Zine Quest 2 is taking its toll on the ol' discretionary funds.
Gourmet Street: Fantasy Street Food Adventuring Zine
I love food in my fantasy. When keying a dungeon, I usually end up spending more time thinking about what sorts of foods the inhabitants prepare than I do on traps. Pretty eager to check this out.
Kozmik Objects & Entities
Nate Treme gets better and better with everything he releases. I'm pretty sure I want to live in this zine. The genre tone is right up my alley, and it looks gorgeous.
5 Room Dungeons: an RPG zine for D&D 5th Edition
This was an expensive one, as it's a subscription to a series of six zines. Furthermore, I can't actually bring myself to visit Johnn Four's website anymore, because it is SEO'd to the point of strangulation. But I have every reason to think he'll put together some pretty solid adventures. And I love a good five-room dungeon.
Dungeons & Dilemmas
I'm drawn to the idea of moral dilemmas in rpgs, but they're hard to pull off in a way that doesn't kill the fun and momentum. I hope this zine delivers on its promises. My wife is an ethicist, and has shown some tentative interest in joining a game. I'd love to have some hearty quandaries prepared for her.
Very Pretty Paleozoic Pals: Permian Nations
Okay, not a zine, but look at it! So cute! So weird! I love it! I don't expect to ever run Troika, as delightful as I find it, but I can certainly mine some great ideas from this setting book.
Dish Pit Witches
I already picked this up as part of Nate Treme's Tunnel Goons itch.io collection, but I found it so endearing I wanted to support the creator.
The Waking of Willowby Hall
This is the one that sucked me into Zine Quest in the first place. I like Ben Milton's stuff. I like it bucketloads. Maze Rats and Knave are neck-and-neck for my favorite ruleset. I couldn't not get this.