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December2001

Editorial

Words from the Wise (Guys) - Nicholas HM Caldwell
ICE is reborn while the Guild Companion celebrates its third birthday.

d20 System

The Privateer Captain, a d20 System Prestige Class - D. Andrew Ferguson
Sailor and pirate, the Privateer Captain seeks fame and fortune on the high seas. Usable with the d20 System

The Rogue Ninja, a d20 System Prestige Class - D. Andrew Ferguson
A lone assassin, the Rogue Ninja pursues a personal agenda. Usable with the d20 System

The Ronin, a d20 System Prestige Class - D. Andrew Ferguson
His honour died with his lord. The samurai has become the Ronin. Usable with the d20 System

Meccg

Qualifying Deck for the UK Nationals (2001) - Nigel Buckle
A proven tournament-level deck for MECCG

Snow - Nigel Buckle
A seasonal themed deck for MECCG

Merp

24 questions with Steve Long - Joe Mandala
The Guild Companion talks to Steve Long, designer of Decipher's new Lord of the Rings RPG

Bellakar 1559-1563 - The Northern Usurper - Eric Dubourg
This issue's first glimpse into the history of Bellakar, a southern realm of Middle-Earth, at a time of crisis in the Third Age

Bellakar 1564-1570 - The Stalemate of Terror - Eric Dubourg
A second glimpse into the history of Bellakar

Bellakar 1570-1599 - The Instability of the North - Eric Dubourg
A third glimpse into the history of Bellakar in Middle-Earth

Bellakar 1599 - The Return of the Queen - Eric Dubourg
A fourth glimpse into Bellakar's history

Bellakar 1599-1610 - The New Tumakveh King - Eric Dubourg
A fifth glimpse into the history of Bellakar in Middle-Earth

Press Release

Press Release: ICE purchased by new owner - will start operations immediately - ICE


Review

Review: Dominion Rules 2 - Aaron Smalley
What's new in the second edition of the Dominion Rules game system

Review: Hyper-Killer - D. Andrew Ferguson
A downloadable beer and pretzels game where Cyberpunk meets Paranoia

Review: Kingdoms of Kalamar - D. Andrew Ferguson
Impressions of Kenzer's campaign setting for Third Edition Dungeons and Dragons

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