Welcome once again to another issue. An issue that
nearly didn't make it. I was toying with the idea of skipping the month of
February to catch up on an overabundance of work I've pulled atop myself this
month and bring out No. 59 in March, but at the urging of some readers I've
decided to buckle down and deliver it this month. I only have a few days to put
the whole issue together, but I'll survive. I'm best under pressure.
This month I'm proud to bring you my Albinor Chronicles
Chapter 22 entitled "Deadly Alliance." I hope you like it. While most of this
chapter swirls around a highly political theme, it sets the stage for a rough
future in Albinor. Those who would like to actually visit this land via the
road of TSR's Advanced Dungeons and Dragons should contact me and I'll
be happy to set up a game session some time in my overly hectic schedule.
For those who haven't been there yet, I would urge all to
visit Legends Online at the following World Wide Web address:
It may soon be changing addresses as I'm negotiating a long
term service contract with IFU.NET, but everyone will be forewarned before the
switch occurs and the old address will remain active with at the very least a
change of address notification for a couple of months. On the site not only
will be the text of all main articles for that month, you'll see some of the
artwork in full color as well as a section entitled The Best of Legends which
will hold some of the best items I've printed. Also there is The History of
Legends detailing the rises and falls of this magazine over the first five
years of its lifetime. So check it out!
I'm going to have a lot of reprints to run out over the next
few months (maybe some larger issues?), but I'll be sure to throw in some
fantasy related poetry, stories and game playing items. So see you on the back
page and enjoy the issue.
January 28, 1996