Vol. IV No. 3 of Dragon Magazine, then called "The Dragon."
Cover Art is uncredited.
A couple of cartoons by John Hageman are in this issue.
Problems with subscriptions, notes to contributors, the International Dungeon Design Contest, and notes about
A list of major conventions from September to November \'79.
Random tables to create your own pantheon of gods, and a sample set of deities for Advanced Dungeons &
A variant series of flow charts to try and make learning Source of the Nile easier.
An Ounce of Preparation is Worth a Ton of Paint; A guide to miniature figure painting.
Information about \"an organization formed to provide for the serious study of and dissemination of
The Half-Ogre, Smiting Him Hip and Thigh; a case against creating new character races, and a
Tailoring curses for maximum effect (and cruelty!) to your PCs in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
A number of letters discussing the merits of various articles from previous issues.
Classic Heroes From Fiction & Literature: Roger Zelazny\'s SHADOWJACK and Jack Vance\'s IUCOUNU, THE LAUGHING
Getting your Dungeons & Dragons players to act more like Heroes (and letting them survive longer if they
Adding more life to your Dungeons & Dragons games by using inns and taverns as more than just a place to eat,
Six new Air War: Modern Tactical Air Combat scenarios set in the Vietnam War.
A table listing damage for different sized weapons in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, meant to be used in
Some correction to the \"Awful Green Things From Outer Space\" game from Dragon (Issue 28 - Aug