From publisher blurb:
This 70+ page issue includes a gazetteer on the Centaurs of Sicania, an epic adventure set in a hitherto unknown part of Mythika, new abilities for creatures, optional rules for flying creatures and plenty of other wondrous M&M stuff - including a special Vikings & Valkyries section with a complete adventure, mythic items and more!
A Word from the Editor
Welcome, dear readers, to the ninth issue of the Minotaur, the one-and-only official webzine of the Mazes &
Mythika Gazetteer: Centaurs of the Sicanian Plains
Fascinating facts about everybody’s favorite four-legged feisty fighters!
Adventure: Seven Days to War
An epic adventure (and a new campaign setting!) by Andrew Pearce
Mythic Bestiary: Something Really Special
Some new special abilities for creatures – and some new special creatures too...
Almanac of Mythika: Mythic Skies
Indulge in some scholarly stargazing with Anagnosis of Thena (aka Andrew Pearce)
Bonus Feature: Where the Wild Things Are
Ever wondered where to find a Catoblepas or a Leucrota when you need one?
Article: Here Come the Vikings!
A closer look at Vikings & Valkyries (and what it has to offer to all M&M gamers)
Griffin Archives: Places to Plunder, Monsters to Slay!
Peter Larsson offers Maze Mastering advice - in his own inimitable Viking style
Adventure: Something Rotten in Novorgby
An introductory Vikings & Valkyries scenario, to get your Midgard campaign started!
Pandora’s Box: Treasures of the Vikings
A collection of new, Norse-flavored wonders for your Vikings & Valkyries sagas
Maze Master’s Lore: Runes of Midgard
At last! An extended study of, yes, RUNES in the world of Vikings & Valkyries!
A Twist in the Maze: Rules of Flying
a.k.a ‘the Flying Frenchman’, hijacks Luke G. Reynard’s column!
Official Oracle: Move, Fight, Retreat!
Some important official clarifications on combat, movement… and optional rules
Play Nymph: Andromeda
You loved her in issue 6 and now she’s back – but this time she’s by Gustave Doré
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