Add a little mystery and suspense!
Vol. XXII, No. 3
Cover art by Mark Nelson
October traditionally ushers in a horror-themed issue, but this year we\'re taking a slightly different
A collection of letters from our readers.
Our readers discuss the SAGA system, multi-classing, and more!
The Sage takes a brief look at abilities for rogues before delving into the game particulars of various magical
Detective fiction throughout the ages can inspire many a mystery for AD&D game sleuths.
The Red Death spreads its subtle fingers across the globe of Gothic Earth. New source material for any 1890s
Ela\'s Quick Fingers Guild: A new church and thieves\' guild for players of the Birthright campaign or any
Use the story-driven SAGA system to drive the mysteries in your Ravenloft campaign.
Care to visit the graveyard of the gods? A new mystery for planar travelers to explore.
At what price does the apprentice become a master?
The Monster Hunters learn a harsh lesson after their past hunt.
Gaulauntry the thief dragon is a subtle schemer.
More than one hundred little mysteries for the DM to develop.
Need a hand? How about a leg?
Grasping the concept of lawful good characters.