Star Wars Gamer #6

October/November 2001

$6.99

Cover Artist: Mikael Noguchi


COMMENTS
Extras included with this issue include a Battle of Hoth game mat and four Luggage stickers.


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Rebel Bass" by Kathy Tyers — Illustrations by Tom Fowler

Special Features
"The Battle of Hoth" by Ryan Miller
"Model Citizen: The Death Star" by H.G. Walls and Nanette Gundt

RPG Articles
"How the Other Half Hunts" by Michael Mikaelian — Illustrations by Drew Johnson
"Bounties to Die For" by S. Mitch Ritchie — Illustrations by RamŪn Pérez
"Combat Tactics for Survival" by Stephen Schubert — Illustrations by Joe Corroney, Diagrams by Corey D. Macourek
"Usual Suspects" by Andrew Hind — Characters from Dark Horse Comics
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Nikto" by Cory J. Herndon — Illustrations by Ray Snyder
Special Ops: The Freelancer" by Jesse Decker — Illustrations by Tony Harris

RPG Adventure
"Welcome to the Jungle" by Darrin Drader, Steve Miller, Bart Armstrong, & Brendon McLendon — Illustrations by Vinod Rams

Deck Plans
"The Shaft-Swoop Dreams" by Cory J. Herndon
"Building the Death Star II" by Doug Taylor

State of the Arts
LucasArts Game Previews and Strategy by Haden Blackman — E3 coverage, Battleground, Galaxies update

Departments
Force Feeback
"HoloNet Transmission" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Bounty Hunters" by Mike Villardi

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