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Message no. 1
From: Bryan Prince <WALAB@******.HH.VANDERBILT.EDU>
Subject: Re: NON-FASA Supplements
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 1994 14:17:50 -0600
on 23 APR 1994, Robert A. Hayden <hayden@*******>
asks about non-FASA supplements For SR.

Have you heard about these?
Gurps: High Tech, Martial Arts, Espionage, Ultra Tech (<= TL9)
Traveller 2010 (I think this is a seperate game from MegaTraveller)
Cyber Hero
TS/SI Commando supplement (highly recommended)
Phoenix command weapons supplements
non role playing

US Calvary Catalog (neat gadgets, weapons, ect)
Message no. 2
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: Re: NON-FASA Supplements
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 1994 00:16:17 -0500
On Mon, 25 Apr 1994, Bryan Prince wrote:

> US Calvary Catalog (neat gadgets, weapons, ect)

ARGH! \'kalv-(*-)re-\ n [Calvary, the hill near Jerusalem where Jesus
was crucified] 1: an open-air representation of the crucifixion of Christ
2: an experience of intense usu. mental suffering 3: previdence in
Canada \'kav-*l-re-\ \-m*n,\ n [It cavalleria cavalry, chivalry,
fr. cavaliere] 1: HORSEMEN 2: an army component mounted on horseback or
moving in motor vehicles and assigned to combat missions that require great
mobility - n

I know spelling flames are lame, but this isn't a spelling flame. This
is a whole meaning flame. (Sorry, it irks me when they are mixed up)

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