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From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: INDEX of current (and promised) submissions
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1993 14:59:06 -0500
RACES:
Table: Modifiers for new races
* Race: Minotaur
* Race: Ogre
* Race: Gnome

MAGIC:
Spell: Buzz
Alt. System: Blood Magic
Alt. Rules: Mages and Bioware

MATRIX:
* Program: STRIP
* Program Type: Dependent Programming
* Program Type: Alternate Languages/Compilers/Libraries
* Alt. Rules: Quick Resolution System v. 2.0

CYBER:
Alt. Rules: Name Brand Cyberwear

BIOWARE:

TECH:
Alt. Rules: Multitasking (reprint from NAGEE)
Alt. Rules: Expert Systems

COMMENTARY:






Key=:

* Still needs to be completed


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Random Thought:

Uh-oh. Atarians can't hold a candle to the insecurity of Mac owners. You
rankled Mac owners who feel the need defend yourself, please do so by flaming
in private. And don't start something you can't finish. I'm sure Apple's OS
for the 68000-based Macintoshs will support multitasking just as soon as Jean
Louis-Gasse invents it. In the meantime, do whatever you need to do to make
sure other systems that have advanced the state of personal computers don't
enter your peripheral vision. You'll be a lot happier, we'll be a lot happier.
--Chuck McManis (cmcmanis@***.com)
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