Fair Tidings Magazine
14 - August 1995
|Editor||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Layout & DTP||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Illustrator||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Illustrator||Peter Nielsen, Esquire|
|Side 1||Front page||Front page||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel||Illustrator|
... and the far wall appears to be made from kleenex and wallpaper... |
Next time, I'll buy a teepee.
|Birgitte Vince Heuschkel||Editor|
How come Han Solo doesn't have cyberware? |
A quick run-through of 5 science fiction settings
Dangerous Duckies |
A biodynamical board game!
|Side 13||DELPHI downtown|
Necropolis Café |
In the Necropolis Café, the dead of heart gather at the sound of a sad trombone; here, the road that is life comes to a desolate end.
Garlic, stakes, and running water |
Vampires fear garlic, they are killed by a stake through the heart, and they cannot cross running water. I know that. Everybody knows that.
All my fears are real!
A quick introduction to a couple of phobias which aren’t all to be found in Call of Cthulhu...
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