Dragon Issue #364
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By Robert J. Schwalb
Unleash the bloodthirsty Demon Prince of Gnolls—and his many loyal followers—on your unsuspecting PCs.
By Nicolas Logue
This long-dead relic of the ancient tiefling empire is rife with adventure for those willing to brave its dark streets.
By Chris Sims
Fully realized as a 4th Edition PC race, the warforged are here. New racial feats, rules for warforged components, and more.
By Ari Marmell
Devoted to the demon prince Orcus, the Ashen Covenant believes that victory for their dark lord will come only when he ascends… as the new god of death.
By Nicolas Logue
Long ago, the legendary Maldeen stood up to champion those who could not fight for themselves. Now his order continues this noble cause.
By Mike Mearls
Sure, the Monster Manual is full of the little buggers, but who couldn't use some more kobolds? Introducing the wild mage, vermin handler, and many more varieties.
By Bruce Cordell and Chris Sims
Meet the Bile Spider tribe, an alchemically inclined group of goblins willing to do anything for a necessary reagent.
By Gary Astleford
The deadly hazards of Athas are countless ... but these three will get you started.
By Rodney Thompson
If you're in the market for more illusionist-style wizard powers, look no further.
By Keith Baker
Enter the world of Mordain the Fleshweaver, and discover the horrors of his awful domain.
By James Wyatt
The author of the DMG takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour of the process that went into creating the book.
By Shelly Mazzanoble
Shelly's run her first game. Was her planned bribery of food and drinks necessary?
By Chris Tulach
This month, Chris gives more insider info on the state of the RPGA.
By Bill Slavicsek
Bill talks about the 4th Edition launch and the bright future in store for D&D Insider.
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.