My favorite issue of Nod so far. A touch over one hundred pages of hex crawling action. There's a very playable setting in this one issue of Nod, even if you don't own any of the other issues. Ancient Greece inspired setting with a lot of encounters to play around with. There's always a little whimsy in Nod, but it never distracts from the good. Lots of encounters with Giants, Mountain Spirits and their Oread children. A war brewing in the background with lots of chances to make allies. I almost wish this was a sandbox video game, like Red Dead or Skyrim or Fallout. A story happening that you can dip in and out of; random things going on that have nothing to do with the "meta plot" but that are fun and exciting. This is the latest issue of Nod, and it's already over a year old. If you're reading this Mr. Stater, I'm greatly looking forward to your next issue, but as I have many back issues to buy I have plenty to hold me over until it's released.
Other articles include a small bestiary and a new class for Blood & Treasure, write ups for some golden age second run superheros and their rogues gallery for Myster Men!, and helpful advice on how to be a demigod in your old school fantasy game.