Take nine fan-favorite GURPS authors. Give them each 10,000 words to write about whatever they want. The result is GURPS All-Star Jam 2004, featuring: Kenneth Hite, writing about ghost hunters; Phil Masters, with a fairytale world of muskets, ghosts, and strange magics; Beth McCoy, channeling Walter Milliken, on a truly dangerous jobMythic Babysitting; David Pulver's far-future space-opera campaign setting; Gene Seabolt, giving us the travails of the last band of Spartan mercenaries, trapped in a decaying Europe; William Stoddard, looking at subterranean settings for all types of roleplaying adventures; Brian Underhill, with a GURPS take on airships; Jonathan Woodward, looking at the science-fictional implications of Precursor races; and Jon Zeigler's "Chariots!"a cinematic look at the age of flashing bronze and larger-than-life heroes. Nine (well, ten) top authors at the top of their gamesGURPS All-Star Jam 2004 has something for everybody!