Dragon Issue #419
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Visit the blighted Mournland and discover the inner workings of sentient living spells. Find out why many consider bladelings to be the ideal soldiers. Equip your game with the engines of war. Plus, the first wielders, hobgoblins, and the Dead Dwarf Mine! We proudly present for your gaming pleasure, Dragon
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Editorial: The Fire-eyed Maid of Smoky War
By Steve Winter
When trumpets blare and crested banners flutter atop lances, it means war has come to your D&D campaign.
Sentient Living Spells
By Doug Hyatt and Robert J. Schwalb
They don’t eat; they don’t sleep; they don’t breathe. They are living spells, and they exist to destroy and consume. Visit the blighted Mournland and discover the inner workings of these sentient monstrosities.
The First Wielders
By Logan Bonner
Some worship the gods, while others bow to devils or dragons. A few follow the Path of Steel, devoting themselves wholly to their weapons. Learn about these weapons and the people who choose this path.
Winning Races: Hobgoblins
By Jim Auwaerter
Conquer the new year with a full racial write-up of these goblinoid bad boys. Being evil makes everything more fun, right?
Winning Races: Bladelings
By Claudio Pozas
They slice, they dice, they shoot spikes out of their skin! Find out why many consider bladelings to be the ideal soldiers in this full racial write-up.
Engines of War
By Claudio Pozas
Killer treants? Deadly chariots? Equip your game with the engines of war to give player characters something to chew on.
Eye on the Realms: Clan Harhund and Dead Dwarf Mine
By Ed Greenwood
A dwarf long ridiculed over his dogged quest for a lost mine has turned up with proof that the mine actually exists. The catch? The “lost” mine is actually just a few feet beneath the cellars of buildings in Saradush, and that information got the dogged dwarf murdered.
Time really does go by when you’re having fun—especially when it’s playing D&D.
This month -- apparently, no one around here likes food.
This month, getting scared is a kick, even when it’s all for pretend.