Star Wars Gamer #5

August/September 2001

$6.99

Cover Artist: Tommy Lee Edwards


COMMENTS
Extras included with this issue include a Galaxy Map and four Luggage stickers.


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"The Crystal" by Elaine Cunningham — Illustrated by Mikael Noguchi
"Darkness Shared" by Bill Slavicsek — Illustrated by Marc Sasso

Special Features
"Words to Live By" by Ebenn Q3 Baoba, introduction by Jason Fry — Excerpts from The Galactic Phrase and Travel Guide with illustrations by Sergio Aragonés
"Silent Death-Rise of the Empire" by Erik A. Dewey

RPG Articles
"The Emperor's Pawns" by Abel Peña & Juan Schwartz with Pablo Hidalgo — Illustrations by Joe Corroney
"Seeds of Villainy" by Jeff Grubb
"The Sith Compendium" by Michael Mikaelian — Illustrated by Anthony Waters
"Campaign Guide to the Centrality" by Michael Kogge — Illustrated by Adi Granov
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Chiss" by Juan Schwartz with Pablo Hidalgo — Illustrated by Jeff Carlisle
"Special Ops: The Slicer" by Patrick McLaughlin — Illustrated by Kyle H.
"Special Ops: The Charlatan" by Jesse Decker — Illustrated by Dennis Cramer

RPG Adventure
"The Hutt Hit" by Jeff Grubb — Illustrated by Daniel Vessenmeyer
"Talnar's Rescue" by Sterling Hershey — Illustrated by Matthew Hatton

State of the Arts
"LucasArts Game Previews & Strategy" by Haden Blackman — E3 update, Starfighter, Battle for Naboo, Galaxies update, Cheat codes for PS2 and N64

Departments
Force Feeback
"HoloNet Transmission" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Darksiders" by RamŪn Pérez
"Deck Plans: Tour de Force" by Cory J. Herndon & "Who's Scruffy Looking" by Doug Taylor



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