Star Wars Gamer #7

December/January 2001

$6.99

Cover Artist: John Van Fleet


COMMENTS
The extra included with this issue is a Bartyn's Landing game map.


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Red Sky, Blue Flame" by Elaine Cunningham — Illustrations by Marc Sasso

Special Features
"Silent Death: The New Jedi Order" by Erik A. Dewey

RPG Articles
"Next Stop, Bartyn's Landing" by Cory J. Herndon — Illustrations by Matthew Hatton
"Secrets of Mos Eisley" by Peter Schweighofer — Illustrations by Derek Thompson
Starships of the Bounty Hunters" by Owen K.C. Stephens — Illustrations by Jeff Carlisle, Deck Plans by Christopher West
"Alien Anthology Addendum" by Steve Miller — Includes the Defel, Sarkan and Tirrith; Illustrations by Lars Grant-West and Ralph McQuarrie
"Galaxy's Most Wanted" by Michael Mikaelian
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Anx" by Craig Carey, Jason Fry & Daniel Wallace — Illustrations by Joe Corroney
"Special Ops: Dilettante" by Jesse Decker — Illustrations by Dennis Cramer
"Special Ops: Vehicle Ace" by Michael Mikaelian — Illustrations by Tom Fowler

RPG Adventure
"Reckonings-A Bartyn's Landing Adventure" by Cory J. Herndon — Illustrations by RamŪn Pérez

Deck Plans
"The Shaft-Dark Lord Walking" by Cory J. Herndon
"Rebel Commandos" by Doug Taylor

State of the Arts
LucasArts Game Previews and Strategy by Haden Blackman — Rogue Squadron II, Obi-Wan, Battleground, KOTOR sneak peek

Departments
Force Feeback
"Jedi Counseling" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Fringers" by Jim Mahfood
"Jedi Mind Tricks" by Mike Selinker

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