Issue 2 of Worlds Without Master

Worlds Without MasterIt is here! The second issue of Worlds Without Master.

  • “One Winter’s Due,” a story about vengeance, family and crossed oaths, by Epidiah Ravachol.
  • “Historia Imperio–Part 1,” the beginning of the history of Keith Senkowski’s Conspiracy of Shadows world, fiction and cartography by Keith himself.
  • Wolfspell, a roleplaying game about wolves with the human blood in their veins, by Epidiah Ravachol.
  • Illustrations by Rachel Kahn, Delfino Falciani, and Andrew DeFelice.
  • Yet another installment of “Oh, the Beating Drum!” a comic about the everyday life of adventurers by Bryant Paul Johnson.
  • And a miscellany of ill omens.

Buy the Worlds Without MasterVolume 1, Issue 2 PDF from me.

Or get it at DriveThruRPG or DriveThruFiction.

 

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4 comments

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  3. Benjamin Rosenbaum · January 13, 2014

    You need to link from the Patreon page to the relevant blog entry with the TOC. It’s disconcerting to think, “hmm, maybe this is good, I don’t know, I ought to read one before deciding whether I want to sponsor him”, and to be able in principle to buy a back issue, but only by randomly sending money to paypal without knowing what’s in the back issue.

    A little googling eventually turned up this page which at least has a table of contents, but you probably want to be able to get here easier from Patreon.

    • Epidiah · January 13, 2014

      Excellent point. I’ve added the contents of each issue to the Patreon page for now. That should help.

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