RPG fans did not be told about Star Frontiers, but for those who never wielded dice, Star Frontiers was, in the simplest terms, like Dungeons and Dragons, but in space. To players of it though, it was so much more. It allowed us to engage our fascination with science and fantasize in a world that could one day exist. That is why the game continues to be played today and why fans continue to write about it. No where is that more true then at the magazine, Star Frontiersman. Ben Logan, who runs the site, is trying to lead a larger revival. So if you are curious about the game or just want to reminisce, drop by his site, check out the Magazine, enjoy the digitized works and most importantly, show your support.
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