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Author Topic: Guild Companion April 2011 (Issue 146)  (Read 857 times)

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Offline Taibhsa

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Guild Companion April 2011 (Issue 146)
« on: April 09, 2011, 03:01:52 PM »
Greetings from the Guild Companion:
The April issue is now available at http://www.guildcompanion.com

I want to apologize for another late issue, but again we ran into some difficulties in getting things prepared in time (and in an effort to try to speed things up for our web master, Rob, I ended up causing him more trouble).  However the issues are being discussed to try to further smooth out our process and hopefully we will work out the kinks very soon and be back to a smoother and more timely schedule.

Included in this issue are several articles that should help GM's to create interesting games for their players. Among them are two small Rolemaster encounters that can easily be incorporated into an existing game as the characters are traveling between locations, titled Tales of Adventure and authored by Ron Soller. We also have an article written by John Duffield (if you read the article before we make the correction, it was credited to Wayne Johnson in error, however our web master will be correcting this error soon, and I want to offer our apology for our error to John for our mistake, really sorry about that) on HARP Custom Profession Creation, which will allow for much more creative and flexible use of the HARP rules for, as the name indicates by providing rules for creating custom professions. We also have an article titled Book of Combat, which is a collection of scalable combat related spells by Martin Schacht as a continuation of his earlier article. Then we also have part 1 of what will be a yearlong series of articles by Johs. Sondrup titled Arts of Fighting that is intended to provide additional depth to combat in RM2 (Rolemaster Classic).

Have fun and enjoy,
Taibhsa (aka Wolfhound, Aaron Smalley)
RM fan since the early 80's
Guild Companion (Writer/Spacemaster Editor/General Editor)
World of Aernth/Channel Cities setting (Author: City of Archendurn, Dun Cru)