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Worlds Without Master, Volume 1, Issue 3
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Worlds Without Master, Volume 1, Issue 3


Issue three of Worlds Without Masteran adventure fiction and gaming ezine featuring sword & sorcery short fiction and games from Epidiah Ravachol and many others.

In this issue:

  • "A Slaying in Smoke," a story of 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 Austion, Jeremy Duncan, Ed Heil, Storn Cook, and Chris L. Kimball.
  • More "Oh, the Beating Drum!" from Bryant Paul Johnson.
  • And Swords Without Master. a sword & sorcery roleplaying game by Epidiah Ravachol.
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    November 20th, 2015
    This is brilliant fiction and brilliant gaming with wonderful illustrations to bring it all to life. It's a steal at $4. [...]
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