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The Crusader—Journal of the Intrepid Adventurer #18 PDF

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When Caesar stood upon the banks of the Rubicon looking south to Rome he hesitated. Before him stood the vast, complex mechanism of the past, glowing with a host of intricately woven stratagems. With him, he had but one legion, weary from 8 years of brutal war with the Gauls. But when called to surrender himself to the Senate and certain exile he did not hesitate. He called his legionaries to cross into Italy, to cross the Rubicon. And as he did so he said only this: Alea iacta est! The Die is Cast!

The Journal offers articles that range from the common and simple “How To” articles, to advice, adventures, free dungeon maps, new monsters, fiction, game review, humor, art and more.

Feature Articles:
Alea Iacta Est: Tight Ropes. Divergent players have divergent views and those views have divergent goals. The tangled spider web of balance!

Product Highlights: Castles & Crusades. With the release of the MT and God and Monsters and the forthcoming release of the 4th Printing of the Players Handbook, Steve takes a step back to take a closer look about where we are going.

Aihrdian Chronicles, Being the 16th Narrative: Meltowg continues to learn what the wizard Rhul-eye has to teach him. He finds out the secret of the cunallrur, the eyes of Unklar.

Monsters of Aihrde: The cunallrur were created in the Klarglich, the deep forges of Aufstrag. They serve Unklar as eyes upon the road. Presented here for the first time and magic of Rhul-eye that offers them challenge.

StarSiege: Jason Vey joins us for Another Fine Mess the first of a long line of StarSiege adventures.

Also in this Issue:
Angry Gamer: James Ward confronts the angry Trolls!
Convention Blog: Richard McBain takes us to Sooner Con of last year and the weird adventures he, Mark and Casey Christofferson had!
Game Review: The Red Dragon Inn
Troll Freebies: Peter Bradley gives us a cool tower map! He did the design, now its time for you to do the Leg Work!

Who’s Who:
Publisher: Stephen Chenault
Managing Editor: James M. Ward
Editor/Designer: Elizabeth Stewart
Artists: Peter Bradley, Jason Walton, Tom Wham and others
Contributors: Stephen Chenault, Davis Chenault, James M. Ward,Tim Kask, Casey Cannfield, Mike Stewart, John Wright, Joe Damiani and others.
Cartoons: Jason Walton, Tom Wham

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