Monday, October 15, 2018

D.A.M.N. Spring/Summer 2018 is released!

Greetings,

If you've been following the Kickstarter over here:

you know that we have delivered (finally) the physical books to backers. And now the book is released into the wild!

There are two versions of the book -- the contents are *exactly* the same -- but the covers are different. We were lucky enough to get both David Fisher and Stefan Poag to do covers for this issue.

You can find the Fisher cover here:

And the Poag cover here:

This issue of D.A.M.N. Magazine features the following DCC RPG goodness:

  • The Balmorphos Dungeon: The Demon Snake of Balmorphos: First part of a multi-part mega-dungeon by Daniel Bishop! 
  • Portal to the Plane of Probability: First published adventure by Cory Gahsman!
  • Cannibal Tiger-Women of Tsaru: The spiritual successor to the God-Seed Awakens! by Paul Wolfe. Why am I using so many exclamation points?!
  • Badass gaming articles by Eric Hoffman, Lee Murphy, Ari-Matti Piippo, and Daniel Vance. 
  • The very first DCC RPG comic, The DAMNed, by Jason Sholtis! 
  • Artist Spotlight: Feliks RK Pyron
  • Third Party Spotlight: Thick Skull Adventures and Divinities and Cults by Dan Osarchuk! 
  • And all the regular features. 
You can pick up this issue of D.A.M.N. Magazine over at your favorite OBS site: 

















And as always, let us know what you think! 

8 comments:

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Robert Flipse said...

My 2018 PDF states

This issue is supported by a web enhancement,
available for free in PDF form at the Mystic Bull
Games website: www.mysticbull.com.
There you’ll find some content that fell out of this
issue, including Halfmen of Hirsute Hollow, an
adventure by Jason Hobbs and illustrated by
Craig Brasco.

I don't see it.
thanks
rcf

Annet McFinny said...
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Paul Wolfe said...

@Robert: I'm way behind on getting this finished and posted. Should be soon.

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