Irregular Magazine Releases Volume 2, Issue 1 of their Magazine
Irregular Magazine is back from hiatus and has posted the first issue of Volume 2 of their magazine. In this first issue back they take a look at building an army on the cheap, some sci-fi short story, how to make a scratch-built Star Destroyer for X-Wing, and some advice on scratch-building some alien terrain. All that and more. Let’s welcome them back and download the magazine (it’s free, by the way).
From the release:
Well, we didn’t know whether we’d ever make it back again, but here we are!
After a couple of years of not being able to produce an edition of Irregular Magazine due to a combination of changing personal circumstances and a lack of contributions, we’re finally able to bring another edition back to the internet!
To reflect our hiatus, we’ve restarted our numbering, but recognise the great magazines that we produced before by making this Issue 1 Volume 2.
We think it is a pretty damn good issue to bring us back to publication. We have a look at how our editor is trying to build an army on the cheap – and we all want cheap armies, right? There is an unnerving sci-fi short story from our good friend Taylor Holloway; Alex is back with more great advice on scratch building and this time it is a Star Destroyer for X-Wing!! and Vet Sgt gives some great advice on building alien scenery. We have a review of the D&D 5th module, The Rise of Tiamat and the contribution that Marc Miller has given us over many years with his Traveller series of games.
Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now!