lisa Hartjes, 6 pages)
Phew! What’s that smell? It’s an example of what you might find served up for next month’s Iron Chef: Haymaker! Style supplement.
A brief introduction to the world of the Servants of the Falcon.
- Leah’s Notebook
(Leah Watts, 4 pages)
Two unusual historical ships.
- The Malachite Islands
(Ray Lowery, 20 pages)
Ray lets swing his first attack, based on Scott Bennie’s creation Malachite.
- Manilla Folder
(Derek Baumann, 3 pages)
Derek returns like a shot with Longbow II.
- Michael Satran Presents…
(Michael Satran, 3 pages)
The buccaneer’s life is full of song and dance, if you’re the Pirate King.
- The Nexus
(Amy Crittenden, 4 pages)
Amy returns to Haymaker! with Shockwave.
- Out Of The Darkness
(James Davis, 2pages)
James explores special effects and game mechanics.
- Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 6 pages)
Jeremiah Coombs seeks out adventures of all kinds.
- Rhino Rhitings
(Derek Hiemforth, 6 pages)
“Amy” is a rather… quirky A.I.
Derek debuts the Mechanic’s Toolbox
- Rocket Science
(Justin Phillips, 8 pages)
Followers, Tin Man, more Items of Power, and some bad poetry.
Rocket Fuel gets adventurous with Spring Rolls!
- Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 6 pages)
It’s a Whopper and a little bit of Frankincense.
- The Silver Lining
(Justin Dunnuck, 6 pages)
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… Amalga-Man and Smel-Tor!
- Stuck Inside Mobile
(Bill Jackson, 42 pages)
Never tick off the only man who knows how your androids are built.
A look at the history of Mobile, Alabama.
- Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 9 pages)
Jackalopes and Tupilaks and Golems, oh my!
- Tales From The Crib
(Chris Hartjes, 8 pages)
Chris visits the lab of one of the major NPCs in the Quantum Universe.
(everyone, 21 pages)
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