From the kickstarter:
This issue contains all the regular features you know and love, many returning authors and artists, and some great new additions to our roster of rabble-rousers. Charles W. Vieser returns with an article featuring one of our most–requested topics — Cybernetics for the Masses! Tim Kask gives us a new-school look at an old-school tradition, with Unfamiliar Familiars (for Post-Apocalyptic Games). Need a whole inventory of random artifacts of the Ancient Ones guaranteed not to blow up your campaign world for a change? Ian McGarty is here to help with his hilarious The Broken Earth Catalog. Daniel J. Bishop joins our ranks to bring us a heady meditation on how to genre-mash your fantasy game with post-apocalytptic content in You Got Data Chips in My Ellxiir, and if all that wasn’t enough, this issues mini-adventure is called Holding Up The Sky by our own Jim Wampler. If a far-future adventure with hints of Greek mythology is your jam, then this one is for you.
And of course, our Scientific Comics section returns with dynamite episodes of Knights of the Dinner Table by Jolly Blackburn, Onto the Wasteland by Travis Hanson, and John Darkeye: The Last Good Thief by Dan Smith.