I put the finishing touches to the text for issue three of Wormskin yesterday. Here's what we have in store:
- Of Men, Goats, and Fairies in Dolmenwood -- Gavin Norman, Greg Gorgonmilk. An overview of the history of Dolmenwood and the interactions of its various factions over the centuries.
- Languages of Dolmenwood -- Gavin Norman. Details on the most common languages spoken (or written) in the forest.
- The Summer Stones and the Witching Ring -- Gavin Norman. An article describing the unusual, ring-shaped ley line Chell, in the west of the forest. Its origin, powers, and purpose are revealed.
- The Woods East of Lake Longmere -- Gavin Norman, Greg Gorgonmilk. Seven hexes at the heart of the wood.
- The Ruined Abbey of St Clewd, Level One: Surface Ruins -- Gavin Norman, Yves Geens. The first level of a dungeon central to the history of Dolmenwood.
- Monsters of the Wood (gloam, mogglewomp, scrabey, scrycke) -- Gavin Norman, Yves Geens. More woodland beasties.
This issue features some delightful black & white illustrations from Sean Poppe, some B&W and full colour pieces by Andrew Walter, and Greg Gorgonmilk's wonderful graphical work.
It's in layout now. Keep 'em peeled.