Vol. X No. 5 of Dragon Magazine.
Cover Art: "The Pillage of Tantlin" is another in a long line of paintings we've published that illustrate the imagination and artistic skill of Dean Morrissey, who's being doing artwork for us since these gnomes were knee-high to a kobold. What will the guy in the foreground do when he runs out of rocks to step on? Well, he'll cross that bridge when he comes to it... (from the contents page)
This issue featured
Valley of the Earth Mother - An AD&D game adventure for 4-6th level characters, and the regular ARES Section - 16-page spotlight on SF Gaming.
It also listed the "Gamers' Guide," which was an index of all the advertising in the issue and "Coming Attractions," a list of new products from TSR.
Is the press doing its best?
How the press continues to give superficial and misleadeding coverage of gaming and conventions.
Training a-gain, No set plans, The missing number, London paradox, and Dragonchess.
The World Gamers Guide
A listing of, by, and for overseas gamers.
Opinions and observations from our readers.
Realms of Role Playing: Let's start pushing the pendulum the other way
In favor of a different style of gaming: less acting and more action.
All About Gully Dwarves: Grubby and goofy, but loveable just the same
The race on the lowest rung of Krynn\'s demi-human totem pole in the DRAGONLANCE setting of Advanced Dungeons
A Collection of Canines: More dogs than you can throw a stick at
Changes and additions to the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons world\'s roster of dogdom:
Bushdog, Coyote, Dhole,
Nine Wands of Wonder: Wherein Elminster reveals more of the Realms
Distinctive new magic items from the Forgotten Realms setting for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons:
Wands of -
Now That's Firepower!
Valley of the Earth Mother
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure for 4th-6th level PCs. The adventurers must search an abandoned druid
Creating a Cast of NPCs: To do it nice, do more than roll the dice
How to populate your campaign world quickly and coherently.
Passing in the Night
A story of combat in outer space with an unseen enemy.
The AMAZING Stories anthology, the previous issues\' all superhero special, and a request for details on readers\'
Sticks & Stones & Death Machines
A Thousand in One
Tips for expanding your interstellar campaign.
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