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Every once in a long while comes a comic so profound, it changes all the rules.

This is probably that comic. Though, as the author, I might not be an objective opinion on this matter. Actually, this is the first page of that comic. There are two pages in total. You should probably subscribe to the magazine to see the other page. And the fourteen other pages I’ve made for this series, so far.

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Oh, The Beating Drum!

As always, Oh, The Beating Drum! is financed in part by Worlds Without Master, a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and readers like you.

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Once again, ladies and gentlemen, Oh, The Beating Drum! Or, at least the first page of it.

As always, you can read the entire thing by subscribing to Epidiah Ravachol’s magazine of sword & sorcery Worlds Without Master.

(Also, click to enlarge. Always click to enlarge.)

Oh, The Beating Drum! #5

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A second issue of Worlds Without Master has been published, which means that a second episode of Oh, The Beating Drum! has been published! It’s like serendipity, except planned.

Here’s are the first two pages (of three), featuring Unnamed Swordswoman #1 and Unnamed Sorceress #1.Oh, The Beating Drum! #2, Page 1Oh, The Beating Drum! #2 Page 2

Those wishing to buy this issue, may do so for the low, low price of $3.99 by clicking this button.
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Those wishing to support the project on a long term basis, should consider backing Worlds Without Master on Patreon!

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The first issue of Epidiah Ravachol’s new magazine of sword and sorcery, Worlds Without Master, just came out. I have a two-page comic in it, titled Oh, The Beating Drum!  Here’s the first page:

Oh, The Beating Drum!

It’s $3.99, and includes fiction from Vincent Baker (designer of Apocalypse World and Dogs in the Vineyard) and Epidiah Ravachol (designer of Dread and Time & Temp), a complete sword and sorcery role-playing game and illustrations! It’ll help support the endeavor, and also help keep me making more of these!

You can also support the project over the long-term by visiting the project’s Patreon page and pledging there.

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