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Hearts in Glorantha Issue 2 now available
Issue 2 of Hearts in Glorantha is now available from the D101 Games’ Storefront at Lulu.com. It comes in two varieties: Print at £6 +p&p or ebook PDF for £3.
Issue 2 weighs in at a full 80 pages of Gloranthan goodness, for both RuneQuest and HeroQuest, here’s the full contents
- Yushargos a Darjiini City by Mark Galeotti.
- Itunkala’s Trade a Bison Rider song by John Harding
- Lanbril the Survivor by Stephen McGinness, a variant version of this Thieves god based in the Big Rubble.
- Singing the Songs of Rebellion by Mark Galeotti, Darjiini Herobands and Fiction.
- Dundealos by Jeff Richard, one of the Tribes of Sartar detailed.
- “When the snow lay round about…” a seasonal Kallyr story by Jane Williams
- Improvising with an Affinity a short piece of game fiction by Greg Stafford which shows how Theist/Divine magicworks.
- Happiness is Dragonewt Shaped by John Ossoway, a RuneQuest 3 adventure (with HeroQuest stats)
- ElfPak Designer Notes by Shannon Appelcine
- From the Bestiary of Ashkoran the Tamer by John Harding,
- A rough guide to Deeper by Nick Davison, a Merman city revealed.
- Why is the Ocean foggy? by Nick Davison, a mini myth.
- Saint Magrat Holy Mother of the Harpies by David Lloyd, a terrifying new Sorcery cult.
- The Harpies of Iceclaw Mountain by David Lloyd, an encounter with the worshippers of the above.
- Good King Thunder by Stewart Stansfield & Keith Nellist, part two of Stu’s Duck Queens and Kings list.
Submissions now being accepted for Issue 3, deadline 1st April, which will be out early June. Read our Submission Guidelines