Dragon Magazine #94 February 1985, Fantasy Role-Playing Game Materials Mostly for Dungeons & Dragons and AD&D 1st Edition Very Good Condition
This listing is for a vintage copy of Dragon Magazine #94 published in February 1985 by TSR.
Dragon Magazine was the premier magazine for role-playing games. It ceased print publication in 2007 but lives on in a digital format. I always looked forward to getting Dragon Magazine in the mail or at my local hobby shop. It was always packed full of fun stuff to expand your Dungeons and Dragons game. Sometimes it even had information on other TSR games and occasional articles on other companies' games. It also had short stories, comics, and reviews.
In the early days, some of the luminaries of the game, like Gary Gygax, would contribute an article or two. A good time was always had by all!
DescriptionThis 96-page issue includes the following content:
43 Creature Catalog II
Eighteen more new monsters for AD&D® game adventures
8 Official changes for rangers E. Gary Gygax
The long-awaited tracking rules, and more
10 An army travels on its stomach Katharine Kerr
Even fantasy armies must live by the laws of the land
18 Same dice, different odds David G. Weeks
Divided rolls produce more unpredictable results
22 Reptiliad Attack wins big Dan Sample & Kim Eastland
Color photos of the Masters champ from the Miniature Open
24 The ecology of the chimera Ed Greenwood
The three-headed terror and its even more horrible relative
32 Playing in the modern era Game review by Arlen P. Walker
The many virtues and few faults of the MS&PE system
41 My Honor Is My Life Tracy Hickman
Background for DRAGONLANCE campaigns: The Knights of Solamnia
56 Fortunes of a Fool Nicholas Yermakov
Wherein a man and his frog are not soon enough parted
82 The Gun That Shot Too Straight Ralph Roberts
Sooner or later, this story will hit the spot
88 World Gamers Guide
Our first listing of, by, and for overseas gamers
3 Letters 35 Convention calendar 89 Wormy
6 The forum 64 Coming Attractions 93 Dragonmirth
3 7 The Role of Books 65 The ARES Section 94 Snarfquest
The first Clyde Caldwell painting we've published in more than a year is this striking portrait of a female ranger. The model was Jeanne Stanley of Winston-Salem, N.C., who met Clyde when both of them were attending the 1984 GEN CON® Game Convention.
This vintage magazine is in Good to Very Good condition. The cover shows corner rounding, edge wear, creasing, and wear at the fold. The inside is nice, clean, and lightly worn. A few page corners are folded.
Please note, that I have only graded the magazine for any major flaws. If you are concerned about the specific condition or want to make sure it has a specific article or module, please contact me and I will go over the magazine with a fine-tooth comb!
Please look at the pictures and contact me if you have any questions.
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- Item Info/Title: Dragon Magazine #94
- Publisher/Manufacturer: TSR
- Game System: Various
- Author: Various
- No. of Pages: 96
- Format: Magazine
- Year Published: 1985
- Dimensions: 8.5x11x0.2"
- Weight: 8 oz