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d8 - Roleplaying Culture Magazine

In 1995, a group of sapient and savvy gamers and artists began d8 out of Philadelphia. Billed as "the magazine of roleplaying culture" it filled a very special niche in an industry dividing between storytellers and collectible card players. People like David DeCheser, Holly Black and Joe Cirillo all added their flair and insight into the periodical.



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#2 "Cyber Ranger, HOL Interview"
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#2 'Cyber Ranger, HOL Interview'
#3 "Future Theocracies, Heaven & Hell, Angels"
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#1 "Michael Moorcock, Beasts of Egypt, No Dice, No Problem"
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#1 'Michael Moorcock, Beasts of Egypt, No Dice, No Problem'
#4 "Bloodbowl with GWAR, 70's Magic, Spontaneous Combustion"
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#4 'Bloodbowl with GWAR, 70's Magic, Spontaneous Combustion'
#5 "Guiltless Time Travel, Mutiny, Wiccan Perspective on Magic"
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