Volume 4, No. 1.5
A supplementary publication. To quote the editorial, "focusing on specific types of games and subjects."
Issue 19.5 focused on horror.
From the table of contents:
Man-O-War, this is Great Cthulhu; Great Cthulhu, this is Man-O-War.
A Weird, Worrying Scenario to introduce Great
Proto-Dimensions for Dark Conspiracy
Illustrated by Lorelle Ahlstrom
Forensics fun from real life
Artwork by Bradley K. McDevitt
Surreal and horrible fantasy art cards
Illustrated by Richard E. Emond
Realistic insanity rules for Call of Cthulhu
Art by Stacy Drum
A look at Mayfair\'s reissue of the Pacesetter favorite
Illustrated by Lorelle Ahlstrom and Matt Wilson
A country club with a big, hairy secret. Our first Plotwerks scenario.
Illustrated by Matthew Wilson and Brad
How to terrorize your horror roleplayers. Five GM techniques to drop-kick player complacency in horror
Scary is good. Ominous is good. Atmosphere in the city...
Art by Bob Hobbs
Generic non-player characters ready for action
Artwork by Michael S. Harmon
This month: Near-death experiences in Call of Cthulhu
Listed in the Table of Contents as \"Close Enounters
And how to invite him into your campaign
Frightening Ways to Keep Your Favorite Bad Guy Coming Back for
Editorial of a madman
Classifieds, announcements, conventions, etc.