ISSUE 32
03-01-2002

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.
Soliloquies
(everyone, 21 pages)
Our comments on last issue.