Challenge 52

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Challenge 52
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Special Bestiary Issue
Publisher Game Designers' Workshop
Version MegaTraveller
Author Loren Wiseman
Format Periodical (Magazine)
Language English
Edition 1st
Year Published 1991
Pages 80
Available from Yes
Canonical No
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents[edit]

Challenge 52
Section / Article Author/s Page/s
MegaTraveller
Contact: Hhkar!

Like the Ancients, the Hhkar were considered to be a vanished race. But they have returned in force—could the Ancients do the same?

by Michael R. Mikesh TBD
Stalkers

Occupying only ten systems, the Stalkers maintain a rather xenophobic state at the heart of the Hinterworlds Sector.

by Charles E. Gannon TBD
2300 AD
Operation Back Door - Episode 4: The Tricolor Conspiracy. by Charles E. Gannon TBD
Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0.
The Beast of Boston

A new type of killer stalks old Boston. Senseless brutality on a nearly unprecedented scale had led the press to name the killer "The Beast of Boston." Police are baffled. The media have no clue. Even the Boostergangs walk in fear. Something must be done, and done soon, before the city drowns in its own blood.

by Michael LaBossiere TBD
Dark Conspiracy
Things That Go Bump in the Night

A semisentient, semicohesive mist, choking off the air supply of its victims. A giant rat trained to seek out and attack prey. A fast, durable raven which specifically targets the eyes of its quarry. This trio is sure to add a little spice to your Dark Conspiracy campaign.

by Lester W. Smith TBD
Dark Future
Sand Cats

"Toddy has a real funny look on his face—like he's just been kicked in the gut. The case is full of credit chips, the one-shot kind with bank logos on. It all adds up. The mob is going to be awful mad at us. And when they get mad, they get worse than all the cops and all the Ops and all the other heat put together."

by Graeme Daws TBD
Ghostbusters International
Attack of the Ice-Age Cyborg Kamikaze Holsteins

Renegade members of the United Galactic Council plan a clandestine mission that could change the course of Terran evolution in this P-rated adventure (excessive punning).

by Lester W. Smith TBD
Nightlife
Urban Beasts for NightLife

You've seen Night of the Living Dead, The Lost Boys, and Nightbreed, and you've read The Vampire Lestatso many times you've nearly memorized it. You loved The Howling and Wolfen. You're dying (no pun intended) to roleplay an ultraslick vampire or a cagey werewolf, but most games relegate them firmly to the roles of evil NPCs. Where can you go to satisfy your craving? The answer is NightLife by Stellar Games.

by Lester W. & Jennifer A. Smith TBD
Space: 1889
Dwellers in the Dark

The PCs make an unexpected discovery on the frozen dark side of Mercury in this chilling adventure.

by James L Cambias TBD
Star Trek RPG
Ferengi

Greedy, profiteering, cunning—the Ferengi have appeared as a powerful new player in the never-ending game of galactic coexistence.

by James P. Gee TBD
Tales from the Floating Vagabond
The Night was Fluffy

A totally off-the-wall adventure for a new comedy game by The Avalon Hill Game Company.

by Nick Atlas TBD
Twilight: 2000
Going on Safari

It sounded simple enough. All we had to do was go into British Columbia to look for some elephants. How hard could a couple of pachyderms be to find anyway? You just look for walking gray houses, right? Yeah, right!

by Legion G. McRae & Michelle Sturgeon TBD

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JTAS / Challenge Issues[edit]

This is an overview of the JTAS / Challenge Magazine (periodical) run:

Journal of the Travellers Aid Society - Challenge Magazine JTASBFF-200.jpg
CT / JTAS / GDW Periodicals: (1979 to 1985)

Issue 1 - Issue 2 - Issue 3 - Issue 4 - Best 1 to 4 - Issue 5 - Issue 6 - Issue 7 - Issue 8 - Best 5 to 8 - Issue 9 - Issue 10 - Issue 11 - Issue 12 - Best 9 to 12 - JTAS 1-12 - Issue 13 - Issue 14 - Issue 15 - Issue 16 - Best 13 to 16 - Issue 17 - Issue 18 - Issue 19 - Issue 20 - Issue 21 - Issue 22 - Issue 23 - Issue 24 - JTAS 13-24
MT / Challenge / GDW Periodicals (1986 to 1988):
Issue 25 - Issue 26 - Issue 27 - Issue 28 - Issue 29 - Issue 30 - Issue 31 - Issue 32 - Issue 33 - JTAS 25-33
MT / Expanded Challenge / GDW Periodicals (1988 to 1993):
Issue 34 - Issue 35 - Issue 36 - Issue 37 - Issue 38 - Issue 39 - Issue 40 - Issue 41 - Issue 42 - Issue 43 - Issue 44 - Issue 45 - Issue 46 - Issue 47 - Issue 48 - Issue 49 - Issue 50 - Issue 51 - Issue 52 - Issue 53 - Issue 54 - Issue 55 - Issue 56 - Issue 57 - Issue 58 - Issue 59 - Issue 60 - Issue 61 - Issue 62 - Issue 63 - Issue 64 - Issue 65 - Issue 66 - Issue 67 - Issue 68 - Issue 69 - Issue 70
TNE / Expanded Challenge / GDW Periodicals (1993 to 1995):
Issue 71 - Issue 72 - Issue 73 - Issue 74 - Issue 75 - Issue 76 - Issue 77 - Challenge 25-77
T4 / JTAS / Imperium Games Periodicals (1996 to 1997):
Issue 25 / 78 - Issue 26 / 79
Trav / JTAS-Challenge / FFE Compilations (2002 to 2017):
JTAS 1-12 - JTAS 13-24 - JTAS 25-33 - Challenge 25-77


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