Issue Theme: Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!
An Extra Segement
(Ray Lowery, 4 pgs)
Comments from the Coordinator.
Ad Nauseum
(Jon Garceau, 52 pgs)
Jon goes out to the Fringe (Theater Festival) and also visits a Minuteman Missile Complex.
Shouting “I Really Miss Tables!” he then provides a few.
Take a trip to an unusual zoo with a look at the Nietzsche Heights Bestiary.
Around The World In 6,912,000 Segments
(Ray Lowery & friends, 24 pgs)
With the help of some online friends, Ray crawls under our skin with the Millennium Bugs.
Jack Of All Trades
(Grady Elliott, 33 pgs)
Take a return flight to Terracide in Pillars of Fire, Revisited.
People are animals too, as Grady discovers creating Terracide characters while W@1t1ng 4 Buck G0d0t.
Filler Page: Star-Nosed Mole
(Ray Lowery, 1 page)
Leah's Notebook
(Leah Watts, 20 pgs)
It’s a wild time in the ring as Leah presents some Lucha Libre Heroes.
Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 25 pgs)
When talking about “creatures great and small,” they don’t come much greater than those in Dave’s Monumental Battle!
Filler Page: Garuda
(Ray Lowery, 1 page)
Surbrook's Stuff
(Mike Surbrook, 48 pgs)
Mike give us his GenCon 2010 After Action Report.
Echoing the issue’s theme perfectly, he also presents animals real and fantastic in Lions, and Tigers, and Bears! Oh, My!.
(Various authors, 14 pgs)
Our comments on last issue.