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This very special bundle contains our most recent releases at DriveThruFiction, including our "Stories from the Northern Myths" and “True Story of the Obelisk”; our "Founders' Monument" poster; some issues of the “GEBB” science fiction mini-comic; the “Dragon and the Dragoon,” “To The Dragon Apeiron,” and “Sir Orfeo” short stories; and more! 

Founders' Monument Poster
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This beautiful image of a monument in a bustling municipal square was created by fantasy artist Amanda Kahl for the revised, expanded, and updated “Platinum Edition” of Skirmisher Publishing’s popular and bestselling City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities! We have provided it here as a self-standing poster in four versions, a high-resolution JPG and three sizes of PDF (8.5 x 11, 11 x 17, and 24 x 36 inches), making it easy to print out and display or use in a variety of ways. Customers can also use it for any number of non-commercial purposes, to include as an illustration for encounter areas or a hook for adventures or social interactions. ...

GEBB 108 – Dance Mix
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An extraterrestrial presence is real, and the agents of an interplanetary Consortium monitor us from sites hidden throughout the world. All the while they watch humanity strip mine its planet to fuel the growth of populations and economies. If there is a plan to avert environmental and social disaster, the aliens operating out of a subterranean base in Antarctica didn't get the memo. As much as some of them might want to help, the faceless bureaucracy they are part of prevents them from doing so. Rather, they go through the motions of their jobs, which mostly involve abducting people who won’t be missed, subjecting them to probes and other exams, and then eventually returning them to their homes throughout the heartland. GEBB follows the ongoing activities and periodic adventures of...

GEBB 109 – Hello, Goodbye
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An extraterrestrial presence is real, and the agents of an interplanetary Consortium monitor us from sites hidden throughout the world. All the while they watch humanity strip mine its planet to fuel the growth of populations and economies. If there is a plan to avert environmental and social disaster, the aliens operating out of a subterranean base in Antarctica didn't get the memo. As much as some of them might want to help, the faceless bureaucracy they are part of prevents them from doing so. Rather, they go through the motions of their jobs, which mostly involve abducting people who won’t be missed, subjecting them to probes and other exams, and then eventually returning them to their homes throughout the heartland. GEBB follows the ongoing activities and periodic adventures of...

GEBB 110 – Nacho Best Plan
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An extraterrestrial presence is real, and the agents of an interplanetary Consortium monitor us from sites hidden throughout the world. All the while they watch humanity strip mine its planet to fuel the growth of populations and economies.  If there is a plan to avert environmental and social disaster, the aliens operating out of a subterranean base in Antarctica didn't get the memo. As much as some of them might want to help, the faceless bureaucracy they are part of prevents them from doing so. Rather, they go through the motions of their jobs, which mostly involve abducting people who won’t be missed, subjecting them to probes and other exams, and then eventually returning them to their homes throughout the heartland. GEBB follows the ongoing activities and periodic adventures ...

GEBB 111 – To Live a Day in LA
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An extraterrestrial presence is real, and the agents of an interplanetary Consortium monitor us from sites hidden throughout the world. All the while they watch humanity strip mine its planet to fuel the growth of populations and economies.  If there is a plan to avert environmental and social disaster, the aliens operating out of a subterranean base in Antarctica didn't get the memo. As much as some of them might want to help, the faceless bureaucracy they are part of prevents them from doing so. Rather, they go through the motions of their jobs, which mostly involve abducting people who won’t be missed, subjecting them to probes and other exams, and then eventually returning them to their homes throughout the heartland. GEBB follows the ongoing activities and periodic adventures ...

Heroes & Heroines of Kos
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This publication contains detailed biographies and illustrations for eight characters associated with the system-free Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting! They are appear in many of the stories associated with it but can also be readily adapted by storytellers who need background for non-player characters in their own settings and scenarios.  The Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting is a swords-and-sorcery milieu based on a Dark Ages fantasy version of the Mediterranean and the lands surrounding it! It is set a century after a Great Cataclysm destroyed the old world, plunged it into chaos, and reawakened magic and all form of ancient races and monsters. Now, the agents of Gods and Titans struggle against each other on behalf of their masters, nations strive to survive or domina...

Ironclads: The Story of the Merrimac & the Monitor
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When the American Civil War broke out in 1861, it sparked an arms race between the Union and the Confederacy, some of the most dramatic episodes of which involved the development of heavily armed and armored ironclad warships. Two of the first and most famous of such vessels were the USS Monitor and CSS Virginia, which engaged in a brutal hull-to-hull battle off the coast of Virginia in March 1862. This engagement, the Battle of Hampton Roads, became justly famous and formed the basis for much of what would follow in both sea and riverine warfare throughout the rest of the conflict. “Ironclads: The Story of the Merrimac & the Monitor” is a clear, evocative, and enlightening account of this famous naval duel by Adam Badeau, a noted American author, Union Army officer...

Nithernos the Ale'er
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Upholding its reputation as a place where people can find beverages from any known land can sometimes be a challenge for the Four Winds Bar and its proprietor, the retired marine Cratinus. Fortunately for him, however, he has managed to establish a mutually profitable relationship with the man known as Nithernos the Ale’er, whose knowledge of beverages and skill with lockpicks and daggers — and access to a very special enchanted item — make him the ideal supplier. “Nithernos the Ale’er” is a fun, self-standing swords-and-sorcery fantasy short story by author John Giddens that takes place in the Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting, a Dark Ages fantasy milieu set in the Mediterranean and the lands surrounding it. A century after the old world was plunged into ...

Rogue's Nightmare
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After nearly perishing with his companions in the sprawling ruined necropolis in the hills outside of Kos City, wily rogue Paros walked away with the biggest score of his life and was able to set himself up with the alchemy workshop he had always dreamed of. He brought back more than just loot, however, and since then his actual dreams, and increasingly even his waking hours, are haunted by the shade of the beautiful woman he encountered in the subterranean catacombs. Now, he must seek out a means of exorcizing himself of the unquiet spirit before she can further disrupt or even ruin his life. “Rogue’s Nightmare” is a self-standing swords-and-sorcery fantasy short story by author R.M. Aislin that takes place in the Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting, a Dark Ages ...

Sir Orfeo
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When noble ruler and skilled musician Sir Orfeo is deprived of his wife by supernatural forces, he relinquishes leadership of his realm and withdraws to the forest as a hermit in grief. While living in the wilderness and playing his music for wild beasts, however, he learns what befell his wife and ventures into the otherworld in an attempt to rescue her. “Sir Orfeo” is an anonymous Middle English narrative dating from the late 13th or early 14th century that retells the classic ancient story of Orpheus as a king who rescues his wife from the Fairy King. It draws on the original Greek myth and combines it with Celtic mythology and folklore associated with fairies.  This version of the story was adapted by noted Columbia University professor George Philip Krapp and was orig...

Stories from the Northern Myths
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“Stories from the Northern Myths” delves into some of the tales that directly influenced 20th century fantasy literature in general and its most famous exemplar, The Lord of the Rings, in particular. This historical reprint covers legends that include the cursed hoard of the Rhine Gold and the ring associated with it that corrupts and transforms its owners; the adventures of the Germanic hero Siegfried, reminiscent in many ways of the Classical heroes Achilles and Hercules; and the story of Baldur, most beloved of the gods, who was slain through the trickery and malice of the deity Loki. Author James Baldwin (1841–1925) was an American educator who was widely published as an author on subjects that included biography, folklore, literature, and mythology. This edition of...

The Dragon and the Dragoon
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When a timid Dragon accidentally despoils a merchant caravan of its wares on the road to a prosperous trading town, a series of unintended events are set in motion and a pair of young adventurers is prompted to take advantage of it.  “The Dragon and the Dragoon” is an amusing short story by author, poet, and editor Tudor Jenks that was originally published in 1895 and which includes a half-dozen black-and-white illustrations by artist R.B. Birch. ...

The True Story of the Obelisk
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Ancient Egyptian obelisks that once lay along the banks of the Nile are now on display in cities like New York, London, Paris, and Rome, and this publication describes how that came to be the case. “The True Story of the Obelisk” delves into the engineering techniques that were used to transport these massive “Cleopatra’s needles” and describes the weeks, months, and even years required to do so based on the prevailing level of technology. It provides a little-known behind-the-scenes glimpse into a particular aspect of history and is both a fascinating read and a potential source of inspiration for storytellers of all sorts. This edition of “The True Story of the Obelisk” includes all of the black-and-white images that appeared in the original 1881 publication — includin...

To The Dragon Apeiron
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Once, it is said, the Dragon Apeiron rained fire and terror over Kos and the lands around it. Once, but no longer, and so long ago it is in the realm of fables. It is said that the wisest of the wise, the magos, the priests, struck with it a bargain. It waited in its lair in the rocky pinnacle-isle of Stongyli in the Karpathian Sea, and was sent such tribute as adventurers could only dream of. But this last not often, once per century only.  Yet the last time the tribute was sent some decades ago, to the little island eight miles south of the coastal Koan village of Kardemena, for the first time the dragon Apeiron was absent. Gone after seeming aeons, the oracles say, and none could divine where ...  “To the Dragon Apeiron” is a self-standing swords-and-sorcery fantasy short story...

~ A Christmas Dinner with the Man in the Moon ~
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“All aboard for the Moon!” This good-natured early science fiction story describes a near future where humanity coexists with people from other worlds and postulates regular flights between the Earth and the Moon and technological advances like breathing devices that use solid pellets of compressed oxygen. It is a fun and thought-provoking read that will resonate with fans of Victorian-era stories, those seeking inspiration for classic steampunk scenarios, and anyone who enjoys seeing science and technology of the sort being developed by Edison and Tesla extrapolated on in works of fiction. It includes the detailed black-and-white illustrations that appeared in its original 1880 edition.  Author Washington Gladden (February 11, 1836 – July 2, 1918) was a prominent American...


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