Star Wars Gamer #8

February/March 2002

$6.99

Cover Artist: Mikael Noguchi


COMMENTS
The indicia for this issue was not changed between issue 7 and 8, and therefore lists this issue as being released in December 2001/January 2002.


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Emissary of the Void: Part 1-Battle on Bonadan" by Greg Keyes — Illustrated by Mike Huddleston
"The Apprentice" by Elaine Cunningham — Illustrated by beet

Special Features
Model Citizen: Chalmun's Cantina" by H.G. Walls, Photos by Nanette Gundt

Roleplaying Game
"Spaceport Guide: Vaynai Archipelago" by Peter Schweighofer — Illustrated by RamŪn Pérez
"I, Yuuzhan Vong" by Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by Anthony Waters
"Faster, Starfighter! Kill! Kill!" by JD Wiker and Owen K.C. Stephens
"Galaxy's Most Wanted" by Bill Slavicsek with Michael Mikaelian — Illustrated by Ashley Wood
"Dice, Camera, Action!" by Robin D. Laws
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Priapulin" by Craig C. Carey, Jason Fry, and Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by Dennis Cramer
"Special Ops: The Sector Ranger" by James Maliszewski — Illustrated by Michael Avon-Oemming
"Special Ops: The Mercenary" by Jesse Decker — Illustrated by Hugo Martin

Adventures
"Hive of the Infidel" by David Noonan with Peter Schweighofer — Illustrated by Derek Thompson
"Topside Infiltration" by Peter Schweighofer — Illustrated by Carl Critchlow

State of the Arts
LucasArts Game Previews and Strategy by Haden Blackman — Obi-Wan walkthru, Galactic Battlegrounds strategy

Departments
Force Feeback
"Jedi Counseling" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Yuuzhan Vong" by Jeff Carlisle
"Jedi Mind Tricks" by Mike Selinker — Illustrated by Scott Morse
"Deck Plans: The Shaft-Naboo-Yuh" by Cory J. Herndon & "Fury of the Dark Lord" by Doug Taylor
"Light Side, Dark Side" Comic by Aaron Williams

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