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WHAT'S NEW? Updated Monday, 04-May-2009 18:21:20 EDT

The Complete Canal Priests Of Mars is now available!

The original publication of Canal Priests Of Mars cut slightly over a third of author Marcus L. Rowland's manuscript to fit GDW's adventure format. The Complete Canal Priests Of Mars restores the cut material, features all new artwork by Paul Daly, and adds many useful player handouts. Enjoy the "author's cut" of a classic Space 1889 adventure, or experience it for the first time!

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Transactions Of The Royal Martian Geographical Society

Originally published by Mark Clark in the early 1990s, Transactions Of The Royal Martian Geographical Society collected excellent fan material for Space 1889 and other Victorian Era role playing games. Around the turn of the century Heliograph restarted TRMGS and collected two additional volumes of material under Mark's watchful eye. The first three volmes are available in print, and all four have many articles available online.

The Collected Volumes of TRMGS

You can browse the online archives of TRMGS and check out sample articles from our print versions. See TRMGS Volume One for Issues One through Four, TRMGS Volume Two for Issues Five through Eight, and TRMGS Volume Three, which contains the new material presented on TRMGS Online from 1999. Volume Four contains material from 2000.
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