Runes by Stewart Wieck
Do it With Mirrors by Shawn Wilson
Expanding Skills in Enforcers by Larry Troth
Superhero Game Reviews by Ken Cliffe and Stewart Wieck
The People of the Land by Greg Stafford and Sandy Petersen
Tabletop News by Ken Cliffe
Splendors of the Past by Kevin Murphy
Demon Killer by Steve Tymon
The Silicon Dungeon by Jim Trunzo
Submission Guidelines by the Editors
Capsule Reviews by Stephan and Stewart Wieck
Cyberpunk Reviews by Stephan Wieck
Review: The City of Geryhawk by Lisa Stevens
On Your Mark by Stephan Wieck
Welcome to this issue of White Wolf. Includes contributor bylines.
Do It with Mirrors: A One-on-One Adventure for Mayfair Games’ DC Heroes
A DC superhero adventure, pitting Diamondfist against Disk (with Diskettes and Gang Members), including
Expanding Skills in Enforcers: A New Skill System for Twenty-First Century Games’ Enforcers
Describes “modifications to the Training Bonus System” for Enforcers. Includes a skill table.
Superhero Game Reviews
Reviews “Champions” (Ice Crown Enterprises), “The Batman Role-Playing Game” (Mayfair
People of the Land: The Cult of Lodril for RuneQuest
Describes the cult of Lodril, “the god for most adult males of Peloria”, including mythos and history,
Reviews metal and plastic miniatures for RPGs, including minis for Villains and Vigilantes, superhero minis, and a
Cathedral of the Spiral Queen
Full page black-and-white pen-and-ink art for the “Splendors of the Past” adventure.
White Wolf Magazine Reader Survey and Origins Awards Final Ballot
Reader survey and final ballot for the Origins Awards 1989.
Splendors of the Past: A Fantasy Adventure for 3-5 High Level Characters
An adventure for “adventurers to go on a secret and daring quest, find a cure for Princess Soufie and save
Tereth and Arek Clash!
Full page black-and-white pen-and-ink art for the “Demon Killer” story.
Demon Killer: The Double-Length Conclusion of an Eight Part Serial
Conclusion of the story of “the deeds of Tereth, one of the demon killers” following “an attack
The Silicon Dungeon
Reviews “Sword of the Samurai” from Microprose Simulation Software.
WHITE WOLF Submission Guidelines 1990
Describes the writing and artistic guidelines for submitting work to White Wolf.
Reviews “Cthulhu Classics” (Chaosium), “Tome of the Ancient and Esoteric Mysteries of the Powers
Reviews supplements for FASA’s Shadowrun, including “DNA/DOA”, “Mercurial”,
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