By Christopher Perkins & Greg Bilsland
The submission window is now open, and here’s what we’d like to see: more Dragonlance proposals. No, really.
Howl at the Moon
By Robert J. Schwalb
Lycanthropy isn’t so much a “curse” as a rockin’ good excuse to tear your enemies to pieces with fangs and claws. Introducing new character themes for hirsute characters.
Lil’ Flame: Fold-Up Dragon
By Emi Tanji
And now for something a little different: a cute, fold-up paper dragon modeled after Dungeon’s magazine classic red dragon villain, Flame.
Bazaar of the Bizarre: Thingamajigs of the Barrier Peaks
By David Chalker
Nothing good ever came out of the Barrier Peaks . . . until now. If you’re ready to introduce futuristic alien weaponry to your campaign, this article is for you.
Dungeons have a primal allure to the inveterate adventurer in all of us. This month, discover the masters of the alluring dungeons, rare Underdark poisons, and the ecology of the gargoyle. Plus, the Inn of the Welcome Wench!
"Dying is easy; comedy is hard." Those words weren't penned for roleplayers, but they could have been. This month: satyrs, tinker gnomes, and unique character backgrounds!
Make multiclass characters in a whole new way. Face the cold wrath of Cryonax, the Evil Elemental Prince of Cold. Release the mephits! PLUS: Draconian character options and magic items of Krynn.