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Dragon #428D&D Insider Article
Ed Greenwood, Aeryn "Blackdirge" Rudel, Jon Green, John Rossomangno, Jeff Morgenroth, Claudio Pozas and Matt Sernett

T his month, getting scared is a kick, even when it’s all for pretend. We proudly present for your gaming pleasure, Dragon #428. Inside you'll find:

  • Scary Stuff, by Steve Winter
  • Backdrop: Westgate, by Erik Scott de Bie
  • Court of Stars: The Wild Hunt, by Aaron Infante-Levy
  • Fright Night, by Steve Winter
  • Channel Divinity: Amon the Wolf, by Tim Eagon
  • Bazaar of the Bizarre: Treasures from the Far Realm, by Eytan Bernstein
  • Rumor Has It, by Skip Williams
  • The Speaking Skull of Themtraver Hall, by Ed Greenwood

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    Sorry to say it, but Beth Trott’s work is pretty bad.
    Cerunnos’ lack of proper shading leaves his flat blending in with his clothes, gear, and background. At the same time his anatomy is supposed to indicate strength but comes across instead as chunky due to poorly applied muscle structure definition. Additionally it is not well represented the antlers and eyes are his vice the hunting helmet.
    A horn similar to The Pusey Horn would have been a better representative of the Celtic origins than a shofar. Although the horn’s spine and ribbing makes it look more as if it could be meant to homage to the horned serpent held in the RW myths.
    Overall, I prefer the representation of either the Legends and Lore (2e) or the MM4 (3.5e).
    Amon suffers from the same flat, chunky look for the same reasons. Additionally his head looks like it has added as an afterthought; appearing to me as being cropped from another wolf image and pasted on this image.... (see all)
      
    Posted By: morandir62 (10/22/2013 12:19:58 PM)
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    I like the art.
      
    Posted By: Carl_the_half_ork (10/22/2013 12:30:46 PM)
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    I think Wolf Abs would make an excellent t-shirt for the fashionably ironic.
      
    Posted By: wetsail (10/23/2013 10:51:50 AM)
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