A.F. Grappin, AJ Hare, Chris Marks, Christian Taft, David Wendt, Ed Greenwood, Gabrielle Harbowy, Geoff Gander, Kenny Mahan, Lesley Donaldson, Lyric Goins, Martin Treanor, Myrtlnar Gorrablup, Nicholas Fife, R.J. Keith, Stephen Best, Valerie Erzählerin

Onder Magazine: Issue 4 – Maps


The fourth issue of Onder Librum’s resource for today’s storyteller features MAPS!


  • Ed Greenwood waxing rhapsodic on the many and diverse delights of cartographic splendor
  • Examining interactive fiction and the potent allure of maps for storytellers
  • Continuing our examination of the ancient craft of Chainmail for the modern crafter!
  • Creative Profile of Martin Treanor, author of the “Dark Creed” Hellmaw novel
  • More meta-fiction from the story worlds of Hellmaw and Stormtalons
  • Comics, book and game reviews, and more!


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In this issue… MAPS!

EDitorial — Views from The Archmage

Creative Profile: Martin Treanor

Writers’ Workshop

Counting Words by Gabrielle Harbowy

There And Still Not Back Again by Martin Treanor

Interactive Fiction as a Storytelling Medium by Geoff Gander

Artists’ Studio

Getting Started in Chainmail: Part II by August Grappin

Gamers’ Table

Willfully Wandering Maps of Mad March by Kenny Mahan

Gaming DNA: The Importance of Maps in a Gaming Campaign by Stephen Best

Using Mythology in Roleplaying Games by Christian Toft Madsen


Just a Map by Valerie Erzählerin

GPS by R. J. Keith

Honey Bunny by Lyric Goins

Onder Reviews and Analysis

Get on Baord: A Review of Ticket to Ride By AJ Hare

Final Fantasy XV: A Game Driven by Character by Nicholas Fife


The Meat Merchant by Chris Marks

The Tower of Egizii by Lesley Donaldson

Meta Fiction

Linguistic Evidence of Otherworldly Influence on the Development of Humanity, Part IV by David Wendt

Nornar Mining: A Stormtalons Company Presents (an excerpt from an Asmerian Atlas)

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