Star Wars Gamer #9

April/May 2002

$6.99



SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Emissary of the Void: Part 2-Dark Tidings" by Greg Keyes — Illustrated by Mike Huddleston

Roleplaying Game
"Endor & The Moddell Sector" by Craig C. Carey, Jason Fry & Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by Matthew Hatton
"On Wings of Rogues" by J. Swallow — Illustrated by Mike Villardi
"Wraith Squadron" by Joshua Radke — Illustrated by Joe Corroney
"Running the Belt" by JD Wiker — Illustrated by Corey Macourer
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Nosaurian" by Craig C. Carey, Jason Fry, and Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by Darrell Riche
"Dice, Camera, Action! by Robin D. Laws
"Special Ops: The Jedi Weapon Master" by Owen K.C. Stephens — Illustrated by Jeremy Jarvis
"Special Ops: The Battle Empath" by Jesse Decker — Illustrated by Vinod Rams

Adventure
"Race for the Tessent" by Craig C. Carey, Jason Fry, & Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by RamŪn Pérez

Deck Plans
"The Force Will Be With You" by Michael G. Ryan

State of the Arts
"Star Wars Jedi Starfighter" by Eric Bratcher
"Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast" by Elliott Chin
"Star Wars Galaxies Update" by Haden Blackman
"Copy That, Rogue Leader" by Cory J. Herndon
"Galactic Battlegrounds Multiplayer Mystery" by Haden Blackman

Departments
Force Feedback
"Jedi Counseling" by JD Wiker
"Rogues Gallery: Pliots" by Scott Roller
"Callsigns: Corellians" by Owen K.C. Stephens
"Jedi Mind Tricks" by Mike Selinker — Illustrated by Scott Morse

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