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Poor Gamer's Almanac (September 2005)

Poor Gamer's Almanac (September 2005)

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Alea Publishing Group is proud to present the September issue of the Poor Gamer's Almanac - A FREE e-magazine designed for the gamer who has only a few cents in their pocket, lint, and maybe one or two dice ready for action.

In the September issue we have the following:

Feudal Lords Workshop - We begin to detail our upcoming release of Feudal Lords Campaign Setting. This issue we talk about a low magic setting.

Renaissance Magus - This prestige class does the impossible: arcane spells, divine magic, and psionic powers.

Backgrounds - What kind of baggage or greatness does your character carry? These backgrounds not only provide a role-playing advantage but also an advantage at the game table.

Lost Tribe Orcs - This is a new class template featuring the Lost Tribe Orc tribe that dwell in the Hill Lands

Product Preview - We talk about some upcoming products from Alea Publishing Group as well as present some crunch from our upcoming Book O' Death (Working Title)

The Year of the Zombie - This one shot adventure will keep you on your toes or at least a toe tag. This 8-page adventure is brought to you by UKG Publishing.

Oh - did I mention that the Poor Gamer's Almanac it is FREE! - but not for long so download it today!

Check out our other Issues of the Poor Gamer's Almanac

November 2004 (always FREE)
January 2005 ($2.00)
March 2005 ($2.00)
May 2005 ($2.00)
July 2005 (always FREE)
 
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Brian E. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 3rd, 2005
The Poor Gamer?s Almanac, by the Alea Publishing Group, is somewhat difficult to review, given that I?ve only read a single issue (issue 6, incidentally). As such, I?m going to give my general impressions of the magazine, rather than focusing on the [...]
Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 2nd, 2005
This issue of the Poor Gamer?s Almanac follows the tradition of some of its predecessors in being offered for free. It contains six articles of substance, with interspersed ads in the manner of a real magazine (though a significant number of the ads are [...]
Josh B. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 1st, 2005
The Poor Gamer's Almanac's stated goal is to show the potential for pdf products, and to try and lure fencesitters over to the dark side... err, I mean turn them into fans of ebooks. Each issue is initially released for free, rising to the price of $2.00 [...]
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