If you have a nostalgic love for the gaming magazines of the 80s and 90s, do I have something for you. Art, fiction, essays, and gaming material jammed into each issue.

YGGDRASIL

MGZ

WHAT IS YGGDRASIL MGZ?

Yggdrasil MGZ is quarterly art and gaming magazine. Born from a deep appreciation of Dragon, White Wolf, and White Dwarf magazines, it features stunning art, serial fiction, and loads of gaming material. Print gaming magazines aren’t dead, they have just been sleeping for a while.

Two page spread from issue 2 of Yggdrasil MGZ
Cover of Yggdrasil, Volume 1, Issue 1

Issue One

The inaugural issue of Yggdrasil MGZ. Jammed into it’s 32 pages you will find:

  • Lots of art by me
  • Essays on art and gaming
  • The first installment of a fiction series inspired by the Voyages of the Princess Ark
  • A mini atlas and two page map to explore
  • A new class for the Torchbearer RPG, The Redeemed
  • A new character stock for the Torchbearer RPG
  • A new magic system reflective of the world of Yggdrasil for the Torchbearer RPG
  • New skills for Torchbearer
  • A new monster for Torchbearer

Issue Two

The second issue of Yggdrasil MGZ. Jammed into it’s 36 pages you will find:

  • Lots of art by me
  • Essays on art and gaming
  • The second installment of a fiction series inspired by the Voyages of the Princess Ark
  • A mini atlas and two page map to explore
  • A new class for the Torchbearer RPG, The Warden
  • A new character stock for the Torchbearer RPG
  • The first half of a 15 page comic
  • A new monster for Torchbearer
Cover of Yggdrasil, Volume 1, Issue 2
A question mark in neon

Issue Three

The second issue of Yggdrasil MGZ. Jammed into it’s 36 pages you will find:

  • Lots of art by me
  • Essays on art and gaming
  • The third installment of a fiction series inspired by the Voyages of the Princess Ark
  • The first half of a 15 page comic
  • A new class for the Torchbearer RPG, The Ghost Speaker
  • A lot more ghostly content just in time for the Fall!