Western dragon

Western Dragons
List of Shadowrun articles from gaming magazines. (work in progress)

The list is ordered by the date the issues were published to provide some correlation between the articles and the games timeline.

==='''White Wolf''' (1989–1994)===
''http//rpg.geekdo.com/rpg/2075/white-wolf-magazine White Wolf'' included SR articles in a number of issues, including a series on New Orleans (issues 31–35).

  1. (Aug. 1989) Review ''Shadowrun''
  2. (Nov/Dec 1989) ''To Kill a Dead Man'' – adventure by Stephan Wieck{{sup}}
  3. (~June 1990) ''New Shadowrun Player Archetypes'' – by Stephan Wieck{{sup}}
  4. (Aug. 1990) Review ''Paranormal Animals of North America''
  5. (Oct. 1990) ''Shadowrun Novice Archetypes'' – by Lance Webber{{sup}}
  6. (Dec. 1990) ''Rat's Den'' – adventure by Stephan Wieck
  7. (April 1991) ''Physical Adepts'' – groups & archetypes by Charles Peirce{{sup}}
  8. (Feb. 1992) ''New Shamanic Totems'' – rules by Berin Kinsman{{sup}}
  9. (May 1992) ''Shadows Across the Big Easy'' – New Orleans by C. R. Shaver and Jason Rush{{sup}}
  10. (July 1992) ''Natives of the Big Easy'' – New Orleans by Shaver and Rush{{sup}}
  11. (~fall 1992) ''Party Crashers'' – New Orleans adventure by Shaver and Rush{{sup}}
  12. (Jan. 1993) ''Magic over Bourbon Street'' – New Orleans voodoo by Shaver and Rush{{sup}}
  13. (Mar. 1993) ''The Darkest Shadow'' – New Orleans adventure by Shaver and Rush{{sup}}
  14. (June 1993) ''A Guide to Enchanted Objects'' – rules by Clint Black{{sup}}
  15. (~Oct. 1993) ''The Scope of Magic'' (new PhysAd powers) – rules by Herbert L. Helzer II & David Perry{{sup}}
  16. (May 1994) ''Nova Gaia'' – official Denver extra by William Lenox{{sup}}
  17. (June 1994) Review ''Denver''
==='''Challenge''' (1990–1995)=== http//rpg.geekdo.com/rpg/1933/challenge-magazine ''Challenge'' began with (final issue).
  1. (1990) ''Squeeze Play'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
    ''Shadow Tiger'' – adventure by Lester W. Smith
  2. (1990) ''Donut Run'' – adventure by Lester W. Smith
    ''New on the Street'' – equipment by Brett A. Foland & Lester W. Smith
  3. (1990) ''Quicksilver Sayonara'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
    ''The Quick and the Undead'' – group by Lester W. Smith
  4. (1990) ''Digital Grace'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
  5. (1991) ''In the Name of Finland'' – adventure by Mark Galeotti
  6. (1991) — No Shadowrun content
  7. (1991) ''Numberunner'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
  8. (1991) ''Damsel in Distress'' – adventure by James L. Cambias
  9. (1991) — No Shadowrun content
  10. (1991) ''Maiden Run'' – adventure by Craig Sheeley
  11. (1991) ''A Dark and Cyber Night'' – background by Eric W. Haddock
  12. (1991) ''Nature Spirits'' – rules by Mark L. Chaffe
  13. (1991) ''Fast Cash'' – adventure by Michael S. Bunch
  14. (1992) ''An Arm and a Leg'' – rules by Dan Sniffin
  15. (1992) ''Streets on Fire'' – rules by Thomas M. Kane
  16. (59½, 1992) ''Law Enforcers'' – archetypes by Jeffrey L. Groteboer
  17. (1992) ''Vampires!'' – by Jeffrey Groteboer
  18. (1992) ''Machines in the Shadows'' – rules by Dan Snuffin
  19. (1992) ''Fair Game'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
  20. (1992) ''Fair Game²'' – fiction by Michael Stackpole
  21. (1992) ''Live Bait'' – adventure by Craig Sheeley
  22. (1992) ''Freshly Kilt'' – adventure by Christopher L. Wolf
  23. (1992) ''Short Takes'' – adventure by Richard G. Molpus
  24. (1993) ''Mega-Magicians'' – rules by David Perry
  25. (1993) ''Zoned Out'' – adventure by Christopher E. Wolf
    ''New Shamanic Totems'' – rules by Andrew J. Lucas
  26. (1993) ''Who's on First?'' – adventure by James L. Cambias
  27. (1993) ''Secret Agent'' – archetype & rules by James L. Cambias
    ''Assassin Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  28. (1993) ''Half the Attitude'' – halfling race rules by Michael O'Brien
    ''Thief Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  29. (1994) ''Prey for Death'' – adventure by David Perry
    ''Physical Adept Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  30. (1994) ''Vampire Hunter Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  31. (1994) ''The Deep Blue Seize'' – adventure by David Perry
    ''Spy Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  32. (1994) — No Shadowrun content
  33. (1995) ''Long Arm of the Sprawl'' – adventure by Christopher E. Wolf
    ''Magical Thief Archetype'' – rules by David Perry
  34. (1995) ''New York City Subways, 2054'' – cover & campaign by Mark P. Gutis
  35. (unpublished) ''Tir Tairngire'' – by Christopher E. Wolf
==='''''KA·GE''''' (1991–1994)=== Issues 0–12 of a Shadowrun dedicated magazine.{{sup}} ==='''Australian Realms''' (1992–96)=== http//rpg.geekdo.com/rpg/4102/australian-realms-magazine ''Australian Realms'' published a serialized sourcebook, and related articles in later issues.
  1. (Jul/Aug 1992) ''Shadowrun in Australia I''
  2. (Sep/Oct 1992) ''Shadowrun in Australia II''
  3. (Nov/Dec 1992) ''Shadowrun in Australia III'' Japanese Troops in Adelaide!
  4. (Jan/Feb 1993) ''Shadowrun in Australia IV'' Demographics
  5. (Mar/Apr 1993) ''Hitting the Hardcore'' Shadowrun Info Overload
  6. (May/Jun 1993) ''Shadowrun in Australia V'' Mare About Marega
  7. (Jul/Aug 1993) (article title unknown)
  8. (Sep/Oct 1993) Announced that FASA signed Colin Taber to write the "Australian Sourcebook"
  9. (Nov/Dec 1993) ''The Red Line of Reality'' Common sense security
  10. (Jan/Feb 1994) (article title unknown)
  11. (May/Jun 1994) ''Running the Edge'' Merits and Flaws
  12. (Jul/Aug 1994) ''Threat Ratings'' New ideas
  13. (Sep/Oct 1994) ''Shadowrun Australia'' Update on the Shadowrun Sourcebook
  14. (Nov/Dec 1994) ''Shadowrun Australia'' Adventure Hooks for 'runners 'downunder' in 2055 AD
  15. (Jan/Feb 1995) ''The Twoclub'' Adventure Hooks for Cyberpunk & Shadowrun
  16. (Dec/Jan '95/96) ''Getting the most out of your Metahuman'' Character creation hints and tips
  17. (Feb/Mar 1996) ''The United Catholic Church'' source material
  18. (May/Jun 1996) ''The Templars'' source material for the church
==='''Vision''' (1992)===
  1. (Sept. 1992) ''Tales from the Light Fantastic'' –short story, nightclub location, & NPC staff by Craig Nelson
==='''Dragon''' (1993–1994)=== {!Issue !Date !Article !Type !Author //ancientfiles.dumpshock.com/Dunkie.doc Dunkelzahn The Mass-Media Dragon , Tom ' for work, chummer? . Detwiler |} ==='''Polyhedron''' (1993–2000)=== Published by TSR’s RPGA.
  1. (Aug. 1992) Cyberware design contest rules
  2. (Aug. 1993) Gear "Vidgam Deck" & "Distance Deck" by Brett Bakke
  3. (Oct. 1994) ''Shadowrun Archetypes'' by Tom Dowd
  4. (May 1995) ''Virtual Seattle'' by Ron & Margaret Heintz
  5. (Oct. 1995) ''Virtuosity'' (VS guidelines) by Ron Heintz
  6. (June 1997) Election of 2056 by Stephen Kenson & Mike Mulvihill
    ''The Florida Key'' (adventure) by Jim Lockhart
  7. (Feb. 1998) ''Virtual Seattle'' Update by Wes Nicholson
  8. (April 1998) ''Running in the Jungle'' by Gregory W. Detwiler
  9. (Oct. 1998) ''Virtual Seattle Screamsheat'' by Wes Nicholson
  10. (Dec. 1998) ''Tassinger’s Restaurant'' by Gregory W. Detwiler
  11. (April 1999) ''Shamanic Weaknesses'' by Greg Detwiler
  12. (July 1999) Gear "Gauss Grenade" by Paul Gosselin
  13. (June 2000) Gear "Makah Whaling Spear" by Mark Somers
  14. (Oct. 2000) Virtual Seattle Prime Runner Update
  15. (July 2001) ''Talking the Tree Tongue'' (Ogham & related spell) by Lance Hawvermale{{sup}}
==='''''Shadowland''''' (1995–1997)=== Issues 1–7 of a Shadowrun dedicated magazine.{{sup}} ==='''Adventures Unlimited''' (1995)=== Six issues were published by Bootstrap Press Inc. (http//www.erzo.org/shannon/gaming/indices/adventures-unl.txt index) (Spring 1995) ''Denver Double Cross'' – adventure by Nigel Findley{{sup}} (Summer 1995) — No Shadowrun content (Fall 1995) ''Moon Shadows'' – Aztlan adventure by John Fletcher{{sup}} (Winter 1995) ''Road Warriors'' – adventure by Lisa Smedman (Spring 1996) ''Out for Blood'' – adventure by Stephen Kenson (Summer 1996) — No Shadowrun content ==='''Pyramid''' (1996–1998)=== http//www.sjgames.com/pyramid/ ''Pyramid'' included SR articles in Volume 1, Issues 19, 20, 24 and 30.{{sup}}
  1. (May/Jun 1996) ''Lycanthropes in Shadowrun'' – arctype by Steve Kenson
  2. (Jul/Aug 1996) ''Primal Power New Idols'' – rules by Steve Kenson
  3. (Mar/Apr 1997) ''Sudden Death'' – rules & arctype by Stephen Wilcoxon & Patric Rogers
  4. (Jan/Feb 1998) Review ''Rigger 2''
  5. (Mar/Apr 1998) ''Survival of the Fittest'' – wilderness adventure by Steve Kenson
==='''Games Unplugged''' (2002–2003)=== Published by FFE, who also distributed SR from May 2002 to circa 2004.
  1. () First FFE issue
  2. (June 2002) Review ''Target Wastelands''
  3. (Oct 2002) Review ''Shadows of North America''{{sup}}
  4. (Nov 2002) — No Shadowrun content{{sup}}
  5. (Feb. 2003) — No Shadowrun content{{sup}}
  6. (Mar. 2003) Reviews ''State of the Art 2063'' and ''Wake of the Comet''{{sup}}
  7. (Apr. 2003) ?
  8. (May 2003) ''The State of Shadowrun'' and ''Perianwyr'' (excerpt from ''Dragons of the Sixth World''){{sup}}
  9. (June 2003) ''Road Rage New Vehicles'' (from ''http//www.shadowhelix.de/Rigger_3.01D_(Quelle,_deutsch) Rigger 3.01D'' by Ullrich & Wesslowsky, translated by Jon Szeto){{sup}}
  10. (July 2003) ''The Scoop'' by Zoe (Exploring the Shadows with the Media){{sup}}
  11. – 34. ?
==Other== * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2416/ arcane''''' (UK) 20 issues published (many had reviews) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4965/ Black Mole''''' (UK fanzine) (1991) ''The Angel'' (new race) by Adrian Jackson * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/14723/ Critical Miss'''''
(Summer 1999) ''http//www.criticalmiss.com/issue3/cyberware1.html Cyberwear For A Leisure Age''
(Summer 2001) ''http//www.criticalmiss.com/issue6/cyberware1.html More Cyberware For A Leisure Age
''http//www.criticalmiss.com/issue6/bigboots1.html Too Big For Them Thar Boots'' (fiction) by Paul Ditta
(Winter 2002) ''http//www.criticalmiss.com/issue7/cyberware1.html Yet More Cyberware For A Leisure Age * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4634/ Cryptych''''' (June 1994) ''Against the Wind'' (scenario) by William Harrison{{sup}} * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4172/ Far & Away''''' (Nov. 1990) ''Ally Spirits'' by Robert Charette and Paul Hume{{sup}} * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/3699/ the Game Oracle''''' (1991) ''Habeas Corpus'' (scenario) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2223/ the Gamer''''' (April 1993) ''Shadowrun II'' (in-depth review) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4048/ Games Review''''' (UK)
Vol. 2, Iss.2 (Nov. 1989) ''Shadowrun'' review (cover article) by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.3 (Dec. 1989) ''Mercurial'' review by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.4 (Jan. 1990) ''DNA/DOA'' review by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.5 (Feb. 1990) ''Dreamchipper'' review by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.6 (Mar. 1990) ''Sprawl Sites'' review (cover article) by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.7 (April 1990) ''Street Samurai Catalog'' review (cover article) by Carl Sargent
Vol. 2, Iss.9 (June 1990) ''Seattle Sourcebook'' review by Carl Sargent * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2390/ GamesMaster International'''''
(Sep. 1990) ''MasterPlay An overview of the dark future of FASA’s Shadowrun''
(Nov. 1990)
(Feb. 1991) ''Downtown Militarized Zone'' review by Bob Nichols
(Aug. 1991) ''Search for the Lost City'' (SR & Call of Cthulhu scenario)
(Sep. 1991) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2076/ Knights of the Dinner Table'''''
(May 2002) ''S.E.L.F. - Sentient Etheric Life Form constructs'' by Jedediah Gofourth
(April 2009) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/3842/ Masters of Role Playing''''' (Jan/Feb 1999) ''Shadowrun in Space''{{sup}} * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/14487/ Neo-Anarchist's Guide to Everything Else''''' First Annual (15 March 1992) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/10527/ Pages of Lore''''' (Sep. 1995) ''Master of the Yakuza'' (personality) by James Mumper * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/9438/ Polyhedron''''' (UK) (Nov. 1998) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2542/ RolePlayer Independent''''' (UK)
Vol.1, Iss.8 (July 1993) ''SRII & Grimoire Errata''
Vol.1, Iss.9 (Aug. 1993) ''Shadowrun Contacts'' by David Perry
Vol.2, Iss.1 (Dec. 1993) ''The Web of Death'' (scenario) by Kevin Anderson * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/7805/ RPG Review''''' (AU e-zine) http//rpgreview.net/files/rpgreview_10.pdf (Dec. 2010) ''Megareview of Cyberpunk RPGs'' by Lev Lafayette & Steven Lindsey * '''''Scrye''''' .4 (Nov. 1997) ''Shadowrun CCG'' interview with Paul Bonner * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1458/ Shadis'''''
(July 1995) ''Chinese Hermetic Magic'' by Kathleen Malone
(Jan. 1997) ''Modern Magic A look at everyday magic'' by Steve Kenson
(Dec. 1997) ''Mud, Sweat, Tears'' (scenario) by Jennifer Brandes & Chris Hepler
(Nov. 1998) ''Paranoia from the Shadows More Lethal Treats'' by Alexander Shearer * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1330/ Space Gamer''''' & '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1332/ Space Gamer/Fantasy Gamer'''''
(Oct. 1989) ''Moving Beyond Archetypes'' by Tom Dowd; ''Doctor X The Man with the Cure'' (scenario) by Tony Herring
(March 1990) ''Advanced Rules for Shadowrun'' by Daniel A. George II * '''''ToyFare''''' (Apr. 2003) ''Shadowrun Duels Will It Change Action Figures Forever?'' * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1460/ Troll''''' (1998) * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1270/ Valkyrie''''' (UK)
Vol.1, Iss.2 (Oct. 1994) ''Street Samurai Shimmy'' (rules) by John Robertson
Vol.1, Iss.5 (Jan. 1995) ''Harlequin’s Back'' (review)
Vol.1, Iss.7 (1995) ''Bug City'' (review)
Vol.1, Iss.8 (1995) ''Divided Assets'' (review)
(2003 PDF) ''The Dragon’s Flames'' (Lofwyr’s Private Elite) by Dave Perry * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/3953/ Vortext''''' (Winter 1992) ''Here Come the Trolls'' (archetypes) by James L. Cambias ===Non-English=== * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/3093/ Anduin''''' (German) 62, 64, 65, 67, 68 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/5238/ Artefakt''''' (German) 18, 23 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2499/ Backstab''''' (French) 5 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4628/ Den Sorte Dværg''''' (Danish) 3 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/1356/ Dragão Brasil''''' (Brazilian) 40 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4384/ Dragón''''' (Spanish) 4, 12, 19 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/5242/ Envoyer''''' (German) 36, 55, 59–61, 63, 64, 66, 68, 70–75, 77–80, 84, 86–88, 95, 98–100, 105, 110–112, 114, 115, 117–119, 123–126, 128, 132 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4005/ Fafner Tidende''''' (Danish) 3 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/5239/ Fantasywelt''''' (German) 30, 31, 34, 35 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4012/ Kaos''''' (Danish) 13 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/4383/ Mephisto''''' (German) 11, 16, 30/31 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/10067/ Rebel Times''''' (Polish) 3 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/9860/ Ringbote''''' (German) 6, 9 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/8171/ RPG Fønix''''' (Danish) 3, 13 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/3840/ Saga''''' (Danish) 7–10, 13, 15–17 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/9758/ Só Aventuras''''' (Brazilian) 4 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/17610/ SpielxPress''''' (Austrian) 16 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/9859/ Trodox''''' (German) 26 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/17086/ Windgeflüster''''' (German) 22, 25, 27, 34, 49 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2267/ Wunderwelten'' (FanPro)''' (German) 5, 8, 9, 10, 12–15, 17, 19, 20, 24–27, 31–34, 36, 37, 39–50 * '''''http//rpggeek.com/rpgperiodical/2268/ ZauberZeit''''' (German) 21, 26, 27, 36