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Space Gamer #47 (cover date January 1982) brings you more diamonds from decades long-departed – and the articles are fun to read, too!
In addition to the regular game reviews, news, and letters, this issue is dedicated to fantasy gaming. It includes the article "Remedial Role Playing" (co-written by Aaron Allston), which provides inspiration for making gaming about more than killing things; and a meaty adventure for Dungeons & Dragons titled "Kimberani's Tomb," where the heroes must investigate an Egyptian-themed enigma.
It also offers rules for making physicians more fun in Traveller; additional weapons and a scenario for Killer; plus a review, designer's notes, and errata for the solitaire game Barbarian Prince.
Whether you're a fan of old-school gaming or a historian of our hobby, each issue of Space Gamer is the perfect passport to the past!
Written by J. Andrew Keith / Aaron Allston / Tony Watson / Ronald Pehr / Arnold Hendrick / David Ladyman