It is our pleasure to present to you Ancestry & Lineage, in which we discuss family trees, the many forms of inheritance, interview Ed Greenwood, showcase community art and worldbuilding, and more!
It’s time for the first issue of 2020! We’re starting off with a broad topic: The Arts. In this issue, we’ve got articles on clothing, propaganda, artistic representation of religion, and much more! Seriously, it’s our biggest issue ever. Take a look!
Worldbuilding Magazine is proud to present our final issue of 2019: Trades & Occupations. A broad, but important topic. Our writers were able to run with it, discussing the professions of adventuring, mercenary work, and our interviewees bring unique work experience to their projects.
So often we push the subject of economics aside in our worlds, denoting that all fantasy worlds use precious metals and science fiction always has something called credits. We can do better.
It’s time for some literal worldbuilding! In this issue we cover geography, something we encounter when describing battle landscapes, the location of a city, important natural landmarks, and more!
This issue, we tackle complicated subjects such as marriage customs, sexual dimorphism, gender roles, and more!
On this stardate 2019.04.14, the Worldbuilding Magazine team from Earth, Sol system would like to present to you the second issue of our third volume, themed “Technology.”
It is our pride and pleasure to share the latest issue of Worldbuilding Magazine! Inspired by the quote by Benjamin Franklin, “Death & Taxes” brings with it a visual overhaul for the new year and volume.
Abracadabra! We’ve conjured up a new enchanted issue for you to close out 2018 and our second Volume, themed Magic!