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eBook Dragon Magazine, No. 110 epub
  • ISBN: 0394745620
  • Author: Kim Mohan
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  • Publisher: TSR Hobbies (June 1986)
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Dragon Magazine No. 89 Paperback – September 1, 1984.

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Dragon issue 110, 10th Anniversary Issue, was released in June of 1986. It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms: By Ed Greenwood. The Cult of the Dragon and their creation, the dreaded dracolich. Everything you ever wanted to know about the Realms' most notorious mage (or at least, everything he wants you to know). Includes stats and three new spells. By Leonard Carpenter.

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See contact information and details about Dragon Magazine. At no time did I ever contemplate so great a success or so long a lifespan. Dragon was the launching point for a number of rules, spells, monsters, magic items, and other ideas that were incorporated into later official products of the Dungeons & Dragons game. A prime example is the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, which first became known through a series of Dragon articles in the 1980s by its creator Ed Greenwood. During various Dungeons & Dragons controversies, Dragon featured occasional articles from TSR spokespeople discussing issues from their point of view.

Dragon was one of the two official magazines for source material for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game and associated products; Dungeon was the other. The final printed issue was in September 2007.

Dragon Magazine - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. 83 Books make good gifts. All material published in DRAGON Magazine becomes the exclusive property of the publisher upon publication, unless special arrangements to the contrary are made prior to publication. DRAGON Magazine welcomes unsolicited submissions of written material and artwork; however, no responsibility for such submissions can be assumed by the publisher in any event.

Dragon Magazine, No. 110
Comments: (3)
Enalonasa
A great issue to be sure. The cult of the dragon and the earliest stats for a dracolich are in this issue. The Norse pantheon is touched upon Including the Nidhogg and Loki in here as well. Ed Greenwood's Elminster is statted out with both fluff, hard stats, and even signature spells.
Greenwood's articles in here are great!

Included is an Adventure: The House in the Frozen Lands. In this adventure A baron seeks out a priest in the Icy north to become a consul and hires the party to visit the Priest's house of teaching. Yet not all is right when the party gets there. a very classic style adventure with a good twist. It was published a mere few months before the arrival of Dungeon magazine.

This is a great issue for the value. Any OSR or classic AD&D player/DM should check it out.
Kata
Bought because issue had some Elminster articles. Always good stuff and artwork in these old Dragon magazines. A true to genre rag that helped D&D, role playing in general mainstream.
fightnight
First published in 1986, the 110th issue of “Dragon” magazine ranks as one of the best of the era. From top to bottom, this is a great issue. The highlight is “The House in the Frozen Lands,” a great module from James Adams for 4th-8th level characters which is simply a great adventure. 0 Ed Greenwood offers a nice piece on Elminster and an interesting look at the dracolich and the cults connected to them. There are some fascinating takes on the Norse gods and how they can be brought into a D&D campaign. The magazine launches a new column on computer RPs. There are also a helpful look at underwater adventure in the “Star Frontiers” game and a nice piece on the Ghost Rider for the old TSR Marvel game.
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