Dungeon Magazine #90 // Polyhedron Magazine #149 January/February 2002, Fantasy Role-Playing Game Materials for Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition, Fair/Good Condition
This listing is for a vintage copy of Dungeon Magazine #90 for Dungeons & Dragons Third Edition (3E) and the d20 System.
I always looked forward to getting Dungeon Magazine in the mail or at my local hobby shop. It was always packed full of adventures to expand your Dungeons and Dragons game.
Elves and forests don’t always get along. A D&D adventure for 8th-level PCs.
Even death cannot keep the citizens of Luzern from dancing in the street. A D&D adventure for 4th-level PCs.
PREY FOR TYRINTH
She lives in the depths. She lives in the darkness. She lives to kill. A D&D adventure designed for 5th-level PCs but adaptable for levels.
TEARS FOR TWILIGHT HOLLOW
A paladin’s demise brings pain and despair to the village of Twilight Hollow. A D&D Forgotten Realms adventure for 7th-level PCs.
NEW FEATURE! This lycanthropic cleric savors the taste of infidels. A D&D Forgotten Realms Critical Threat.
The cover is in fair condition showing heavy wear and the interior is clean and in Good condition. It definitely shows some wear but it is sturdy and features a great Brom cover!
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.
Most of my packing supplies are reused, so don't be too surprised if you have a combination of paper, airbags, and whatever else I have laying around.
- Item Info/Title: Dungeon Magazine #90
- Publisher/Manufacturer: TSR
- Game System: Dungeons and Dragons (Third Edition;3E)
- Author: Paizo
- No. of Pages:178
- Format: Softcover
- Year Published: 2002
- Series: Dragon Magazine
- Dimensions: 8.5"x11"x0.25"
- Weight: 12 oz
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