This is a delightful issue of the magazine, focused on places we call home, from the bucolic land we're returning to after a great war, to the rooftops of a great city, to our favorite pub we retire to after adventuring. Inside you'll find:
Back Again from the Broken Land, a game by Leah and Alexi Sargeant about returning home after a calamitous war with a dark lord. This is a very special game, one that I think you're going to want to play over and over. Be sure to check out the special channel for it on our Gauntlet Publishing Discord.
Decorative Gore Season, a new Brindlewood Bay mystery by Jim Crocker. This seasonally-appropriate mystery takes place in a pumpkin patch, and further fleshes out the BBay setting.
Top of the World, is a Trophy Gold incursion, also by Jim Crocker (between two features in this issue and running Gauntlet Con 2020, it's Jim Crocker Month around here, haha). In this one, the characters are racing across the rooftops of a great city, and occasionally dipping down to ransack homes and businesses for loot. It's a change of pace for Trophy Gold, more light-hearted and adventurous than grim and desperate.
Two Dozen Inns & Taverns (and their Signature Fare), a miscellany.