•News - More on the latest releases in the RPG world from Aberaant through Sengoku to the world of flowers on Nobilis
•Small Worlds - What's it like to be a figures sculptor? We interview Citadel miniatures artist Chirs Fitzpatrick on how he does
•News Decks - It's judgement day, creeps. The new Judge Dredd card game hits the streets, lawmasters and all. Plus a CCG for teen girls- frightening
•Paper cuts - This month labour-of-love budget B&W's get the treatment as we explore a new realm of mono-magic panel art and stories
•Live Show - New Name, OmegaLRP, gets an event review, news of Chimera's many events; Braveheart's brother plus news of second skin
•Critical Hits - Three worthwhile novels with excellent opportunities for RPGs plus books to get the conspiracists looking into the sky
•Electric Theatre -Checking out Baldur's gate and silver - not real RPG, but could be fun
•USA News - News on what's going on across the pond with the big business takeovers and buy-outs of RPG companies in the US of A
•Dork Tower - Get your fix of the most popular cartoon strip dedicated to the players of RPGs
•Walk on the Wild Side - Jacked in and burned out? Try something a bit different and get you adventure au naturelle. Nathan Gribble presents role-playing with you as the beasties - whether you want to be a frightened bunny or Mr Toad
•What's in the box? - Swash your buckle in this piratical LRP adventure for any system featuring stone Trolls, Dark Elevs and the Rose o' the mists
•A kind of magic - Our series continues with a look at the oldest type of real magic: Shamanism. And we see how they fit into RPGs of all varieties.
•Storm from the East - An Ars Magica scenario incorporating the powers of shamanism in the war between the Mongols and the western powers
•Gardening for beginners -An interview with writer Steven Erikson after the publication of his first fantasy novel "Gardens of the Moon"