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Jeffrey Webb’s 7 of the Best: Inspiration For Writing Great Adventures and Campaigns

Jeffrey Webb’s 7 of the Best: Inspiration For Writing Great Adventures and Campaigns Written by Jeffrey Webb My Seven of the Best is geared toward the things that bring inspiration for the writing of great adventures and campaigns for my players.  The chosen 7 for this list are indicative of my favorite genres of game.  Sometimes I count “the best” …

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John Enfield’s 7 of the Best: Humor In Fantasy

John Enfield’s 7 of the Best: Humor In Fantasy Written by John Enfield When we think of high fantasy, we usually think of heroism, danger, wonder, horror, maybe even a bit of romance – but humor?  When done well, humor can be the best thing about a high fantasy story.  Here’re seven of the best examples of humor in high …

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Matthew Minnie’s 7 of the Best

Written by Matthew Minnie The Elric Saga by, Michael Moorcock One of the greatest fantasy series of all time. It tells the story of Elric, the last emperor of the once great empire of Melnibone. He has been born an albino, and is reliant on drugs or his demonic rune sword Stormbringer to maintain his health and vitality. The series …

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Goosebumps Galore!

More Goosebumps Comics Coming in 2018 from IDW . Writer Jen Vaughn and Artist Michelle Wong scare up a new Goosebumps comic series this February . IDW Publishing, in association with Scholastic, is releasing the second three-issue arc in R.L Stine’s Goosebumps comic series. “DOWNLOAD AND DIE!” is a brand-new self-contained story set in the Goosebumps universe from the talented duo of writer Jen Vaughn (Adventure Time) and artist Michelle …

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Nancy Hutchins’ 7 of the Best

Written by Nancy Hutchins Magic Kingdom For Sale – Sold (written by Terry Brooks; first book in the Landover series) Originally meant to be part of a trilogy, the series grew to a total of six books. This first book is, in my opinion, the best. Many readers overlooked this book series and went straight to The Sword of Shannara and its sequels …

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Allen Hammack’s 7 of the Best

Written by Allen Hammack Only seven? Really?!? That’s the biggest challenge in these sorts of articles, narrowing down a love of literature, television, and movies to choose only seven. So I’m going to cheat—I mean, I’m going to minmax the rules… The Downfall of the Lord of the Rings and the Return of the King, by J. R. R. Tolkien Original …

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John Bingham’s 7 of the Best

Written by John Bingham John Boorman‘s Excalibur This is the movie that more or less started it all for me. I saw it in the theatres in 1980 when I was 8 years old with my dad. It just about in every way shape and form informed my view on fantasy. Dark and broody with larger than life characters and-let’s face …

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Jonathan J. Reinhart’s 7 of the Best

Written by Jonathan J. Reinhart My podcast, Wargaming Recon, is the longest-running tabletop wargaming podcast in existence but there’s one passion it doesn’t normally allow me to indulge.  I speak of my love for sci-fi/fantasy.  It was an unexpected honor to be asked by Multiverse to write an article detailing my personal 7 best sci-fi/fantasy books and films. For an …

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Matt Hawkins’ 7 of the Best

Written by Matt Hawkins Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein The Jesus allegory running throughout this book made it fascinating to the younger me. I was once a religious kid obsessed with science. The adult atheist me is obsessed with both science and religion. I reread this last year and was amazed at how much I enjoyed it …