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[magazine] Sword & Sorcery Insider

Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 12:03 pm
by Big Mac
I just saw something on RPG Geek that suggested that several issues of a magazine called Sword & Sorcery Insider have World of Warcraft content:
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 2.3 - Summer 2004) - 13 Warcraft
    Ready for Action?
    Developer Mike Johnstone puts you in the thick of it with Lands of Conflict! If you’ve been wondering what’s happening back in Azeroth, Khaz Modan, and Lordaeron, now’s your chance to find out!
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 2.4 - Fall 2004) - 10 Warcraft®
    To Eternity and Beyond
    Developer Mike Johnstone shows us the divine and the eternal in
    Shadows & Light, the latest Warcraft RPG supplement. Mike’s house has many mansions indeed…
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 3.1 - Winter 2005) - 8 Warcraft RPG
    100% Pure Warcraft
    World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game releases in April, but we can’t wait! Developer Mike Johnstone offers a preview of the secrets the new rulebook will contain. A hint: no PHB required!
    10 Spotlight On… Warcraft RPG race: Night elves
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 3.2 - Spring 2005) - 4
    Holy MIght and Unholy Power - The \'\'World of Warcraft RPG\'\' launches in April and we show you the full details of the Paladin class and the Forsaken Undead race. Self-righteous and creepy...neat.
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 3.3 - Summer 2005) - 7 World of Warcraft
    New Gears
    Luke Johnson digs into the World of Warcraft® Roleplaying Game for a shocking tech sneak-peek.
    8 Necromancer Games
    Power and Where to Use It
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 3.4 - Fall 2005) - 6 World of Warcraft®
    More Magic, More Mayhem in the Warcraft World
    Luke Johnson digs a bit into More Magic & Mayhem and reveals his design strategy.
  • Sword & Sorcery Insider (Volume 4.1 - Winter 2006) - 6 World of Warcraft
    Dig into the Alliance
    Luke Johnson pontificates on the Alliance Player's Guide and previews the Wildhammer Dwarf race.
It looks (from the RPG Geek descriptions) that some of them are previews and others are some sort of behind-the-scenes information. Has anyone read these? Do you know if there is anything similar to a Web Enhancement in there?