Star Wars Gamer #10

June/July 2002

$6.99


COMMENTS
This is the last issue of Star Wars Gamer. It includes an exclusive promo card for the Star Wars TCG game


SYNOPSIS

Fiction
"Emissary of the Void: Part 3-War on Wayland" by Greg Keyes — Illustrated by Mike Huddleston
"Handoff" by Timothy Zahn — Illustrated by Dave Dorman

Special Features
"Attack of the Board Game" by Rob Daviau
"Model Citizen: The Lars Homestead" by H.G. Walls, photos by Nanette Gundt

Roleplaying Game
"Galactic Power Brokers" by JD Wiker
"Star Wars Roleplaying Game" by JD Wiker
"Droid Starships" by Owen K.C. Stephens — Illustrated by Jeff Carlisle
"University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Clawdites" by Craig C. Carey, Jason Fry, and Daniel Wallace — Illustrated by Anthony Granato
"Special Ops: the Sharpshooter" by Gary M. Sarli — Illustrated by Phil Noto
"Special Ops: The Medic" by Gary M. Sarli — Illustrated by Tom Fowler

Deck Plans
"You're Not A Jedi Yet" by Michael G. Ryan

Adventures
"Jedi's Legacy" by S. John Ross — Illustrated by RamŪn Pérez
"Standoff at Leritor" by Peter Schweighofer — Illustrated by Mikael Noguchi

State of the Arts
"Exclusive! Bounty Hunter Preview" by Eric Bratcher
"Knights of the Old Republic Preview" by Elliott Chin
"Racer Revenge Strategy Guide" by Scott Steinberg
"Jedi Starfighter Strategy Guide" by Brett Rector
"Star Wars Galaxy Update" by Haden Blackman

Departments
Force Feedback
"Rogue Gallery: City Slickers" by Kyle Stanley Hunter
"Jedi Counseling" by JD Wiker
"Callsigns: Kashyyyk" by Owen K.C. Stephens
"Dice, Camera, Action! by
"Jedi Mind Tricks" by Mike Selinker — Illustrated by Scott Morse

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