7216 New Seattle January 1999 Price: $20.00 Status: Coming Soon
7907 Magic In the Shadows March/April 1999 Price: $20.00 Status: Coming Soon
December Releases New Seattle
January Releases First Run
#7905 - The Shadowrun Companion: Beyond the Shadows - Coming Soon (February 1999) (updated: December 28, 1998) #7216 - New Seattle - In Stock (updated: January 27, 1999)
The following is dated 10/28/98:
Why No Updates? We wish to apologize for the recent delays in updating our web site. We've been experiencing technical difficulties for the past few weeks which have prevented us from updating the site as frequently as we'd like. These problems are being addressed, and you can expect regular updates to this site starting within the next two weeks. We appreciate your patience in this matter.
Ever get mail from this?:
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Here's another favorite (hee hee!):
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HA HA!!! From Morton Weisman in the wake of MS buying FIT (dated January 13, 199 . Yes, the last digit IS missing):
"By being able to now focus our resources on expansion and development for BattleTech®, Shadowrun®, Crimson Skies™ and the soon-to-be-released VOR: The Maelstrom™, we believe FASA’s presence in the market will become stronger than ever."
-XaOs- xaos@*****.net -David Goth-
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