Welcome to 2022 and our first double digit issue!
We have a couple of articles again from Jo Jaquinta, the first one exploring rare metals and minerals, as well as one on a quirky design of the space junk – including a deck plan. Plus, he’s given us the fourth episode of his fiction story ‘The Raiders Lament’.
Our own Paul Drye has written an expansion of a Sword of Cepheus role, the Alchemist, with lots of potion information to give some zing to your fantasy games. Norton Glover gives us an adventure for Zaibatsu for 3 to 6 players that’s sure to challenge your street samurai.
Jon F. Zeigler outlines ‘The Human Destiny’, a space opera setting of his own devising. We have two articles from our own P-O Bergstedt about online AI tools and world generation in the Hostile Setting. Finally, Brett Kruger round out this issue with a teaser for a setting he is working on.
|From the Editors||Brett Kruger||2|
|Beyond Mithril and Adamantine||Jo Jaquinta||3|
|The Alchemist||Paul Drye||10|
|Bring me the Head of Izumi Takahiro||Norton Glover||18|
|The Human Destiny||Jon F. Zeigler||26|
|The Junk||Jo Jaquinta||30|
|The Raiders Lament Part 4||Jo Jaquinta||35|
|World Generation in the Hostile Setting||P-O Bergstedt||44|
|Using AI for Your Cepheus Engine Setting||P-O Bergstedt||46|
|The Edge of Darkness||Brett Kruger||49|
|What’s New||Brett Kruger||50|