In the early 1980s, almost every issue of Dragon would contain a role playing adventure, a simple board game, or some kind of special game supplement (such as a cardboard cut-out castle). Plus, every highlight from D&D Live 2020: Roll w/ Advantage. .. . 62 Dragon Magazine 005. I includle recommended PC levels; for D&D3e scenarios, I provide the recommended level in parenthesis after the adventure scaling ranges. With high level adventurers and high level baddies. At a party.
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1.pdf. The author, issue/page number and game system is listed for each entry. 63 Dragon Magazine 006. 67 Dragon Magazine 010. Book awards: Dungeon magazine's "The 30 Greatest D&D Adventures of All Time" Book awards by cover. This index lists all articles published in Dragon and Strategic Review, alphabetically by subject. IOS/ANDROID/WEB Dragon+ Magazine . 57 Dragon Magazine, The Best of - Vol. in Dungeon Magazine, Dragon Magazine, and other gaming magazines. 3.pdf. . 61 Dragon Magazine 004. Inside you will find interviews, features, and comics that cover all things D&D. Join our exclusive tour of Icewind Dale as we dip into the upcoming release Rime of the Frostmaiden! 2.pdf.
Origin and Dungeon magazine ... With the transference of Dragon and Dungeon back to Wizards of the Coast, Paizo Publishing, which had been producing the magazines under contract to WotC, continued the Adventure Path concept in their new monthly publication, Pathfinder. . 56 Dragon Magazine, The Best of - Vol. It is glorious. 58 Dragon Magazine 001. 65 Dragon Magazine 008. Cover of Dragon Magazine #128 from 1987. 64 Dragon Magazine 007. 60 Dragon Magazine 003.
Dragon Talk; Dungeon Delve; All; Accounts; Store Locator; Issue 32 Dragon+. 66 Dragon Magazine 009.
55 Dragon Magazine, The Best of - Vol. These bonus features become infrequent after the 1986 launch of Dungeon magazine, which published several new Dungeons & Dragons adventures in each issue.
The following tables summarize the adventures that appeared in Dungeon and other FRP magazines that were explicitly set in Greyhawk. In the decades since Undermountain first appeared in the pages of Dragon magazine, there have been plenty of other megadungeons to come along, from Rappan Athuk to The Emerald Spire to Eyes of the Stone Thief, an adventure where the dungeon itself is a living creature that eats entire towns to replenish its supply of mismatched rooms. However, my favorite adventures that I haven't actually had the opportunity to run (wrong group, not using premades, I want to play in them, etc): 1) The Prince of Redhand (Dungeon #131): It's a social adventure. 59 Dragon Magazine 002. Where a "--" is noted under "System", it means that article does not pertain to any specific game system, or to several different systems.