The Working Barbarian

A Tale of Blood, Fire and Steel

Where Do I Begin?

Content

As the tale of the barbarian gets ever longer we thought it prudent to scribe a content page so that those of you new to the adventure could catch up more easily, and nobody need ever fall behind.

One
The Beginning

by John Steele

Two
The Leave Taking
by John Steele

Three
Something Rotten
by James Clayton

Four
Within The Walls
by Ali George

Five
The Riddle of the Runes
by Sam Kurd

Six
The Fountain of the Meek
by Andrew Blair

Seven
What Freya Did Next
by Ali George

Eight
The Star Witch Awakens
by John Steele

Nine
Destinies in Sight
by James Clayton

Ten
Passing the Mountain
by Nel

Eleven
Ensorcelled
by Sam Kurd

Twelve
Words and Worms
by The Mick

Thirteen
This isn’t Going to End Well
by Andrew Blair

Fourteen
The Mean Streets of Stellastelathoron
by Ali George

Fifteen
Unsure and Obscure
by James Clayton

Sixteen
Obey Your Meister
by The Mick

Seventeen
Everybody Lives
by Andrew Blair

Eighteen
Drastic Acts and Delay No More
by James Clayton

Nineteen
House Call
by John Steele

Twenty and Twenty One
Showdown and Memories
Two-part special by John Steele

Twenty Two
Death Drives
by James Clayton

Twenty Three
Cooler Heads Prevail
by Sam Kurd

Twenty Four
Sand and Camels
by Nel Taylor

Twenty Five
Sandworms, Bloody Sandworms
by Ali George

Twenty Six
Into the Barrens
by John Steele

Twenty Seven
Secrets of the Heldrakai
by John Steele

Twenty Eight
The Hall of the Listeners
by Sam Kurd

Twenty Nine
The Tyrant’s Shade
by John Steele

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