Star Wars Gamer #4

June/July 2001

$6.99

Cover Artist: Mark Zug


COMMENTS
The Dark Horse comic "What They Called Me" is from Star Wars Tales #5.


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Deep Spoilers" by Ryder Windham — Illustrated by Ole S»rensen
"What They Called Me" by Craig Thompson with Dave Land

Special Features
"Wildlife of Star Wars" by Terryl Whitlatch and Bob Carrau
"Model Citizen: Building Tatooine" by H.G. Walls with Bart Armstrong — Photos by Herb Gundt

RPG Articles
"Starhoppers of Aduba-3" by Pablo Hidalgo with Cory J. Herndon & Michael Mikaelian — Illustrated by Mikael Noguchi
"Secrets of Kashyyyk" by JD Wiker and Craig R. Carey — Illustrated by Matt Hatton & Pablo Hidalgo
"Starfaring Jungles" by Peter Schweighofer — Illustrated by Corey Macourek
"Ships of the Smugglers' Alliance" by JD Wiker — Illustrated by Jeff Carlisle & Christopher West
"Special Ops: The Shaman" by Jesse Decker — Illustrated by Ram█n Pérez
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Advozsec" by Cory J. Herndon — Illustrated by Kyle H.

RPG Adventure
"Kashyyyk in Flames" by JD Wiker — Illustrated by Joe Corroney

Deck Plans
"The Shaft: Reflections Island" by Cory J. Herndon
"Small World" by Michael Mikaelian

State of the Arts
LucasArts Game Previews and Strategy by Haden Blackman — Starfighter, Battle for Naboo, Secret Codes for PS2, PC & Dreamcast

Departments
Force Feedback
"HoloNet Transmission" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Treehuggers" by Dan Veesenmeyer
"Chance Cube: Critical Care" by Michael Mikaelian

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