Vol. 1 No. 3 of Dragon Magazine, then called "The Dragon."
Cover Art by John Seaton/Ivor M. Janci.
This was the first issue with a Contents list.
Talk about the role of fiction in fantasy gaming and The Dragon.
Gygax talks about possibly the earliest science fiction wargame, a PBM by Tullio Proni from 1966.
Bringing the Distaff Gamer into Basic Dungeons & Dragons.
In part 3, Dunstan, in his naivete, has cast his lot in with a band of scurrilous cutthroats, believing them to be
Tables to randomly determine background history for characters in Dungeons & Dragons.
Or How Not To Listen At Doorways...
A listing of the different companies producing miniatures, with the pros and cons of each.
A column where D & D and EPT DMs can send in their names and addresses to be listed.
The first letters column for The Dragon.
Three new unofficial NPC classes: Healers, Scribes and Samurai for Dungeons & Dragons.
Bringing D&D Dwarves more in line with the Dwarves in Tolkien\'s LotR.
An ongoing comic strip carried over from The Strategic Review.
This new class is highly experimental. Although the requirements appear low, only the boys in the 16-plus club are
Idiots and Jesters for Dungeons & Dragons.
Questions about the Tournament, and a list of the winners.