Dragon Magazine was the house organ for TSR and later Wizards of the Coast It was replaced with HTML articles starting with #, a full PDF magazine. Dragon Issue # Due to licensing restrictions, the PDF Download edition of this issue does not include Phil Foglio's What's New with Phil & Dixie, Class Acts . from Europe is: DRAGON Magazine, TSR Ltd., Church End, Cherry. Hinton, Cambridge CB1 Distribution: DRAGON Magazine is available from game and hobby shops throughout the P.O. Box , St. Ann, MO Roc of Ages.
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There were also three entire Dragon magazines, Classic Campaigns , Campaign Classics , and Campaign Classics: Beyond the World Serpent Inn , dedicated to the same topic.
Bazaar of the Bizarre was a long-running column by various authors. During the print run of Dragon , various comic series and one-panel comics were published. The one-panel comics, most of them by Will McLean , were found in the Dragonmirth section, but some comic strips were published as their own column, with continuity of story line from one issue to the next. These represent some of the oldest and most well-known RPG comics. These are listed below.
Cover of Dragon from Demonomicon of Iggwilv was a column that would examine various Demon princes , along with their associated cults.
A regular feature of Dragon for many years was its "Ecology of Under Paizo's tenure such ecology articles became heavier in "crunch" game mechanics as opposed to "fluff" narrative and description than previously.
Elminster's Guide to the Realms was a column by Ed Greenwood. Elminster's Notebook was a column by Ed Greenwood. The column was written from the perspective of Elminster Aumar , exploring personalities and oddities of the Realms.
This 4th edition series would focus on individuals and locations in the Realms. The articles had a focus "crunch", the game mechanics in Dungeons and Dragons , as well as exploring the backgrounds of artifacts, creatures, classes and spells. Rogues Gallery was a column by various authors.
It was published from January Dragon to August Dragon This series explored the characters of Dungeons and Dragons. It had entries on heros, villains and NPC's from various novels, comics, computer games and adventure modules. Spellcraft was a column by various authors. The series debuted in September Dragon and ended in December Dragon The column was the successor of Arcane Lore , continuing to explore spells and their lore.
The series debuted in January Dragon and ended in April Dragon It was written from the perspective of Volothamp Geddarm as part of his guide book series. It went on hiatus from Issue to Issue It was titled ProFiles after Issue The column was a series of interviews with various authors, designers, artists, editor and key members of TSR, Inc.
The Wizards Three was a column by Ed Greenwood. The series ended in September Dragon Volo's Guide was a column of nine articles by various authors. The series debuted in January Dragon and ended in September Dragon The series debuted in September Dragon and ended in August Dragon The column explained combat tactics and skills of various races and classes, and the best way to fight them.
They were published in issues to Ed Greenwood had his first published article in issue It and all other Greenwood articles published in Dragon are by the original Realms download agreement which applied retroactively to all material published before the summer of considered canonical.
In the magazine's early years, Dragon published five "Best of" issues, reprinting highly regarded articles from The Strategic Review and The Dragon. From to , Dragon Magazine published the Dragon Annual , a thirteenth issue of all new content.
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