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Dungeon #221D&D Insider Article
Jon Leitheusser, Thomas M. Reid, Daniel Helmick, Christopher Perkins

T he time has come to say farewell, but not goodbye. We proudly present, for your gaming pleasure, Dungeon #221. Inside you'll find:

  • Editorial: Waiting For 222 by Christopher Perkins
  • Lowdown in Highport by Thomas M. Reid
  • Vainglorious by Daniel Helmick
  • The Battle of Emridy Meadows by Jon Leitheusser & Christopher Perkins

Plus, illustrations by Zoltan Boros, Christopher Burdett, Wayne England, Paul (Prof.) Herbert, Craig J Spearing, Francis Tsai, Ben Wootten, and cartography by Jared Blando, Jason A. Engle, Sean Macdonald.

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    wow. i was just going to get membership just so that i could read dungeon.. but if it's going away..
    Posted By: yanger (2/17/2014 8:05:07 PM)


    Yes, I'd love to know exactly what you wizards chaps think we're paying out subscription for? Not the online tools or the compendium alone, surely?
    Posted By: gideonpepys (1/11/2014 11:14:48 AM)


    I just renewed in October, and didn't know then what was going to happen with D and D Insider, so I hope that there will be something in the works.
    Posted By: Diamondfist (1/8/2014 8:59:00 PM)


    The last magazine, and I've got 6 months still paid for. A pro-rate deal sounds nice.
    Posted By: Prom (1/8/2014 7:15:10 PM)


    I agree with the comments here...sad to see Dragon go on haitus, and you guys should relook at the costs temporarily for those of us who have subscriptions. Mine expires in Feb, and I would keep it going for the DnD 4E tools, which we play, but your cost should be dramatically reduced for no more access to the magazines. Please look at this as a way to invest in goodwill to those 4E players who have gotten the shaft over the past 2 years. Thanks!
    Posted By: The_Roc (1/8/2014 4:14:21 PM)


    Agreed Mr_Miscellany, I was really hoping to get this last one and after hearing that these were going to be on hold, I stopped my subscription, thinking I would at least pick up this last one. Oh well.
    Posted By: Joshua_Belden (1/8/2014 3:22:01 PM)


    I can't even download this article as the download keeps timing out due to a network error. At least it's letting me download it as I cancelled my subscription in December as they said no more magazines after December.
    Posted By: IceBear (1/8/2014 8:36:03 AM)


    Can we get some information about what will happen to the outstanding months of subscription please? Will they be rolled over to when the subscriptions relaunch? Nothing in the subscription renewal email, nothing in the editorial... the little detail of what happens to the money we paid in good faith may not matter to you, but it does to us.

    Despite superficial appearances, I say the above and the following with genuine goodwill, as feedback I urge you to take for the sake of the brand (if not the game):

    Given the long months of broken promises, missing features, and a periodical that despite much lower production and distribution costs was both far inferior to the printed magazines it replaced (including many months of not even getting the basic courtesy of a compilation) and in your own words "looks like it fell off an assembly line", I hope you offer those who have stuck with you some kind of recognition - and reward - down the track.

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    Posted By: Anthrope (1/8/2014 8:20:03 AM)


    It's disappointing that I kept my subscription through December in the hopes of being able to access the last issue. You guys sure don't make it easy.
    Posted By: Mr_Miscellany (1/8/2014 3:16:37 AM)



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