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March 31, 2003: This Is Us At GAMA

Here's a picture of our booth at GAMA. We thought it was kinda pretty . . .

The unrecognizably small figures, left to right, are Unknown Person With Back Turned, Super Munchkin, Paul Chapman, William Toporek, and Gene Seabolt.

Warehouse 23 News: Lurking in the Corners of Human Civilization

Heroes Unlimited: Mutant Underground explores the mutant subculture: how they survive, why they hide, how they use their powers, who makes them, and who hunts them like animals.

March 30, 2003: Hey, Barkeep -- One For Me, And One For My Laptop

Scientists at St. Louis University are trying to use enzymes as a catalyst in fuel cells to generate electricity without the storage and safety problems of hydrogen. New Scientist reports in this story that they've done very well using ethanol as the catalyst, going so far as to run their batteries -- which they hope can be used in cell phones, laptop computers, and the like -- on gin and vodka.

No, really. Check it out.

-- Scott Haring

Warehouse 23 News: Firepower and Strength

From epic magical fantasy to the high tech far future, the d20 Mecha Compendium brings the mechanized action genre to life with eleven adventure settings, all complete with world background campaign ideas and pre-designed machines.

March 29, 2003: Origins Award Voting Now Open

The best games of 2002 will be honored at Origins, the national game convention held this June 26-29 at the Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH.

Voting in the final round of the Origins Awards is open to the public. You can either dow nload a PDF of the ballot and mail it in, or you can vote online. [It has been called to our attention that the online voting ballot is completely broken. We'll post an update if and when it's fixed, with instructions on what to do if you voted on the broken ballot.] The voting deadline is June 1, 2003.

And far be it from us to unduly influence your vote, but it is our duty to mention that a number of fine Steve Jackson Games products are on this year's ballot, including:

Warehouse 23 News: When the Legend Becomes Fact, Print the Legend

Sidewinder: Wild West Adventures is a d20 roleplaying game set in America's historical Old West.

March 28, 2003: A Breath Of Fresh Air

Illuminated Site of the Week: If you're worried about your health and the high cost of living, breathe easy. The Breatharian Institute of America can teach you how to live on air alone. And maybe some bottled water.

-- Suggested by Gerard Lamarck

Warehouse 23 News: Less than a Minute to Play!

From Cheapass Games, Light Speed is a lightning-fast card game of space combat.

March 27, 2003: Now Shipping!

Wending its lonely way to distributors everywhere, and appearing on your friendly local game store shelves in the very near future, it's:

Chez Grunt
Chez Geek joins the army! Chez Grunt marches in on the heels of the wildly successful Chez Geek and Chez Greek, proving that the search for slack is universal, no matter where you might be.

More fun than a 40-mile hike with full pack, Chez Grunt lets you hunt for slack, better food, choice assignments . . . and even Nookie . . . in the barracks! Chez Grunt is completely compatible, of course, with its famous predecessor, Chez Geek.

You're In The Army Now -- might as well get all the slack you can!

112 cards in a tuck box. Stock #1353, ISBN 1-55634-691-3. $16.95.

Warehouse 23 News: Unusual and Gifted Spellcasters

Way of the Witch details the witch core class for d20, along with new prestige classes, familiars, feats, skills, and magic rules.

March 26, 2003: 2002 Origins Awards Nominees

Here's a link to the complete list of nominees for the 2002 Origins Awards, to be handed out at Origins in Columbus, OH, this June. Online voting should be up and running soon -- stay tuned for details.

Warehouse 23 News: Heeeeeeere's Carson!

Dork Tower #22 is now available.

March 25, 2003: Playtests Playtests Playtests

We have not one, not two, but three new playtests for Pyramid subscribers. Not only do we have GURPS Covert Ops and GURPS Faerie available for playtest, but Savant Garde's upcoming card game, Storm Siege, as well!

Those of you already subscribed to Pyramid probably already know where to go. Those of you who aren't... why not subscribe today? You can get a preview of these products before they go to print, and even have a hand in shaping their final versions.

- Sage

Warehouse 23 News: A Cast of Characters

1000 Faces: Villains & Scoundrels fully details 250 villains for your d20 fantasy world!

March 24, 2003: Howdy, Scott, Glad To Meet Ya

When the world seems like an unfriendly place, full of hostility, rudeness, and outright poo-heads, remember that there's a guy in Portland, Oregon who's doing his part to make this tiny blue globe better for everyone.

Say hi to Scott Ginsberg. He's the one with the name tag -- the one he's been wearing for over two years.
-- Andrew Hackard, Managing Editor

Warehouse 23 News: An Abstract Game Vaguely Associated with Steam Tunnels

Steam Tunnel is a great card game from Cheapass Games with no particular basis in reality. Compete for control of tunnels in an abstract game with a perfect mix of strategy and luck!

March 23, 2003: Lurn Two Right Guud

If your prose reads like that headline, we can't help you. But if there's still hope, we've just updated our Style Guide, Coding Guide, and GURPS Style Guide. These are required reading for anyone who wants to write for us!

Wee luk forewarred too hearring frum yew . . . or something to that effect.
-- Andrew Hackard, Managing Editor

Warehouse 23 News: One Cannot Have Power Without Wisdom

Secrets of the Phoenix explores the most mysterious Legend of the Five Rings Great Clan, illustrating its customs, holdings, and way of life. But have caution: the Phoenix guard their secrets well, and do not take kindly to outsiders in their libraries.

March 22, 2003: Back From GAMA

And at some point we'll post a photo or two. Executive summary: It went very, very well. Kudos to the GAMA show management for bearing up under the load of twice as many retailers as expected, and still hosting a good event. Thanks to the WizKids guys for providing such a great freebie that it (I suspect) was responsible for at least a couple of hundred of those extra bodies. Thanks to both our booth crew (for dealing with such a crowd that at one point the line for our stuff went around the corner and three booths back) and those who stayed behind and put together an emergency shipment of 300 more retailer packets and a like number of Munchkin Monster Manual, Transhuman Space hardbacks, and Valor and Snarl dragons (yes, we were being generous with the freebies, too).

It went well, indeed. Now wait till NEXT year!
-- Steve Jackson

Warehouse 23 News: Perilous Adventures in an Ever-Changing Labyrinth

In the Dungeoneer: Tomb of the Lich Lord card game, you take up the mantle of a great Hero and set out to prove your valor by exploring a labyrinth of corridors, defeating heinous monsters, overcoming nefarious traps, and being the first to complete all the Quests.

March 21, 2003: It's What's Inside That Counts

Illuminated Site of the Week: Hostage takers are pretty quick to ask for a million dollars without considering the practicalities. How much does it weigh? How much space does it take up? Find out How Much Is Inside?

And that's not all. How many ping-pong balls fit into a Chevy Trailblazer? How much blood does the human body hold? And if you never gotten around to squeezing out your toothpaste end-to-end, they've done the hard work for you.

-- Suggested by Jake Cotter

Warehouse 23 News: Soap Opera Mayhem

Welcome to Soap, where your character is likely to be shot by ex-lovers, undergo a life-threatening operation, have multiple affairs, save a family member, and have a car crash . . . all in the space of ninety minutes!

March 20, 2003: Now Shipping!

While most of the gang is off at the GAMA Trade Show in Las Vegas, the hard-working automatons of the shipping department continue to follow their programming, sending the finest game products out to distributors everywhere. Look for these new releases on your local game store shelves in the very near future:

Munchkin Master's Guide
Munchkin. It's not just for players any more.

What can a Munchkin d20 GM do? Whatever he wants. Player annoys you? Kill him. Or change his sex. Or turn him into a Canada goose. Go all the way and turn him into a dead sex-changed Canada goose. No one can stop you.

When you're the GM, the rules are only suggestions. So the Munchkin Master's Guide is 48 pages of magic items, NPC classes, and a loaded 100-sided die's worth of dirty tricks . . .

It's GOOD to be the GM.

48 pages, hardcover. Stock #3402, ISBN 1-55634-668-9. $14.95.

GURPS Rogues
Skullduggery made easy!

GURPS Rogues has everything you need to know about backstabbing, intrigue, and the seamy side of life. With 29 templates and over 100 sample characters for all kinds of settings, GURPS Rogues is a chest full of treasure for you to plunder!

GURPS Rogues follows (stealthily) in the footsteps of GURPS Warriors and GURPS Wizards, our two previous books of characters and templates.

128 pages. Stock #6413, ISBN 1-55634-398-1. $22.95.

GURPS WWII: Frozen Hell
GURPS WWII: Frozen Hell covers the Finnish campaigns of World War II. Strap on your skis and scrounge for ammo to fight for young Finland's continued freedom, or join the Russian armies trying to secure their border from German attack.

Frozen Hell covers all of the Finnish involvement in WWII, from the struggles of the diplomats through the sacrifices of soldiers on both sides of the wars. It includes:

GURPS WWII: Frozen Hell brings you into an unfamiliar corner of World War II -- a very cold corner of a very hot war.

48 pages. Stock #8008, ISBN 1-55634-639-5. $11.95.

Skeletons Miniatures
The dead walk . . . and they're coming for you!

The walking skeleton -- grinning malevolence and otherworldly evil -- is a staple of horror and fantasy gaming. Sculpted by the renowned Richard Kerr, Skeletons Miniatures gives you eight classic figures, with the heads and arms separate. Mix and match for the ultimate in variety, and create the skeleton army you want! Arms include everything from knives and swords to deadly modern-day hardware, and extras are provided.

So take a tour through our graveyard . . . Skeletons Miniatures are waiting!

Boxed set: eight skeleton bodies with separate heads and arms. Stock #13-0200, ISBN 1-55634-528-3. $24.95.

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Imperial Lunar Handbook: Volume 1
The Imperial Lunar Handbook provides an insider's look at the vast Lunar Empire. It gives players a look past the facade of evil and decadence and into the brilliance and liberty of the great Empire, and instructs heroes on how to live in it. The Empire is a fusion of many disparate regions, each with its own customs and magic. Over all the Red Moon shines down, and the Son of the Goddess rules.

Volume 1 provides an overview of the Lunar Empire and the religion of the Red Goddess that holds it together. It contains character generation for all of the major Homelands of the Empire, as well as maps and details of two sample organizations, the Seeburn Association and Immanent Action Liberation. Future volumes will concentrate on the most important regions within the Empire, beginning with the Lunar Religion, and later including Dara Happa, Rinliddi, and Carmania.

72 pages. Stock #ISS1302, ISBN 1-929052-04-9. $15.95.

Warehouse 23 News: Fix Bayonets!

Inside Horrors of Weird War Two are over 100 new d20 creatures from all over the world, plus a complete adventure.

March 19, 2003: Origins Award Nominations!

Yesterday, at the GAMA Trade Show, the nominees for the Origins Award were announced. Steve Jackson Games is pleased to announce that we have received six nominations:

Congratulations to the authors, artists, editors, and anyone else who had anything to do with all the nominees!

Warehouse 23 News: Adventures in Imperial Space

Star Hero: Terran Empire chronicles the history and adventures of Humanity from 2400 to 2700.

March 18, 2003: Build Robot Car, Get Government Bucks

Hey, better they spend our money this way than paying the salaries of the French Fry Freedom Fighters in Congress . . .

Warehouse 23 News: There Are More Things in Heaven and Earth

Since the dawn of time, curious men and women have gazed at the horizon with longing, daring to question what lies beyond. In the world of Théah, such dreamers have a name - The Explorer's Society.

March 17, 2003: Gone To GAMA

Many of our staff have left for the GAMA Trade Show in Las Vegas. If you are trying to reach Steve, Phil, Michelle, William, Paul, Moe, Gene, or Ross, you might want to consider holding off until next week. (Authors, editors, or artists with questions or concerns should e-mail Andrew instead, who gets to hold down the fort in Austin while everyone else wines and dines in Sin City.)

Warehouse 23 News: Off the Paper and onto the Terrain

The Classic BattleTech Miniatures Rules set allows players to leave behind their paper maps and cardboard counters and jump to the exciting visual world of BattleTech miniatures and full 3-D terrain.

March 16, 2003: Soon, You Can Send Igor To CompUSA

They call it a "brain prosthesis" -- a computer chip that takes the place of a missing or damaged part of a living brain. And they're ready to test the first one, on bits of rat brain, at least. Read the New Scientist story for all the details.

-- Scott Haring

Warehouse 23 News: Want for Nothing

The Feng Shui supplement Thorns of the Lotus has finally returned to print. A conspiracy of eunuch sorcerers has discovered the Netherworld and its paths to the future. No place or time is safe from the Lotus.

March 15, 2003: Getting Rid Of The F-Word

So the U.S. House of Representatives has formally removed "French fries" from the menu in its cafeteria. Now it's "Freedom fries."

They've been criticized for wasting their time. I beg to disagree. The last thing I read about the House passing was a bill to outlaw all human cloning research. If that's what they do when they are "serious," I would FAR rather they occupy themselves by insulting the French.

Hmm, can I help?

Okay. French bread will now be Bush bread.

French kisses will now be Liberty Lip-Locks.

Plaster of Paris will continue to honor its source, but will now be Plaster of Parasites.

And French blue will now be "Condition: Secretary Ridge Says No Terrorists Under The Bed But Buy Duct Tape Anyway Blue."

Hope that helps, y'all. If you read this into the Congressional Record, be sure to spell my name right.

-- Steve Jackson

Warehouse 23 News: Riding the Red Line

The Ultimate Vehicle is a comprehensive guide to vehicles in Hero System, providing advanced and expanded rules for gamers who want to build anything from a chariot, to a sleek sportscar, to an airplane, to a star cruiser, to a mech!

March 14, 2003: It's Mostly In The Name Of Science

Illuminated Site of the Week: In this country, we're less likely to hide weapons of mass destruction and more inclined to build a website touting the fabulous power we have at our fingertips. Visit Sam Barros' PowerLabs and watch as he bends chemistry to his will and crushes full soda cans with nothing but a semiconductor. Make fun of him at your peril . . . he's also building a rail gun.

-- Suggested by Dan McCulley

Warehouse 23 News: Humanity's Future on a Distant Planet

The Blue Planet Essential Collection includes four hardcover supplements - Fluid Mechanics, First Colony, Frontier Justice, and Natural Selection - at a bargain price.

March 13, 2003: Mailing List Update

If you're a member of the GURPSnet, INWO or In Nomine mailing lists, you should be aware that we recently moved those lists onto our new mailing list server. If you're supposed to be subscribed to these lists and haven't received notice for some reason, or if you just want to sign up on one of these lists, please check out our mailing list server at From there you can sign up on any of the lists currently on our server.

Provided that the server holds up under the load, we are also hoping to move all of our Yahoo! Groups mailing lists back to our own server in the future.

As usual, contact me at if you have any questions or concerns.

- Sage

Warehouse 23 News: Three Balls, Two Clubs, and a Flaming Torch

Juggler's Jam is a fast paced, light-hearted card game for 2-4 players, set in the dog-eat-dog world of professional juggling.

March 12, 2003: Off To GAMA, Real Soon Now

The GAMA show - the trade show of the "adventure game" business - is next week in Las Vegas. If you're a retailer, we hope you're planning to attend . . . come see us. If you're anyone else, please cut us a bit of slack next week, because we'll be out of town, with irregular access to the net and a lot on our minds. But it'll be fun. This is our best chance to actually talk to our friends in the industry, because at the big summer conventions, even if everyone is there, the chances are good that you'll never see them for more than four seconds at a time. At GAMA, there's a chance to sit down and talk for, gee, maybe as much as four minutes . . .
-- Steve Jackson

Warehouse 23 News: Alter Your Reality

Kicking off a new series of Legends & Lairs books, School of Illusion contains everything you need to make illusion magic a key component of your d20 game.

March 11, 2003: Jupiter, Front And Center

Science magazine is publishing some of the best pictures taken by the Cassini spacecraft over the past six months as it flew by Jupiter en route to Saturn.

This story has the details -- and be sure to click on the slide show about halfway down the page. Incredible pictures.

Which gives us an excuse to plug the upcoming Transhuman Space: Deep Beyond, which covers Jupiter and its many moons, as well as the asteroid belt, Neptune, Saturn, and the rest of the outer solar system.

Warehouse 23 News: Twelve Tribes Stand United

The dream of a Wolfen Empire has grown into a reality that the rest of the Palladium Fantasy world can no longer ignore.

March 10, 2003: Book Signing In Columbus

Fans in Columbus, Ohio get a pre-Origins treat . . . . Hunter Johnson, author of GURPS WWII: Frozen Hell, will be at Ravenstone Games in Columbus on March 29th for a book signing. With luck, there will be a demo session for both GURPS WWII and Chez Grunt!

Warehouse 23 News: Perfect Your Craft

GM Mastery Book One: NPC Essentials is a d20 sourcebook of tips and techniques for game mastering non-player characters.

March 9, 2003: Get Well Soon, Larry!

Legendary fantasy game artist Larry Elmore is back home after suffering a heart attack. He's expected to fully recover, but if you want to send him a get-well note or something, his address is:

Elmore Productions
1314 Sunbeam Rd.
Leitchfield, KY 42754

Take it easy, Larry!

Warehouse 23 News: The Intelligent Beings of the Traveller Universe

Classic Traveller: The Alien Modules 1-4, volume one in the Classic Traveller Alien Reprint series, includes the Aslan, K'kree, Vargr, and Zhodani.

March 8, 2003: Ninja Burger!

These unworthy ones beg leave to announce that a Ninja Burger ad will appear on the Food Network show "Funniest Food TV". The program airs March 9th at 9pm Eastern and 9pm Pacific (time-shifted for Central and Mountain time). Watch the show! The honor of your clan demands it!

Warehouse 23 News: Now in Glorious Full Color!

Give Me the Brain Special Edition is a quick card game for 3-8 players. This special color edition contains more than 40 new cards and lots of new artwork, a stunning upgrade for this award-winning game.

March 7, 2003: Some People Ask "Why Not?"

Illuminated Site of the Week: It's everything you ever wanted to know about UFOs, but were waiting for someone else to ask, arrange, and compile. The Why? Files looks for a few answers in the night skies.

-- Suggested by Geoff Richardson

Warehouse 23 News: Prestige Pewter

Guardians of Order and Reaper Miniatures have teamed up to produce a line of 30mm prestige superhero pewter miniatures based on the smash-hit roleplaying game, Silver Age Sentinels.

March 6, 2003: Warehouse 23 Adds Citizen

Warehouse 23, the Internet retail store at Steve Jackson Games, is very proud to announce that it will now be the official online store for Citizen Games. Citizen joins Issaries, publisher of the Glorantha roleplaying games, and the award-winning Atlas Games in selecting Warehouse 23 to handle its retail presence on the Web.

Citizen ( is best known for its popular MasterScreen, a 3-fold vinyl GM screen that can be customized for any game -- and a 4-fold version is coming soon. It also publishes a series of d20 products, including the "1000 Faces" series of characters, and recently released the Dungeoneer card game.

March 5, 2003: They Must Be Reading Transhuman Space

Who's next to the moon? Looks like China, according to this story in the New Scientist.

Why are they going? For the mineral wealth, mostly. Just like in Transhuman Space. And for an additional gratuitous plug, remember that the Transhuman Space sourcebook on near-Earth orbit and the moon, Transhuman Space: High Frontier, is due out this summer.

Warehouse 23 News: Thick and Sticky

Warehouse 23's new store brand super glue has the same chemical composition as name brand hobby glues, but at a significantly lower price.

March 4, 2003: Oh, If Only . . .

DNA pioneer James Watson says that stupidity is a genetic disease that can -- and should -- be cured.

The New Scientist has the story.

-- Scott Haring

Warehouse 23 News: Leap Into the Action!

The Classic BattleTech Boxed Set hurtles you onto the battlefields of the 31st century.

March 3, 2003: Vaya Con Dios, Pioneer 10

It was the first man-made object to pass through the asteroid belt, the first to fly by Jupiter, and the first to leave the solar system.

And now Pioneer 10 is gone, its power plant too depleted and its signal too weak to send any more information back to Earth. Read the Science Daily story for all the details.

-- Scott Haring

Warehouse 23 News: Think You Know Magic?

Magic in the Shadows is a sourcebook for the Shadowrun roleplaying game that expands on the basic magic concepts and provides advanced magic rules.

March 2, 2003: NNTP All 'Round

As of last Sunday, all of our zines (JTAS, Pyramid, and d20 Weekly) use NNTP for their message board systems. This is a Good Thing because:
-- Mark Cogan

Warehouse 23 News: All Warfare Is Based on Deception

Shinobi: Shadows of Nihon reveals the truth behind the most feared and misunderstood of the Sengoku professions.

March 1, 2003: June Releases

Steve Jackson Games announces the following products for release in June, 2003:

Chez Geek 2/e (Reprint)
Beer. Nookie. Roommates. Just another Friday night at Chez Geek, the fun new card game that lets you set up house with your friends -- for as long as you can stand them. Get a job at the beginning of the game, and spend money and time to accumulate Slack points. You can have a party, hang out with friends, dodge losers, and play with the cats. Borrow from your roomies so you can have snacks while you watch TV. What other game gives you points for sleeping? Just look out for the car alarm. Drink, party, and sleep late as you pursue Slack points to win the game.

Just remember, when your roommate and his S.O. keep you up all night: You can't throw them out. They live here.

110 cards in a tuck box. Stock #1329, ISBN 1-55634. $16.95.

GURPS Character Builder 3.0
The newest version of the official character-creation program for GURPS. The GURPS Character Builder lets you design, optimize, store, modify, and print out characters in all the most popular genres. All the system's standard advantages, disadvantages, and skills are supported, with complete character creation rules from the GURPS Basic Set and GURPS Compendium I, as well as GURPS Magic, GURPS Grimoire, GURPS Psionics, GURPS Martial Arts, GURPS Supers, GURPS Wizards, GURPS Warriors, and even GURPS Fantasy Folk! Lots of extras, including a die roller, round out this package . . . and Version 3.0 adds a Template Builder function to make custom character creation even easier. (For Windows only. Sorry, Mac fans.)

CD-ROM in DVD case. Stock #5401, ISBN 1-55634-708-1. $24.95.

GURPS Psionics (Reprint)
Spies and police who can read your thoughts. New Age mysticism merged with ultra-technology. Psychic vampires. Mass minds of terrible power. Telepathic computers. Gifted children killed or kidnapped by a power-mad government. This is the world of GURPS Psionics.

Psionics is the ultimate sourcebook for psi powers. It includes a complete world background - and the GM can use it as a resource for campaigns in any background.

128 pages. Stock #6040, ISBN 1-55634-196-2. $22.95.

GURPS Traveller: Starships
From launches to liners, from patrol boats to pirates, a starfaring campaign requires ships. GURPS Traveller: Starships details the "View from the Deck," the experience of being aboard a starship. Passengers and pursers, bridge crews and black gang, owners and deckhands . . . they're all here. Charters and salvage operations are included, spiced up with encounters, adventure seeds and a cast of NPC owners, masters and crew.

Much of the book is devoted to ship designs and design philosophy, with a selection of starships and smaller vessels -- the traders, lab ships, yachts and prospectors likely to be crewed by PCs. Each ship has its own detailed writeup and deck plans. Another section expands on the starship design rules in GURPS Traveller (including components for TL7-9, TL11, and TL13 designs). It collects all previously published components in one volume and offers new accessories and design options, as well as descriptions of the technology.

Ships detailed in GURPS Traveller: Starships include:

144 pages. Stock #6613, ISBN 1-55634-475-9. $24.95.

Transhuman Space: High Frontier
"One giant leap for mankind . . ."

In the year 2100, Earth-Lunar space is the most densely populated area of the solar system outside Earth itself. Come visit:

144 pages. Stock #6704, ISBN 1-55634-709-X. $24.95.

GURPS Planet of Adventure
Explore a world where aliens war on the surface, a mysterious race rules from the shadows, and humans brought from Earth millennia ago serve their alien masters. Welcome to Tschai.

GURPS Planet of Adventure is the roleplaying adaptation of Jack Vance's classic planetary romance. Follow in the footsteps of Adam Reith, a stranded Earth scout, as he makes his way across the planet in search of a ship to take him home. Along the way, meet the belligerent Chasch, the sleek and murderous Dirdir, the inscrutable Wanek, and the secretive Pnume -- as well as dozens of human subraces and bizarre monsters. Take your campaign through Pera, where humans make a stand against their alien masters; the Carabas, where great wealth lies literally at your feet, and the trick is surviving to enjoy it; and Sivishe, where barbaric customs and futuristic shipyards are everyday parts of life.

Are you ready for an experience like no other? GURPS Planet of Adventure delivers!

128 pages. Stock #6716, ISBN 1-55634-472-4. $22.95.

You think you know about World War II -- but here are the stories they kept out of the history books. Nazi mystic archmages, SS super"human" troops, secret Antarctic bases, "foo fighters" -- and that's just what the Axis was up to! Now your characters can fight the occult Nazi menace as well. Race for the Ark of the Covenant, steal Nazi tomes and fight the Werewolves in this unique supplement to the GURPS WWII system.

144 pages. Stock #8019, ISBN 1-55634-661-1. $24.95.

Spec Ops Miniatures
Knock, knock . . .

The six figures in this set, sculpted by Richard Kerr, represent the real-life entry teams of today's modern army and police forces. You get Command, Shooter, Entry, Breach, Rearguard, and a kneeling Sniper, a figure that's almost impossible to find!

These 28mm figures are perfect for modern-day gaming, from gritty urban warfare to anti-terrorism actions, espionage, and even superheroes. When these boys knock, you better answer the door . . .

Six 28mm miniatures in a video box. Stock #13-0000, ISBN 1-55634-710-3. $24.95.

Chimney Smoke: The Art of Larry MacDougall
Long popular with White Wolf and FASA fans, Larry MacDougall's artwork has a deep, passionate, almost primitive feel. Chimney Smoke: The Art of Larry MacDougall collects some of Larry's finest work . . . including many selections, never before published, from his private sketchbooks! Fans of whimsical art owe it to themselves to add this fanciful tome to their library.

Hardcover, 64 full-color pages. Stock #60-1010, ISBN 1-55634-630-1. $26.95.

Warehouse 23 News: Top 10 for February

Check out Warehouse 23's best selling items for February on the Warehouse 23 Top 10 page.

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