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Worlds Without Master Issues 1 to 11

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The first 11 issues of Worlds Without Master.

11 PDFs including:

  • “In Ssef Seat: the Cannibal Queen,” a tale of dark debauchery from D. Vincent Baker and the debut adventure of the scofflaw Jakko Orange;
  • "Strange Bireme," a tale of fishermen and stars featuring Manyara & Snorri written by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Enter the Avenger, a roleplaying game of swords, sorcery, and the troubling insecurities of vengeance by Rafu (Raffaele Manzo);
  • Illustrations from Ed Heil, Storn Cook, and Tazio Bettin;
  • "Oh, the Beating Drum!" a sword & sorcery comic from Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • A miscellany of wondrous sights;
  • "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;
  • A miscellany of ill omens;
  • "A Slaying in Smoke," a story about cults and fashion, by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • "In Taruve: the Merchant Train" another tale of Jakko Orange and his "niece" Tam-tam by D. Vincent Baker;
  • Illustrations by Steven Austin, Jeremy Duncan, Ed Heil, Storn Cook, and Chris L. Kimball;
  • More "Oh, the Beating Drum!" from Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • Swords Without Master. a sword & sorcery roleplaying game by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • "Two Swords of Mars,” a tale of swashbuckling upon the red planet, by Rose Bailey;
  • The Prize of Banteteth,” another Snorri & Manyara tale by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Gary McCluskey and Jon Taylor;
  • More “Oh, the Beating Drum!” from Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • "New Places, Meet Interesting People & Visit Retribution Upon Them,” a supplement to Enter the Avenger (found in issue 1) by Rafu;
  • A miscellany of dangerous roads to follow;
  • A full-color cover art by Rachel Kahn;
  • "The Trial of the Crimson Ribbon," a tale of insufferable and indomitable curses by Jason Keeley;
  • "Day of the Coward," a tale of survival in an altered state of consciousness by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Russell Ashley, Juan Ochoa, and Manuela Soriani;
  • The continuing adventures of adventurers in the latest installment of "Oh, the Beating Drum!" by Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • Sorceress Bloody Sorceress, a game of intrigue, murder and, of course, sorcery by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • A miscellany of repasts nourishing and nefarious;
  • "From Salted Earth," a tale of necromancy and redemption by Evan Dicken;
  • "The Pebble Ballad," an epistolary tale of century-spanning sorcery by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Delfino Falciani, Ed Heil, and Eric Quigley;
  • Yet another episode of "Oh, the Beating Drum!" a comic by Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • A Scoundrel in the Deep, a game of darkness and fire by Renato Ramonda and Flavio Mortarino;
  • A miscellany of experiences unseen;
  • A full-color cover art by Jeff Brown;
  • "Three Came Upon a Fire," a tale of fire, storm, and other tales by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • "The Spider & the Forest Apes," a tale of with a monstrous protagonist by Dylan Craine;
  • Illustrations by Gennifer Bone, Chris L. Kimball, and Juan Ochoa;
  • For the first time among these pages, Barbarian Lord, a comic by Matt Smith;
  • Invisible Empire, a game of wondrous and horrifying geography by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • A miscellany of ill-fates;
  • A full-color cover art by Evan Rowland;
  • "In Pankech: the Ghost's Chambers," another Jakko Orange and Tam-tam adventure by Vincent Baker;
  • "In Search of a Slaying," a tale of patience and hunger by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Nate Marcel, Patricia Smith, and Jabari Weathers;
  • Another installment of Bryant Paul Johnson's comic Oh, the Beating Drum!
  • No Longer With Us, a game about what happens when adventures gather to lay a companion to rest by Dymphna Coy and Josh T. Jordan;
  • A miscellany of treasures bizarre and rare;
  • A full-color cover art by Gennifer Bone;
  • "Nine Years of Mourning," a tale of a vengeance that crosses the world by P.H. Lee;
  • "High Upon the Table of the World," the tale of a doomed hunt by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Jeff Brown, Maegan Cook, Andrew DeFelice, Delfino Falciani, Tina X Filic, Ed Heil, Jenna Kass, Chris L. Kimball, Dagmara Matuszak, Lorenzo Palermo, Eric Quigley, Andrea Scott, Kim Sokol, and Jabari Weathers;
  • The very first installment of Rachel Kahn's brand new comic Wolf Neighbours;
  • Masks of the Mummy Kings, a game tomb robbery and hidden identity by Nathan D. Paoletta;
  • A miscellany of final resting places;
  • A full-color cover art by Nate Marcel;
  • "Because I Clasp the Clouds As Mine," a tale of a shifting identity by Osmond Arnesto;
  • "The Hoard of Yengra," a tale of commerce and justice by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Illustrations by Wendy Martin, Vlada Monakhova, and Tiffany Turrill;
  • Another installment of Bryant Paul Johnson's comic Oh, the Beating Drum!
  • The Dread Geas of Duke Vulku, a game of horror and wonder based on the game Dread by the original author, Epidiah Ravachol;
  • A miscellany of delays and distractions for any journey;
  • A full-color cover art by Jabari Weathers;
  • "The Shape of the World," a tale of sorcerous rivalry, ancient love and death by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • "The Spirits of the Forest Apes," another monstrous tale of Kassmamon the Ranger by Dylan Craine;
  • Illustrations by Dagmara Matuszak, Tina X Filic and Jabari Weathers;
  • The next installment of Rachel Kahn's comic about a community besieged by Wolf Neighbours;
  • Amazons, a game of adventure and devotion by Vincent Baker;
  • A miscellany of far off sights and portents;
  • And full-color cover art by Tawny Fritzinger.

That’s all.

Includes the following items:

A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.
A PDF magazine of sword & sorcery tales, games, and comics.