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  • Thomas Cook Publishing Staff; Mike Gerrard

    Publicado por Cook Publishing, Thomas, 2001

    ISBN 10: 1841570923ISBN 13: 9781841570921

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    Paperback. Condición: Good. No Jacket. Pages can have notes/highlighting. Spine may show signs of wear. ~ ThriftBooks: Read More, Spend Less.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

    Librería Past Pages, Oshawa, ON, Canada
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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Donald Clavette Ilustrador. Moderately Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Magic and wizardry in the Mystic College; Two new columns; Heralds of Galactus. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Donald Clavette, Richard Cameron, Larry Elmore, Chris Hunter, Jim Holloway, Brian Maynard, Dwain Meyer, Joseph Pillsbury, Ken Widing, Lawrence Raimonda, David Trampier, Valerie Valusek, Richard Tomasic, Marvel Bullpen. COVER ART BY: Donald Clavette. On the night of a full moon, two youths forge a sword of great magical power--a flame tongue, perhaps, or a blade of elemental force. Donald Clavette, an artist from Woodbury, Connecticut, reveals the mystic glory of magic in his cover painting for this issue. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION THE ARCANE ARTS: A step into the world of sorcerers and wizards. The Mystic College: The stronghold and home ground of all magic-users. - James A. Yates. Fire for Effect!: Flame and lightning do more damage than you might believe. - Richard W. Emerich. Arcane Lore: A new column of magical spells--beginning with the magic of fire. - Harold Dolan. OTHER FEATURES Music of the Forgotten Realms: What instruments do the bards of the Realms play? Find out here. - Ed Greenwood. Lords & Legends: A second new column, with four heroes for Oriental Adventures. - Matt Iden. Gamers Around the World: Want to share your adventures with someone far away? Read on and write! - Heather Gemmen. The Ecology of the Giant Leech: A tale of monsters and men--and the thin difference between. - Anthony Gerard. Time Flies . . . : Better than a wrist-sundial: five time-tracking charts. - Lisa Cabala. Just Making Time: The joys and horrors of fantasy calendars. - Roger E. Moore. Palimpsest: When the old words are erased, new writing appears . . . - Tais Teng. The Whole-Earth Ecology: Putting a STAR FRONTIERS game world together (more easily). - Danny Kretzer. The Marvel-Phile: Presenting the other three Heralds of Galactus. - Jeff Grubb. The Role of Books: Pern, science fiction conventions, and more. - John C. Bunnell. Operation: Zondraker: Part 2: What do TOP SECRET game agents do when they get to the Moon? - Merle M. Rasmussen. DEPARTMENTS Letters; OMG Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Profiles; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Index to Advertisers; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Mike Cook Publisher

    Publicado por TSR, 1986

    Librería Go4Books, St. Cloud, MN, Estados Unidos de America
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    Soft cover. Condición: Very Good. No Jacket. Parkinson cover artist Ilustrador. Vol. X No. 9.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Linda Medley Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Players Handbook II (more or less); ORIGINS '87 ballot; Spies in outer space. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Marilyn Favaro, Barbara G. Young, Eileen Lucas, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Gloria Habriga, Kim Lindau. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Linda Medley, Timothy Truman, David E. Martin, Larry Elmore, Jim Holloway, Marvel Bullpen, Brad Foster, Bruce Simpson, Joseph Pillsbury, David Trampier, Janet Aulisio, Richard Tomasic, Jeff Easley, Dwain Meyer, Tom Marnick, Lori Walls, Lawrence Raimonda. COVER ART BY: Linda Medley. Our April cover painting has no real title as such. Linda Medley, the California artist who created it, describes it as a "generic bar scene" which she had wanted to try. We looked at the painting when it arrived, and the only trouble we had with it was in deciding how quickly we wanted to use it. There's something for everyone here, it seems--more than first meets the eye. Happy April! GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS PLAYERS HANDBOOK II: The ENRAGED GLACIERS & GHOULS game's first volume!: Six bizarre articles by Alan Webster, Steven P. King, Rick Reid, Jonathan Edelstein, and James MacDougall. The 1987 ORIGINS AWARDS BALLOT: A special--but quite serious--chance to vote for the best! Just clip (or copy) and mail! OTHER FEATURES Scorpion Tales: A few little facts that may scare characters to death. - Arlan P. Walker. First Impressions are Deceiving: The charlatan NPC--a mountebank, a trickster, and a DM's best friend. - David A. Bellis. Bazaar of the Bizarre: Three rings of command for any brave enough to try them. - Bill Birdsall. The Ecology of the Gas Spore: It isn't a beholder, but it isn't cuddly, either. - Ed Greenwood. Higher Aspirations: More zero-level spells for aspiring druids. - Mark L. Palmer. Plane Speaking: Tuning in to the Outer Planes of existence. - Jeff Grubb. Dragon Meat: What does one do with a dread dragon in the front yard? - Robert Don Hughes. Operation: Zenith: The undercover war on the High Frontier, for TOP SECRET game fans. - Merle M. Rasmussen. Space-Age Espionage: Spies battle across the Interstellar reaches of the TRAVELLER game. - John Dunkelberg, Jr. The Game Wizards: Espionage alert: the TOP SECRET game revision! - Douglas Niles. Here Comes the Cavalry!: The fighting armored cavalry of the STAR FRONTIERS game. - Matt Bandy. Born in the Ruins: Social class and the second-edition GAMMA WORLD game. Dan Salas. Welcome to the Machine: The life and times (such as they are) of Marvel's Machine Man - Douglas A. Lent. The Role of Computers: Of bards and other tales, with hints as well as reviews. - Hartley and Patricia Lesser. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; TSR Profiles; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1985

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fair. Jack Crane Ilustrador. Repaired (by Previous Owner); Previous Owner Markings (Name Neatly Written on Page 1); Moderately Creased; Moderately Chipped; Light Moisture Damage (Staining). Monthly adventure role-playing aid. More class for demi-humans; Give your PC a history; Spaceship deck plans. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kim Mohan. EDITORIAL STAFF: Patrick Lucien Price, Roger Moore. GRAPHICS AND PRODUCTION: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Georgia Moore. ADVERTISING: Andrea Lee Anderson. CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Ken Rolston, Katharine Kerr. THIS ISSUE'S CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Jack Crane, Roger Raupp, Bob Maurus, Phil Foglio, Valerie Valusek, Jayne Hoffmann, Marvel Bullpen, Dave Trampier, Richard Tomasic, Joseph Pillsbury, Larry Elmore. COVER ART BY: Jack Crane. It should come as no surprise that Jack Crane does a lot of detailed, engineering-type illustrations when he's not painting covers for DRAGON Magazine. He used his technical skills and his painting skills to come up with "Andragon," depicting a basement-sized do-it-yourself kit that will amaze your friends and neighbors--and maybe even your mom. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Deck plans for the GINNY'S DELIGHT: In-scale accessory for STAR TREK: The Role-Playing Game Nogard--the ultimate adventure: And the title of our Lirpa Loof section . . . get it? OTHER FEATURES New jobs for demi-humans: Official AD&D game alterations that elves will especially like - Gary Gygax. What good PCs are made of: The non-statistical aspect of character creation - Katharine Kerr. The ecology of the gulguthra: You don't know the name, but you do know the monster - Ed Greenwood. The handy art of forgery: A new, and non-violent, ability for assassins - Keith Routley. Books to games? Perhaps: How to use literature as the foundation of a campaign world - Arn Ashleigh Parker. PBM update: news & views: Play-by-mail happenings, plus five game evaluations - Mike Gray. Getting in over your head: DRAGONQUEST game rules for aquatic action - Craig Barrett. Inglaf's Dream: . . . with an ending you might not have figured on - Ama Darr Rogan. ORIGINS Awards nomination ballot: Send in your choices for the best of 1984. DEPARTMENTS Letters; The forum; World Gamers Guide; Coming Attractions; Off the shelf; The ARES Section; Convention calendar; Wormy; Dragonmirth; Snarfquest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Ken Widing Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Inside: AD&D 2nd Edition Dungeon Master's Guide Poster! A knight's home is his castle. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Betty Elmore, Gaye O'Keefe, Angelika Lokotz. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Janet L. Winters. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Christopher Christou. U.K. ADVERTISING: Kris Starr, Jane Johnson. COVER ART BY: Ken Widing. Among the many nice things about owning a fantasy castle is that you can decorate your driveway in any manner you like. Ken Widing's cover art for this issue shows a subtle "keep away!" message being displayed by one particularly reclusive castellan--and a knight brave enough to ring the doorbell anyway. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Halls of Glory: Building castles up--and tearing them down. A Castle Here, A Castle There: If you have five minutes and some dice, you can have a new castle, too. - Daniel Salas. Holding Down the Fort: "On Monday, all of your guards catch the flu. Some orcs show up on Tuesday just as your wizard resigns, and . . . " - Matt Iden. Strongholds Three: Why elven castles look like hills, and other details on fantasy forts. - Arthur Collins. Your Home Is Your Castle: Castles are hard enough to attack, but have you ever tried living in one? - Patricia Cunningham-Reid. Bazaar of the Bizarre: Call on a deva or 200 berserk quaggoths--all in the defense of your home! - J. Jasper Owens. OTHER FEATURES The Role of Computers: Panning for gold is never easy (especially on your home computer). - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. The Role of Books: Someone is killing the vampires, and the vampires want you to stop him. - John C. Bunnell. Role-playing Reviews: It's A.D. 2301, and humanity has become an endangered species. - Jim Bambra. Through the Looking Glass: With a little color, you can turn lead into flesh and blood. - Zoe Bell Hurst. Cornwoman: Price and arrogance, even in the Keeper of Death, go before a fall. - fiction by Steve Basnic Tem. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; Gamers Guide; TSR Previews; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1988

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Ken Widing Ilustrador. Minor Edge Slice (Page 57 to Back Cover Inclusive; Lower); Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Cities: Fantasy & SF; The merchant class; All about golems. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Lori Svikel. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Meehan. U.K. CORRESPONDENTS: Graeme Morris, Rik Rose. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Ken Widing. Ken Widing's cover work, "Holding Court," shows that one need not be human to rule a city or nation. A lamia noble is particularly suited to rulership, being able to command obedience merely by tough. But, as the FIEND FOLIO tome warns, lamias are also "given to outbursts of senseless violence." We wish her captive luck. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Urban Adventures: An orc in a dungeon is a foe. An orc in the city could be mayor. Building Blocks, City Style: Is there a fishmonger in this town? This city-builder has the answer. - Thomas Kane. The Long Arm of the Law: Crime and punishment in FRPG cities; or, flogging isn't so bad. - Dan Howard. Taking Care of Business: The merchant NPC class: If you like being rich better than anything else. - Anthony D. Gleckler. A Room for the Knight: Rating the inns and taverns of fantasy campaign worlds. - Patrick g. Goshtigian and Nick Kopsinis. Fifty Ways to Foil Your Players: Mad prophets, con men, and adoring monsters to vex your characters. - Jape Trostle. OTHER FEATURES The Curse of the Magus: Even in exile, a wizard is till the most dangerous of opponents. - fiction by Bruce Boston and Robert Frazier. Arcane Lore: Recharge: One simple spell with a lifetime of uses. - Dan Snuffin. The Golem's Craft: To build a golem, you first need a dungeon full of money. - John C. Bunnell. Through the Looking Glass: A look at convention fun, deadlines, and a siege-tower giant. - Robert Bigelow. "Damage control--report!": Direct hits and minor chips in the STAR FRONTIERS Knight Hawks game. - Richard M. Hinds. New Kicks in Martial Arts: The limits of power: creating martial arts for Oriental Adventures. - Len Carpenter. The Game Wizards: Advice, new products, and campaign styles for all TOP SECRETS/S.I. game. - Warren Spector. The Role of Computers: Top entertainment, from the darkest dungeons to . . . flying eggs? - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Gamma Life in the Big City: Mutants make the best landlords in the GAMMA WORLD game. - Dan Kretzer. Role-playing Reviews: Four cities from the most distant reaches of fantasy. - Jim Bambra. The Game Fair Update: The last words on the GEN CON/ORIGINS 1988 Game Fair: Get ready! - Robert Bigelow. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Index to Advertisers; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1984

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Good. Jack Crane Ilustrador. Repaired; Moderately Creased; Moderately Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Agents invade Antarctica; Gaming beyond the dungeon; Star Law organization. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kim Mohan. EDITORIAL STAFF: Roger Raupp, Patrick Lucien Price, Mary Kirchoff, Roger Moore. LAYOUT DESIGNER: Kristine L. Bartyzel. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Mellody Knull. CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Katherine Kerr, Ken Rolston. ADVERTISING SALES ADMINISTRATOR: Mary Parkinson. THIS ISSUE'S CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Jack Crane, Ruth Hoyer, Roger Raupp, John Pierard, Harry Quinn, Dave Trampier, Jerry Eaton, Bob Lilly, Clyde Caldwell, Kurt Erichsen, Keith Parkinson, Larry Elmore. COVER ART BY: Jack Crane. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION WHITEOUT: Adventuring in Antarctica for TOP SECRET AGENTS. OTHER FEATURES Beyond the dungeon: Gaming in the great outdoors. The ecology of the dryad: Femme fatale of the forest The Legacy of Hortus: A harvest of unusual plants. Simon Sidekick: Independence isn't always best Index to advertisers. REGULAR OFFERINGS Out on a Limb: Letters and answers; The forum: Opinions and observations; Convention calendar; Gods of the Suel pantheon: Part 2: Kord and Phaulkon; Game reviews: Stalking the Night Fantastic; The Forever War; The ARES Section: 16 pages of SF gaming articles; Gamers' Guide; Wormy; Dragon Mirth; Snarfquest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Daniel Horne Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Druids & nature; The beastmaster NPC; D&D Immortals game; Sage Advice. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Marilyn Favaro, Barbara G. Young, Eileen Lucas, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Paul Arpino, Martin Cannon, Darlene, Jeff Easley, Larry Elmore, Jim Holloway, Daniel Horne, Marvel Bullpen, Dwain Meyer, Richard Tomasic, David Trampier. COVER ART BY: Daniel Horne. Daniel Horne, our cover artist this month, was in the mood to do a historical subject. His painting, entitled "The Real Reason the Romans left Britain," depicts a little-known episode in British history, in which two Roman foot soldiers have bumped into Kostchtchie, the surly fellow from page 40 of the Monster Manual II. Of the unsquashed legionnaire, Daniel writes, "Boy, is he going to get it!" GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION DRUIDS: Those who know Mother Nature best. Underestimating Druids (is a bad practice): Druids are much more powerful than you might think (or might hope). - Carl Sargent. "Is There a Doctor in the Forest?": A little holistic medicine goes a long way in the woods. - John Warren. On Becoming the Great Druid: Great Druids are made, not born--and the process is difficult and long. - William Volkart and Robin Jenkins. Cantrips for Druids--Naturally: Bird calls, bug repellent, and a cure for poison ivy. - Rick Reid. King of the Jungle: The best friend a druid ever had: the beastmaster. - Ed Greenwood. OTHER FEATURES The Uldra: A new demi-human for those who like dwarves, gnomes, and the northern forests. - Calle Lindstrand. The Ecology of the Korred: Come and join the dance--you may not be able to resist it. - Ed Greenwood. The Dragon's Bestiary: Not everything in the forest is small, cute, furry, and helpful. - The Readers. Henchmen and Hirelings: An update and review of the rules on those special NPCs. - Charles Olsen. The Game Wizards: Remembering the Forgotten Realms . . . and things to come. - Jeff Grubb. The Pawns of Crux: A slavers' game becomes a crucible for courage. - Steven Saylor. Politics Amid the Rubble: More of the "rubble rousers" of the GAMMA WORLD game. - Douglas Lent. The Role of Books: Punk elves, shared worlds, and more. - John C. Bunnell. The Marvel-Phile: The newest X-Man has her telepathic eyes on you. - Jeff Grubb. This is Only a Test: If this had been an actual emergency, your agent would have been dead. - Lawrence Liao. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Profiles; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

  • Cook, Mike (Publisher)

    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Keith Parkinson Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Inside: BUCK ROGERS Poster! 13 years--and still on top. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Betty Elmore, Gaye O'Keefe, Angelika Lokotz. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Janet L. Winters. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Christopher Christou. U.K. ADVERTISING: Kris Starr, Jane Johnson. COVER ART BY: Keith Parkinson. Keith Parkinson didn't skimp on the action in his untitled cover painting for this issue (the editor calls it "Ouch!"). Keith says he figured that fighting dragons would hold nothing back, and "having your head breathed on" sounded like a pretty bad turn of events. Well, it is better to give than to receive . . . GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Wings of Doom: There is no hiding place from a dragon's flame. Dragons Are Wizards' Best Friends: Four new familiars with exotic tastes in masters. - David E. Cates. The Dragon's Bestiary: Not all new types of dragons are bad--only most of them! - The Readers. The New Ecology of the Dragons: Teeth and scales and tavern tales, of such are dragons made. - Jean Rabe and Skip Williams. OTHER FEATURES The Hatchling Magazine: From humble beginnings do great things grow. - A. D. Young. The Ever-After: Which is the greater: the hero's will or the hero's destiny? - fiction by Eluki bes shabar. The Marvel-Phile: Suppose sweet old Aunt May decided to bump off Galactus . . . - Skip Williams. Dangerous Terrain: f Fixing an old robot might be a serious mistake in the GAMMA WORLD game. - Dan Salas. The Role of Computers: Computer-game opponents are especially bad when they can out-think you. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Arrows of the East: What sort of arrow works well against an angry kappa? - David Kloba. If You Wish Upon a Star . . .: Be careful of what you wish for: You might get it! - Kevin Murphy. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Jim Holloway Ilustrador. Tips of Corners Missing on Numerous Pages; Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. ORIENTAL ADVENTURING with Sun Dragon Castle; A DRAGONLANCE tale; Operation: Zodiac. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Jim Holloway, Stanley Fukuoka, Hank Jankus, Joseph Pillsbury, Larry Elmore, David Trampier, Dwain Meyer, Richard Tomasic, Ron Kauth, Bruce Simpson, Marvel Bullpen, Dennis Kauth, Richard Cameron. COVER ART BY: Jim Holloway. Jim Holloway's sixth cover was one he particularly enjoyed doing. Samurai clash, wu jen hurl spells, and the earth trembles beneath the ferocity of the battle, bringing the essence of warfare in Kara-Tur to life. Looking down over the chaos, a general solemnly weighs the outcome, as his fate--and that of his fortress--hang in the balance. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS ORIENTAL ADVENTURING: The realms of Kara-Tur and Oriental Adventures. "Whaddya mean, Jack the Samurai?": A roster of Japanese names for Oriental characters. - Barbara Curtis. The Deadliest Perfume: The lotus blossom: a special sort of treasure. - John P. Brown. The Life and Death of a Castle: A Japanese castle's tale, based on real-world history. - David "Zeb" Cook. The Geisya: Performer, poet, musician, magician--a special NPC class. - Gregg Sharp. The Genin: A single-class ninja and master executioner in one package. - David Howery. Sun Dragon Castle: A fold-up project that's not for amateurs: An Oriental castle! - designed by Dennis Kauth, text by Robin Jenkins. OTHER FEATURES The Game Wizards: The readers' responses to the most horrifying column we ever ran. - David "Zeb" Cook. Love and Ale: A special DRAGONLANCE tale about . . . uh, well, love and ale. - Nick O'Donohoe. The Marvel-Phile: Ms. Marvel and the Augments of the Power Broker. - Jeff Grubb. The Role of Books: Cybernetic samurai, Wild Cards, and C. J. Cherryh's shared world of Merovingen. - John C. Bunnell. Operation: Zodiac: Twelve Space Shuttle missions for agent-astronauts in the TOP SECRET game. - Merle Rasmussen, Jackie Rasmussen, and Roger Moore. DEPARTMENTS Letters; OMG Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; TSR Profiles; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1985

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fair. Dean Morrissey Ilustrador. Repaired; Moderately Creased; Moderately Chipped; Light Moisture Damage. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Tournament module; New demi-human rules; Expanding on experience. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kim Mohan. EDITORIAL STAFF: Patrick Lucien Price, Roger Moore. GRAPHICS AND PRODUCTION: Roger Raupp. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Georgia Moore. ADVERTISING: Andrea Lee Anderson. CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Ken Rolston, Katharine Kerr. THIS ISSUE'S CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Dean Morrissey, Roger Raupp, Bob Maurus, Marvel Bullpen, Jayne Hoffmann, Dave Trampier, Richard Tomasic, Daniel Flahive, Joseph Pillsbury, Denton Elliott, Tony Moseley, Larry Elmore. COVER ART BY: Dean Morrissey. Dean Morrissey, indeed the dean of all our cover artists, got the idea that there should be a place where people can bring their old metal items and have them fashioned into armor and weapons before embarking on the adventuring life. The scene that resulted is entitled "Toad's Cloak Armorsmith Shop," and there's more to it than first meets the eye. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Into the Forgotten Realms: A tournament adventure for AD&D game characters. OTHER FEATURES Demi-humans get a lift: The last word on level limits and ability scores - Gary Gygax. The influence of Tolkien on the D&D and AD&D games: Why Middle Earth is not part of the game world - Gary Gygax. How taxes take their toll: An interview with a guy who ought to know - Arthur Collins. The ecology of the cockatrice: Birds of a feather petrify together - Ed Greenwood. Prices for the Roaring 20s: Helping "modern" adventurers stretch their dollars - Glenn Rahman. Credit where credit is due: A nonviolent examination of experience-point awards - Katharine Kerr. The many shapes of apes: Primates packaged for use in the AD&D game - Stephen Inniss. Battles above the dungeon: Tactics for conducting combat in the wide-open spaces - Tim W. Brown. Desperate Acts: Action, suspense, and an out-of-this-world enemy - Gordon Linzner. DEPARTMENTS Letters; The forum; World Gamers Guide; Convention calendar; Coming Attractions; The ARES Section; Wormy; Dragonmirth; Snarfquest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Robin Wood Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Treasures bright, rare, and wonderful. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Anne Brown. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Angelika Lokotz, Kathleen C. MacDonald, Gaye O'Keefe. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Janet L. Winters. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Christopher Christou. U.K. ADVERTISING: Sue Lilley. COVER ART BY: Robin Wood. Observant readers who examine this month's cover art will quickly be able to name the artist and the year in which the picture was painted. Color prints of our cover, "Trinket," are available for sale; interested readers may write to Robin Wood, c/o this magazine. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: REGULAR FEATURES Magic for Beginners: Create all-new weapons--for 1st-level characters only! - Gregory W. Detwiler. The Envelope, Please!: Their finest hour: the winners of the 1988 ORIGINS Awards. - The editors. The Dragon's Bestiary: Blue horses, six-legged horses, magical horses, and more. - Kurt Martin. Advice for All Mutants: The sage looks at the rules hazards of the 3rd Edition GAMMA WORLD game. - Skip Williams. Orcs in Space!: Mix role-playing, punk elves, and plasma cannon in GW's WARHAMMER 40,000 game. - Ken Rolston. Kesmai and Beyond: Your computer modem is the gateway to fantastic adventure. - Cheryl Peterson. From Freighters to Flying Boats: Take a dive to the bottom of the sea: the navies of the STAR FRONTIERS game. - Matthew M. Seabaugh. Getting It Right the First Time: Don't be caught with your DM's screen down! Run your convention RPG event like a pro. - Richard W. Emerich. The Role of Books: Detective work with the Batman, Lord Darcy, and Carlisle Hsing of Nightside City. - John C. Bunnell. The Role of Computers: Azure Bonds: You read the book, you played the module, and now . . . - Harley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Role-playing Reviews: Does the future look dim? Scary? Cruel? Well, you ain't seen nothing yet. - Jim Bambra. Through the Looking Glass: A fantastic flight on a swan ship, and the wildest football teams ever. - Robert Bigelow. Time Marches On: What do the Golden Apple and the Silmarils have in common with your RPG campaign? - Thomas M. Kane. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; Gamers Guide; TSR Previews; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Teanna Byerts Ilustrador. Moderately Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. Aerial adventures; Game reviews return; AD&D game second edition questionnaire. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Teanna Byerts, Richard Cameron, Jeff Dee, Diesel, Larry Elmore, Ernie Guanlao, Jim Holloway, Paul Jaquays, Dwain Meyer, Ray Nadeau, Joseph Pillsbury, Lawrence Raimonda, Richard Tomasic, David Trampier. COVER ART BY: Teanna Byerts. A high-riding adventurer looks down over a forested valley in our cover painting by Pennsylvania native Teanna Byerts. One can only imagine what thoughts are passing through the mind of the wide-eyed rider, though the Pegasus seems quite at ease with it all. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. AERIAL ADVENTURING: Give wings to your imagination. Sailors on the Sea of Air: The flying ships of the Forgotten Realms. - Ed Greenwood. On a Wing and a Prayer: The art and science--and joy--of gliders. - L. Gregory Smith. Flying the Friendly(?) Skies: The sky is the only limit with aerial adventures in the AD&D game. - Thomas M. Kane. The Wings of Eagles: Aarakocra as player characters in AD&D game campaigns. - J. F. Keeping. Kocraa: A brief word about the lord of the bird-folk. - Christopher Jones. The AD&D Game Second Edition Questionnaire: Don't miss the chance to tell us what you want! OTHER FEATURES Role-Playing Reviews: Game reviews are back--and first in line is WARHAMMER FANTASY ROLEPLAY. - Ken Rolston. Kicks and Sticks: Filipino martial arts at its best: escrima. - Joseph R. Ravitts. New Front-End Alignments: If you've ever gamed with a Neutral Montyhaul, you'll love this article. - Rich Stump. Arcane Lore: The secret spells of Odeen the Arch-Mage. - Rich Baldwin. Packing It All Away: Backpacks: Don't leave for the wilderness without one. - Ian Chapman. The Ecology of the Gelatinous Cube: A lecture on the athcoid and the nature of old feuds. - Ed Greenwood. The Game Wizards: The latest word from TSR: what, who, where, when, how, and why. - Michael Dobson. Blasters & Blunderbusses: How can you control a player character with a howitzer? - Peter R. Jahn. A Shot in the Arm: Making combat a little livelier in STAR FRONTIERS games. - Jason Pamental and David Packard. The Most Secret of Secrets: A few real-world projects for TOP SECRET and TOP SECRET/S.I. games. - Thomas M. Kane. The Marvel-Phile: Meet the newest Hulk of all--and his most determined foes. - Jeff Grubb. The Role of Computers: Black Magic and Realms of Darkness review. - Hartley and Patricia Lesser. ORIGINS Awards 1987 - The editors. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1988

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Jeff Easley Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Halloween Greetings from the Undead. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Kim Walter, Barbara G. Young. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Carolyn Vanderbilt. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Meehan. U.K. CORRESPONDENTS: Graeme Morris, Rik Rose. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Jeff Easley. Our "Halloween Greetings" cover is the first DRAGON Magazine cover from Jeff Easley, whose work should be familiar to any longtime gamers. It is also the first cover acquisition made by Lori Svikel, or new art director. Jeff admits that he collects antique Halloween items; he certainly has a feel for the topic. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Dreadful Tidings: Nothing is so bad at Halloween that it couldn't be much, much worse. The Black Book and the Hunters: Those who annoy the Old Ones should keep a careful watch behind them. - Craig Schaefer. The Ungrateful Dead: Beautiful ghouls and titanic zombies: new undead for your AD&D games. - Tom Moldvay. Methods to Your Madness: A new insanity system that lets a little lunacy go a long way. - Ed Friedlander. The End of the World: Got an ailing fantasy campaign? Cure it--with the Black Death. - Eileen Lucas. OTHER FEATURES Through the Looking Glass: Bring the dead to life with just a touch of your paintbrush. - Jeanne McGuire. Putting Fire into Firepower: Lasers in TOP SECRET games; or, "What's this red button do?" - Martin Landauer. Between Thunder & Lightning: War's purpose is to take life; to renew it is another kind of struggle. - fiction by Nancy Varian Berberick. The Role of Computers: If the space pirates aren't tough enough, you can try the rainbow dragons. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Role-playing Reviews: Four role-playing games and supplements for those who take horror seriously. - Ken Rolston. The Game Wizards: Sifting through the Empires of the Sands. - Scott Haring. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; TSR Previews; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Clyde Caldwell Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Inside: The MAGUS! Board game. When magic talks, everyone listens. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Anne Brown. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Angelika Lokotz, Kathleen C. MacDonald, Gaye O'Keefe. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Janet L. Winters. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Christopher Christou. U.K. ADVERTISING: Kris Starr, Jane Johnson. COVER ART BY: Clyde Caldwell. "I did it fast," was Clyde Caldwell's first comment on his cover painting for this issue. "I got tired of doing evil sorceresses, so I decided to do a good one," he said, adding that he calls this painting "White Magic." Clyde is a veteran cover artist for DRAGON Magazine, his first cover gracing issue #53. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Sorcerous secrets: Where there's a wizard, there's a way. Getting Familiar: If you get a toad for a familiar, be careful how you pick it up. - Patricia Nead Elrod. Variety, the Spice of Magic: What can you do with a jar of fire bat ichor? Use it for a new spell component, of course. - Vince Garcia. "Gaze into my crystal ball . . .": If it's your party, you can scry if you want to. - Krys Stromsted. Spelling It Out: Two ways to learn a new spell: the AD&D 1st Edition way and the AD&D 2nd Edition way. - Douglas J. Behringer. WOW Your Players!: Beer suds, attack rabbits, and three all-new wands of wonder. - Richard Hunt MAGUS!: A surprising game of magical conflict for 2-6 players. - Robert J. Kuntz. OTHER FEATURES Through the Looking Glass: Two dynamite dragons and the ultimate racing chariot. - Robert Bigelow. Role-playing Reviews: In the beginning, there was only one magic system. But the gamers said, "Let there be many!" - Ken Rolston. Lord of the Keep: That which you ask for is rarely what you want. - fiction by Brenda K. Ward. The Role of Computers: A voyage to the bottom of the sea, with stops at Mount Doom and Hillsfar. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. The Role of Books: A look at a world where cats, not apes, evolved into humans. - John C. Bunnell. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; Gamers Guide; TSR Previews; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Daniel Horne Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. The Viking's game; Environs of Waterdeep; The new Captain America. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Debbie Poutsch, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Lori Svikel. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. COVER ART BY: Daniel Horne. You can almost imagine the conversation taking place as the two would-be adventurers in Daniel Horne's cover painting come upon a particularly huge, ugly, vicious, and highly annoyed monster in their local forest. "How many pluses did you say this sword has? Is that all?" GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION King's Table: For over a thousand years, the Vikings' choice in board games. - Dale Oldfield and Mark Foster. OTHER FEATURES Welcome to Waterdeep: The dangerous environs of a city in the FORGOTTEN REALSM setting. - Ed Greenwood. Matters of Mastery: A book about the mastery of role-playing--from a master. - John C. Bunnell. To Believe or Not to Believe: Was it real or was it illusory? Only the wisest know for sure. - W. Todo Todorsky. Role-playing Reviews: A journey to the limits of fantasy gaming: outer space. - Ken Rolston. The Game Wizards: Want to write for TSR? Wonder what's coming in 1988? Here's the inside info! - James M. Ward. The Spirit Way: The secrets of magic are not easily taken; the search alone can kill you. - fiction by Leigh Anne Hussey. Plane Speaking: Quasi elementals from negative habitats: Ash, dust, Salt, and Vacuum. - Jeff Grubb. Chopper Power!: If you cross an agent with an armed helicopter, you roll up a new agent. - Dennis McLaughlin. A Mutant by Any Other Name: . . . would still be a GAMMA WORLD game mutant. Kim Eastland. The Island in Your Computer: Beyond your keyboard is a new land of magic: Island of Kesmai. - Cheryl Peterson. The Marvel-Phile: Cap and Bucky, together again--but who are they? - Jon D. Martin. The Role of Computers: Explore the world of Shadowgate, then save the world with S.D.I. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. U 2 KAN ERN BIG BUX!: Kan u say, "Kall me Konan"? Of kourse u kan! - Lawrence R. Raimonda. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Gamers Guide; Index to Advertisers; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Fred Fields Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. The AD&D 2nd Edition Preview! EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Carolyn Vanderbilt. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Lyn Hutchin. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Fred Fields. What you don't know can hurt you (if it doesn't simply eat you), as cover artist Fred Fields reveals this month. His painting also reveals the dangers of adventuring alone--especially in a swamp when you have great confidence in yourself but little else. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION INSERT: ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS 2nd Edition Preview: A 32-page look at the shape of games to come. OTHER FEATURES This Means War!: If 327 badders fought 294 androids and a mutant squirrel in a tank, who would win? - Dan Kretzer. The Well-Educated Spy: Do you really know how to role-play a spy? This book tells all. - John C. Bunnell. The Ecology of the Kech: The most beautiful forest often conceals the most malign dangers. - Tony Jones. Role-playing Reviews: Warfare in miniature: two games made for everyone's tabletop armies. - Ken Rolston. The Role of Computers: Breath-taking adventure is just a keystroke away with these MS-DOS games. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Made-To-Order Clerical Orders: Temples and congregations, built from the ground up. - Michael Harrison. Arcane Lore: Fifteen more reasons why few monsters want to annoy druids. - The readers. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1984

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fair. Denis Beauvais Ilustrador. Repaired; Moderately Creased; Moderately Chipped; Light Moisture Damage. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. High-level AD&D module; All about gemstones; Unarmed combat simplified. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kim Mohan. EDITORIAL STAFF: Roger Raupp, Patrick Lucien Price, Mary Kirchoff, Roger Moore, Andria Hayday. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Mary Cossman. LAYOUT DESIGNER: Kristine L. Bartyzel. CONTRIBUTING EDITOR: Ed Greenwood. ADVERTISING SALES ADMINISTRATOR: Mary Parkinson. THIS ISSUE'S CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Denis Beauvais, Jim Holloway, Roger Raupp, E. B. Wagner, Larry Elmore, Kurt Erichsen, Phil Foglio. COVER ART BY: Denis Beauvais. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION The Dancing Hut: A no-holds-barred challenge for high-level AD&D characters. OTHER FEATURES The many facets of gems: Fact and folklore about snazzy stones. The ecology of the stirge: It's a bird . . . it's a bug . . . The test of the twins: A DRAGONLANCE short story. How to finish fights faster: Simpler and smoother unarmed combat A look at AOKs, old and new: TOP SECRET Companion preview. REGULAR OFFERINGS Out on a Limb: Letters and answers; The forum: Opinions and observations; Convention calendar; Game review: Good evening, Mr. Bond: Assessing the 007 game system; The ARES Section: 16 pages of SF gaming articles; Gamers' Guide; Dragon Mirth; Wormy; What's New?; Snarfquest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Jim Holloway Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. War: the price of fiefdom; One Thing after another; Computerized AD&D games from SSI. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Debbie Poutsch, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga, Colleen O'Malley. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. COVER ART BY: Jim Holloway. The last three survivors of an orcish army, their standard still aloft, challenge their elven opponents to one last fight. Jim Holloway's cover painting for this month has no title--but if you have a suggestion for a possible title, write it down and send it to us. We might print the more interesting ones in a later issue. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Call to Arms: The fighter's world, from berserkers to battlefields. Lords & Legends: Four famous warriors from European myth and legend. - Kyle Gray. No Quarter!: Creative combat for fighters with style. - Arn Ashleigh Parker. Bazaar of the Bizarre: A magical treasury of bows and bolts for arcane archers. - The readers. Two Hands Are Better Than One: When a two-handed sword becomes a three-handed sword, and other handy facts. - Donald D. Miller. In Defense of the Shield: A good shield might be the best friend you'll ever have. - Tim Merrett. Fighting for Keeps: Your new castle is full of orcs? It's BATTLESYSTEM supplement time! - Roy G. Schelper. In the Heat of the Fight: Berserkers, ambushes, fanatics, tribal champions--all in a day's work. - Sean Holland. A Menagerie of Martial Arts: Twenty all-new martial-arts styles for Oriental Adventures. - Len Carpenter. OTHER FEATURES Role-playing Reviews: Game designers rush in where deities fear to tread. - Ken Rolston. The Ecology of the Yeti: A particularly chilling encounter on the high glaciers. - Thomas Kiefer. Arcane Lore: Selections from a lost tome on life's little illusions. - Arthur Collins. The Dragon's Bestiary: A slimy pair of surprises: Xador's fluid and quagmire. - Thomas M. Kane and Scott Bennie. The Role of Books: From the Realms to Romulan space: books for gamers everywhere. - John C. Bunnell. The Role of Computers: The computerized TSR/SSI AD&D game: the latest word. - Hartley and Patricia Lesser. The Marvel-Phile: A guest column about all sorts of Things. - Warren Spector. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; Dragonmirth; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Keith Parkinson Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Dwarves, driders, and drow; Powered armor arrives; Scourge & company: Part I. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Debbie Poutsch, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Lori Svikel. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. COVER ART BY: Keith Parkinson. While their cleric of Thor stands guard, a group of dwarves hauls out (or hides away) their massive chest of treasure. "These guys," said cover artist Keith Parkinson, indicating the dwarves holding the chest, "are basically 'greed dwarves'." Entitled "The Big Stash," this painting will soon be available as a print. Keith recently won the coveted 1987 Dark Fantasy award at the World Fantasy Convention in Nashville, for his painting "What Do You Mean, We're Lost?" See the advertisement on page 77. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Demi-humans: Pointed ears aren't the only things that make them different. Arcane Lore: Magic that serves the people: new dwarven clerical spells. - Len Carpenter. Children of the Spider Goddess: The long-awaited "point of view" of the darkest elves. - Eric Oppen. Give Demi-humans an Even Break!: If elves are so smart, why can't they roll more dice for intelligence? Now they can. - John R. Prager. Don't Sell Them Short!: The guardians are looking for a few good halflings. - Peter Dosik. Entering the Drider's Web: Drow who fail Lolth's big test get no chance to make up the exam. - C. E. Misso. OTHER FEATURES The Role of Computers: Ship-to-ship combat and the Tower of Myragien await you. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. A Sorcerer's Supplement: A bridge to the Moon? A cow that's a werewolf? All-new RUNEQUEST game spells. - Michael DeWolfe. The Dragon's Bestiary: Colder than ice and less forgiving: Ice para-elementals. - Dean Shomshak. The Game Wizards: The world in a book--the WORLD OF GREYHAWK setting, that is. - James M. Ward. The Old Ways Are Best: Two heads are better than one, but not by much! - fiction by Larry Walker. "Who's in charge here?": How many high-level gnomes will a gnome city have? As many as it can get. - Bryan Caplan. Armored and Dangerous: Trash the Sathar! Powered armor comes to the STAR FRONTIERS game. - David Dennis. The Role of Books: Would you let a wargamer be your lawyer? - John C. Bunnell. The Marvel-Phile: Justice is served--and Scourge is your waiter. - Jeff Grubb. Role-playing Reviews: The FORGOTTEN REALMS setting and the D&D game's Known World. - Ken Rolston. The Last Word: "You don't suppose that evil high priest is mad at us, do you?" - Gregg Sharp. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; Gamers Guide; Index to Advertisers; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1988

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Larry Elmore Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Healers and Holy Warriors. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Kim Walter, Barbara G. Young. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Carolyn Vanderbilt. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Graeme Morris. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Larry Elmore. Fans should have no trouble recognizing the cover artist for this issue--Larry Elmore, who reported that the giant's footprints were the most difficult part to paint. Indeed, the level of detail is extraordinary. Notice the pigs? GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Keepers of the Faith: Justifying the ways of gods and men. The Savant: His weapon of choice is the wisdom of the ages. - Vince Garcia. So Many Gods, So Little Time: Mix-and-match gods do not a pantheon make. - Andrew C. Gronosky. Fantasy Clerics and Clerical Fallacies: Finding a cure for clerical shortcomings. - Gregory Detwiler. As the Cleric Turns: Turning the tables on turning undead. - Robert Stockdale. OTHER FEATURES Specialization (Cut Down to Size): Strategic arms limitations for the AD&D game. - Len Carpenter. The Beastie Awards: Four out of five DRAGON Magazine readers prefer . . . - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Roll On!: A better way of rolling the bones. - Len Carpenter. Flesh and Blood: What is the price of a father's love? - fiction by Mary Frances Zambreno. The Game Wizards: An insider's look at the 1989 TSR product schedule. - Jim Ward. An Assortment of Knives: Handheld weapons that get to the point. - Edwin C. Mason. The Dragon's Bestiary: Creatures of light and darkness: new monsters from the FORGOTTEN REALS setting. - Ed Greenwood. Through the Looking Glass: Miniature strongholds, fantasy forests, and children of the gods. - Robert Bigelow. The Role of Computers: Earning your wings: PC adventures for frequent fliers. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Role-playing Reviews: Foundations and empires: assessing the FORGOTTEN REALMS supplements. - Jim Bambra. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; TSR Previews; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Very Good. Daniel Horne Ilustrador. Moderately Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. The undead arise! More mutant monsters; A surprise from Wormy. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga, Colleen O'Malley. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Daniel Horne, George Barr, Richard Bennett, Peter Botsis, Clyde Caldwell, Jeff Easley, Larry Elmore, Francis Mao, Dwain Meyer, Kyle Miller, Bob Muleady, Richard Pillsbury, David Trampier, Lawrence Raimonda, Valerie Valusek, Ken Widing, Marvel Bullpen. COVER ART BY: Daniel Horne. Daniel Horne said the scene on his cover painting "takes place on a frozen tundra. The sun is setting, the hoar frost is glittering like thousands of pieces of broken glass." A ranger in the service of the High King has just been attacked by the undead remains of one of her old opponents--a frost giant who has waited a long time for this moment of revenge. Having lost her sword and used up her normal arrows, the ranger has a single elven arrow left--from which comes the painting's name: "Saving the Best for Last." GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS The Dead of Night: Not even the grave can keep some people down. Hearts of Darkness: Vampires are everywhere--you can Count on it. - Tom Moldvay. Dead on Target: You'll need more than a silver dagger against the enemies of the living. - David Howery. A Touch of Evil: 31-derful flavors of terror from beyond the grave. - Vince Garcia. OTHER FEATURES Role-playing Reviews: Fantasy campaign supplements: lands of the living and the dead. - Ken Rolston. The game Wizards: The second-edition AD&D game, from the editor's viewpoint. - Steve Winter. The Ecology of the Shade: Life without death, death without life, forever. - Dan Salas. Well Bottled at Slab's: Our second visit to a remarkably . . . spirited tavern. - John Gregory Betancourt. Bazaar of the Bizarre: A strange and wonderful assortment of Oriental Adventures treasures. - Gregory W. Detwiler. A Ghastly Grimoire: Walking statues, earthquakes, the Yellow Sign, and the CALL OF CTHULHU game. - Dean Shomshak. The Dragon's Bestiary: It's mutant round-up time in the lands of the GAMMA WORLD game. - John M. Maxstadt. There Are Ways of Making You Talk . . . : The TOP SECRET game's contact system: Reach out and interrogate someone. - Kevin Marzahl. The Marvel-Phile: Drac is back! The unliving world of Marvel Universe vampires. - Jeff Grubb. A Marvel Monster-Phile: Three old friends from the Halloween crew come to visit. - Douglas Lent. The Role of Computers: The computer column goes monthly--and there's more news to come! - Hartley and Patricia Lesser. Gamers' Choice Awards 1987 - The editors. The Wormy Puzzle: Our favorite dragon celebrates his 101st "Wormy" issue! - Tramp. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; SnarfQuest; Dragonmirth; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Ned Dameron Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Inside: the Deck of Many Things! No one conquers who does not fight. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Anne Brown. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Angelika Lokotz, Kathleen C. MacDonald, Gaye O'Keefe. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Janet L. Winters. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Christopher Christou. U.K. ADVERTISING: Sue Lilley. COVER ART BY: Ned Dameron. Ned Dameron (noting that art directors sometimes look at a painting and ask, "What is going on here?") sent a five-page description in screenplay format of the action in his cover painting. Both warriors are searching for a mysterious item--but they don't plan to share it. By the way, any similarities between this cover and last month's cover by Clyde Caldwell are coincidental ("independent invention," as per this month's editorial). GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Fighting the Good Fight: A look into the ways of the warrior. Always Wear Your Best Suit: Your armor could become the most valuable treasure you own. - Gordon R. Menzies. Tracking Down the Barbarian: If Conan is the only barbarian you know, you've got a lot to learn. - David Howery. "Good" Does Not Mean "Boring": No one said that all paladins have to act exactly alike--and they don't! - Scott Bennie. The Corrected Cavalier: Knighthood flowers again (with a little judicious pruning). - David Howery. OTHER FEATURES Arcane Lore: Wizards aren't clerics, but they, too, can cure wounds. - Bruce Kvam. Luck of the Draw: Knowledge has a high price if you study the deck of many things. - Robin Jenkins. INSERT: The Deck of Many Things: Pick a card--any card--from the most popular magical item of all! - George Barr. The Game Wizards: The tactics of victory: the SNIPER! Game comes to CompuServe. - Steve Estvanik. Role-playing Reviews: Even monsters deserve respect--and here's how they get it. - Jim Bambra. The Role of Computers: Saving the world from evil: Prophecy and The Magic Candle. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Around the World in 36 Levels: Adventures are for everyone in the D&D game's Known World. - Jim Bambra. Through the Looking Glass: A bad day at Retirement Village--or, A giant troll never forgets. - Robert Bigelow. Watch Your Step!: A mine is a terrible thing to waste in the TOP SECRET/S.I. game - Thomas M. Kane. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1988

    ISBN 10: 0002796848ISBN 13: 9780002796842

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Keith Parkinson Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Wilderness adventures; Carnivorous plants; Weather & wild beasts. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Kim Walter, Barbara G. Young. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Lori Svikel. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Meehan. U.K. CORRESPONDENTS: Graeme Morris, Rik Rose. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Keith Parkinson. Alone on the frontier of civilization, a ranger pauses in his search for threats to the people he guards. "They probably don't even know he exists," says artist Keith Parkinson of his cover painting, "North Watch." The ranger is well outfitted with arctic survival gear; his riding dragon, however, seems to be at home in the chill. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Wilderness Adventures: In case you really want to know what's around the next bend. What's For Lunch?: If you want musk-ox stew, you hunt for a musk-ox--lots of luck! - David Howery. Treasures of the Wilds: "Sable furs and mammoth ivory? But where's the valuable stuff?" - David Howery. The Ecology of Carnivorous Plants: Never tease a giant Venus' flytrap, and other useful survival hints. - Gregg Chamberlain. Weathering the Storms: From heat waves to hurricanes: weather that your players will never forget. - Lisa Cabala. Into the Age of Mammals: Life in the Cenozoic era; or, how dangerous is a charging Arsinoitherium? - David Howery. OTHER FEATURES The Fairest of the Fairs: Summertime brawls at the King's Festival, and other fair diversions. - Bill Volkart. The Game Wizards: The making of THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER game--and more! - Doug Niles. Up and Running in the Land of Mutants: For high-powered GAMMA WORLD game campaigns, you need heavy-duty mutants. - Kim Eastland. The Marvel-Phile: Can gaseous life forms be attacked mentally? Just ask the sage. - Skip Williams. Role-playing Reviews: You only live twice: the JAMES BOND 007 game and the TOP SECRET/S.I. game - Jim Bambra. The Role of Books: Camelot and Araby as shared worlds (or are they anthologies in disguise?). - John C. Bunnell. The Role of Computers: On saving Britannia, rescuing Oids, and crashing at 293 kilometers per hour. - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Convention Calendar; Index to Advertisers; Gamers Guide; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1989

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Daniel Horne Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. From Nearly Human to Barely Human. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Barbara G. Young. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Kimberly J. Walter. ART DIRECTOR: Lori Svikel. PRODUCTION STAFF: Paul Hanchette, Betty Elmore, Kim Janke, Carolyn Vanderbilt. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. U.S. ADVERTISING: Sheila Gailloreto. U.K. CORRESPONDENT: Lyn Hutchin. U.K. ADVERTISING: Dawn Carter, Kris Starr. COVER ART BY: Daniel Horne. Daniel Horne calls his cover painting "Strength in Numbers," pointing out that the best thing you can have when you face a big problem is a friend who will help you solve it. Here, two gnome guards have discovered a qullan in their cavern treasury--and there's only one solution to that problem. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: SPECIAL ATTRACTION Not Human Enough: Humanoids have very simple tastes (and they like the taste of adventurers best). The Dragon's Bestiary: Want some excitement? Let the PCs meet a swamp-orc assassin tribe. - The Readers. Orcs Throw Spells, Too!: Shamans and witch doctors must earn their magic--but the price is steep. - Randal S. Doering. Boulder-Throwers and Humanoid Hordes: The bigger they are, the more you should worry. - Arthur Collins. Hey, Wanna Be a Kobold?: In just seven minutes, we can make you a humanoid. - Joseph Clay. OTHER FEATURES The Ulfjarl's Stone: Was he sent out to die or to live? - fiction by Mickey Zucker Reichert. Role-playing Reviews: The state of the galactic gaming art: GDW's MEGATRAVELLER and SJG's GURPS Space games. - Jim Bambra. The Role of Books: Sorcerers from England, China, and the lands beyond. - John C. Bunnell. The Game Wizards: It's trilogy time! New book releases from TSR, Inc. - Mary Kirchoff. The Role of Computers: Start the New Year on the right disk (or VCR tape). - Hartley, Patricia, and Kirk Lesser. Through the Looking Glass: Brown is a fine color for a horse, but not all the time! - Karen S. Garvin. The Marvel-Phile: A mad scientist and a benevolent sorcerer--on the same super-team. - David Edward Martin. DEPARTMENTS Letters; Forum; Sage Advice; TSR Previews; Gamers Guide; Index to Advertisers; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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    Publicado por TSR, Inc., Lake Geneva, 1987

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    Staple Bound Magazine. Condición: Fine. Denis Beauvais Ilustrador. Lightly Creased; Lightly Chipped. Monthly adventure role-playing aid. 11th Anniversary Issue! African beasts and monsters; Druids and martial arts; Lunar espionage. EDITOR: Roger E. Moore. ASSISTANT EDITOR: Robin Jenkins. FICTION EDITOR: Patrick L. Price. EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eileen Lucas, Barbara G. Young, Georgia Moore. ART DIRECTOR: Roger Raupp. PRODUCTION STAFF: Marilyn Favaro, Gloria Habriga. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Pat Schulz. ADVERTISING: Mary Parkinson. CREATIVE EDITORS: Ed Greenwood, Jeff Grubb. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Denis Beauvais, Richard Cameron, Larry Elmore, Ernie Guanloa, Paul Jaquays, Dwain Meyer, David Nolte, Brandon Peterson, Joseph Pillsbury, Leslie Taha, David Trampier, Richard Tomasic, Rusty Watkins, Marvel Bullpen. COVER ART BY: Denis Beauvais. We wanted to set our 11th anniversary issue off with a bang, but we had no idea that Denis Beauvais's cover would literally set the issue on fire. Denis wrote that he sketched over 40 dragons before settling on this one, which we like to think of as our hallmark. As the convention button says: THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL MAY BE AN ONCOMING DRAGON. GAME TIE-IN: Dragon Magazine was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products. CONTENTS: REGULAR FEATURES The Ecology of the Rot Grub: Even the greatest should beware the very least. - Ed Greenwood. A Step Beyond Shogun . . . : If you need Oriental Adventures information, you'll find it here . . . - David Bunnell. . . . And a Step Beyond That: . . . Or else you'll find it here, from the designer himself. - David "Zeb" Cook. Out of Africa: A collection of demons, beasts, and monsters from African myth and legend. - Charles R. Saunders. Gaming the Dark Continent: AD&D game statistics for twelve of the most dangerous African monsters known. - Roger E. Moore. The Natural Order: More spells for druids, for every season there is. - Arthur Collins. The Sorcerer's Scroll: A few words--and good-bye--from one of the creators. - Gary Gygax. The GM's Ten Commandments: Ten helpful guidelines for keeping your game at its very best. - Rig Volny. Marshalling the Martial Arts: From aikido to wing chun: a world of hand-to-hand warfare. - Wayne Goldsmith and Dan Salas. Operation: Zondraker: Part 1 of a two-part article on espionage on the Moon. - Merle M. Rasmussen. The Leader of the Pack: Leadership and carousing in STAR FRONTIERS games. - Steven E. Williams. The Prince's Birthday: What do you get for a cheerful, adorable, and thoroughly evil child? - Keith Minnion. The Marvel-Phile: If you like a character with brains, try one with a corner on the market. - Jeff Grubb. A Big Book of Little Heroes: A special review of a British tome on miniatures painting. - John C. Bunnell. The Role of Computers: A close look at Might and Magic, and a few other games as well. - Patricia Lesser. The Ultimate Addenda: Got a copy of The Ultimate Powers Book? Get out your red pen . . . - David Edward Martin. DEPARTMENTS Letters; World Gamers Guide; Forum; Sage Advice; Index to Advertisers; TSR Profiles; Gamers Guide; Convention Calendar; Dragonmirth; SnarfQuest; Wormy. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.