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Tacky – Lu Henry’s Diplomacy and variant zine

 Plus games like Wooden Ships and Iron Men and other multiplayer games Tacky #16  Tacky #35  Tacky #36  Tacky #37     

The Tactful Assassin – Eric C. Young’s Canadian Diplomacy zine

The Tactful Assassin Vol 3 #24                                                                                     The Tactful Assassin Vol 4 #27     The Tactful Assassin Vol 5 #39                                                                                     The Tactful Assassin Vol 6 #47    The Tactful Assassin Vol 6 #48                                                                                     The Tactful Assassin Vol 6 #49   The Tactful Assassin Vol 7 #56     

Talabwo – A variant zine by Conrad von Metzke. 

It was not meant to carry games, but discuss variants.  It turned intomostly discussions of hobby policis, the Miller Numbers and MNC Robert Sacks.  Conrad decided to fold the zine at Issue 6. Talabwo #1  Talabwo #2  Talabwo #3   Talabwo #4  Talabwo #5  Talabwo #6     

Tales of the Barad-Dûrchester

Rod Walker created this zine just to publicize the problems he felt were of importance with John J. Beshara, “the hobby’s most repulsive spoil-sport.” Tales of the Barad-Dûrchester #1     

The Tangled Web We Weave

Sort of a newcomer’s guide to Diplomacy and the hobby, produced by the UK branch of the Intl. Diplomacy Association.  Similar to the U.S. “Diplomacy Handbook” The Tangled Web We Weave 1st Edition      

Tau Ceti Phoenix / Apocrypha – Larry Dunning produced this Austrian zine

Which was really two zines in one, stuffed with letters, books reviews, comics, and Diplomacy Tau Ceti Phoenix / Apocrypha      

Terminus Project – Walt Buchanan’s massive attempt at listing all the Diplomacy gamestarts

Which started before 1970, and therefore where end-games may not have been collected. I believe almost all the games have Board,an numbers. Terminus Project   

Ter-ran – Steve Heinowski’s long-running Dipzine

Some bleed-through, and a missing page here or there (or mis-numbered page). Ter-ran #41                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #42  Ter-ran #43                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #44     Ter-ran #45                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #46   Ter-ran #49                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #51  Ter-ran #52                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #53     Ter-ran #91                                                                                                                                       Ter-ran #94  Ter-ran #96   

TEST – Richard Hull’s somewhat confusing Diplomacy zine

TEST #7  TEST #8    

Tetracuspid – Richard Kovilcik, Jr. published this Dipzine.

Carried articles as well from time to time. Tetracuspid #8      Tetracuspid #9                                                                         Tetracuspid #10    Tetracuspid #11   Tetracuspid #12    Tetracuspid #13                                                                       Tetracuspid #14    Tetracuspid #15   Tetracuspid #16    Tetracuspid #17                                                                       Tetracuspid #18    Tetracuspid #19    Tetracuspid #20    Tetracuspid #22                                                                       Tetracuspid #23    Tetracuspid #24    Tetracuspid #25    Tetracuspid #26                                                                       Tetracuspid #27    Tetracuspid #28    Tetracuspid #29    Tetracuspid #30                                                                       Tetracuspid #31    Tetracuspid #32    Tetracuspid #33    Tetracuspid #34                                                                       Tetracuspid #35    Tetracuspid #36  Tetracuspid #37    Tetracuspid #38                                                                       Tetracuspid #39    Tetracuspid #40   Tetracuspid #41    Tetracuspid #42                                                                       Tetracuspid #43    Tetracuspid #44   

Thangorodrim – A variant zine by by Bill McDuffie for the National Fantasy Fan Association

Thangorodrim Vol 1, #00                                                                                                  Thangorodrim Vol 1, #0   Thangorodrim Vol 1, #1                                                                                                    Thangorodrim Vol 1, #2  Thangorodrim Vol 1, #4                                                                                                    Thangorodrim Vol 1, #5  Thangorodrim Vol 1, #6                                                                                                    Thangorodrim Vol 1, #7  Thangorodrim Vol 1, #8                                                                                                    Thangorodrim Vol 1, #9    

Thermopolae – Payton Turpin published this variant zine

 Which started with a game of Imperialism IX-R Thermopolae #2  Thermopolae #5   Thermopolae #6   

This is Not a Council Courier – Rod Walker’s zine for IDA/NA council stuff

This is Not a Council Courier #6      

Thulcandra – A game flyer for a MENSA game GM’d by Terry Kuch

Thulcandra #1   

Thulrandra – A game flyer which Pete Gaughan produced

Thulrandra #1  Thulrandra #2   

The Tinamou – Bob Brown’s UK zine, with Diplomacy, En Garde,

And plenty of other multi-player games. The Tinamou #46                                                                                                                   The Tinamou #47   The Tinamou #48                                                                                                                   The Tinamou #49  The Tinamou #50                                                                                                                   The Tinamou #51  The Tinamou #52.5                                                                                                                The Tinamou #53     The Tinamou #54                                                                                                                   The Tinamou #55     The Tinamou #56                                                                                                                   The Tinamou #57     The Tinamou #58   

Trantor – John Smythe’s very early Dipzine

After #23, merged with Massif.  Then went alone again later. Trantor #2                                                                                                                                     Trantor #4  Trantor #5                                                                                                                                     Trantor #6  Trantor #7                                                                                                                                     Trantor #8  Trantor #9                                                                                                                                     Trantor #10  Trantor #11                                                                                                                                   Trantor #12  Trantor #13                                                                                                                                   Trantor #14  Trantor #15                                                                                                                                   Trantor #16  Trantor #17                                                                                                                                   Trantor #18  Trantor #19                                                                                                                                   Trantor #20  Trantor #21                                                                                                                                   Trantor #22  Trantor #23                                                                                                                                   Trantor #30    Trantor #65   

T.S. – Monroe E. Jeffrey and pals created this little Dipzine.

The first issue was called Fidegly, but was renamed starting with #2. Scan quality ranges from nearly invisible to overly gark, but the surviving copies are in rather poor shape.  T.S. stands for Tough Sh*t. T.S. #1 (titled Fidegly)  T.S. #2      T.S. #3  T.S. #4     T.S. #5  T.S. #6   

The Two Faces of Tomorrow – Mark S. Kellers zine on the use of compueters in Diplomacy

The Two Faces of Tomorrow #1  The Two Faces of Tomorrow #2  Return to the Postal Diplomacy Zine Archive