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This issue of The Hobbit Hole is a huge issue packed full of T&T goodies. REGULAR FEATURES: Of Hairy Feet and Taters... Editorial. T&T ARTICLES: Sorcerer's Apprentice T&T Movie Script:, The Animagus Specialist: The Panther & the Python, Tavern Talk: The Tavern Master's Guide No. 1, A Pilgrimage to the Bear Cave, Part I: An Interview with Bear Peters, T&T in Middle-earth, The History of Trollworld: T&T World Zones, The Pirate: the Rogue of the Sea and The Trollgod's Guide. SOLO / GAMING: Hell Ain't a Nice Place to Be... (A dark and horrific Tunnels & Trolls GM Adventure for characters of levels 4 to 8) and House in the Hills (A Tunnels & Trolls Solo for a warrior of levels 1 or 2 with 10 to 20 adds). FICTION: Meeting with the Editor, The Dead Riders and A Lost Ymir in Khazan. OTHER: Comic: Grumlahk's Troll Tales, Comic: T&T vs. D&D? Do you feel lucky punk? and Manga Comic: Dragonfly in T&T.
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James L. Shipman is the owner of the independent press shop known as Outlaw Press. Operated by a modern-day hobbit (at least he thinks he is), James is often called Shipy-spelled with only one 'p' guys, ok? James lives, and sometimes he even works (between meals and naps), in his house, producing all of these new T&T products (like this magazine). A tiny hobbit house in the side of a hill, turned into a Tunnels & Trolls Museum, and settled in a small but quaint town in the state of Illinois, where everything is always peaceful.
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