DUNGEON MAGAZINE 028
Dungeon Magazine #028 - Internet Archive
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Dungeon Magazine. Dungeon Adventures, or simply Dungeon, was a magazine targeting consumers of role-playing games, particularly Dungeons & Dragons. It was first published by TSR, Inc. in 1986 as a bimonthly periodical. It went monthly in May 2003 and ceased print publication altogether in September 2007 with Issue 150.
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OverviewHistoryContentDungeon magazine, or simply Dungeon, is one of the two official magazines for source material for the Forgotten Realms, first published in 1986. Its sister publication is the more widely read Dragon magazine.See more on forgottenrealmsom · Text under CC-BY-SA license
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Dungeon Magazine. 1 likes. Dungeon Magazine was a fantastic tool for Dungeon Masters and gamers alike, providing a number of great adventures within every issue.5/5(2)Followers: 1
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The Premier Magazine of Games and Gaming
The Premier Magazine of Games and Gaming It is fun to be unique. It is fun to be part of something unique. Sometimes, though, some of us forget just how strange all of this stuff is to the unitiated. In the eyes of the mainstream of contemporary culture, what we do — play “games” — is decidedly different. Some would even call it strange
7 Excellent Old School D&D Adventures from the Pages of
Feb 20, 2017Dungeon Magazine #35 includes The Ghost of Mistmoor by Leonard Wilson. Written by Leonard Wilson for Dungeon #35 (May 1992). This is a haunted mansion adventure for level 3 characters that was released in the same era as the Ravenloft boxed set. It’s for good aligned characters and at least one priest is recommended, so you know there will be some shadowy stuff pop up.