From publisher blurb:
The Cursed Issue
If Dice Could Fly – Måns Danneman’s book casts dice in a high wire stunt show
When I got my review copy of Måns Danneman’s Dice: Rendezvous with Randomness, I was skeptical. I wanted more words, more historical lore on the dice I saw. I didn’t get it at first, but I don’t go to a concert to read about the bands. Danneman’s Dice is a collection of performances captured on camera.
Text: Will Hindmarch, Art: Måns Danneman
Bernard the Barbarian at the Opera
A Comic Strip
Text & Art: Åke Rosenius
Bloodthirsty Blades – Graeme Davis on Cursed Weapons
Cursed weapons have been a part of fantasy roleplaying games since the earliest days of Dungeons & Dragons. Mostly, their effects are quite mechanistic and dull: -1 to hit and damage may work well with the game system, but it hardly captures the grand scale of curses found in myth and folklore. Here are some thoughts about a common class of cursed weapon: the bloodthirsty blade.
Text: Graeme Davis, Art: Anders Larsson
The Doom that Came to Meeros – The First in a 3-part Mini Campaign to Mythras
Several months after suffering an earthquake, the city of Meeros has slowly recovered. Its patron god Myceras has been grudgingly placated after the cult heroine Anathaym of the Scarlet Spears, was cleared of betraying the city to an army of minotaurs. Though the man behind the machinations to depose Queen Herathos was crushed to death, the ghost of Misogynistes does not lie quietly in his mausoleum ... nor those who supported him in his attempted coup.
The first of a three part mini-campaign set in the example Sword & Sandals setting provided in the Mythras core rules,
Text: Pete Nash, Art: Dan MacKinnon, Lee Smith & Ronan Salieri