WereDragon Magazine #1 PDF
WereDragon Magazine(based on 3 ratings)
This, the inaugural issue of WereDragon Magazine, promises to be chock-full of useful articles and fun adventures.
We have an adventure with a mad wizard named Mog, a super adventure involving creepy puppets, and more. There is also a wonderful article that any player having trouble with character backgrounds will find extremely useful—those that aren't having trouble might get a few new ideas. Our pages are also graced with wonderful art and some great comics. We also have a Gen Con and a virtual gaming table review for you as well.
All of these—plus some things you might not expect to see in a gaming magazine—are waiting for you in this issue!
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Product Reviews (3)
Illusions and detection spells?,
So Brawler's Flurry and feat prerequisites,
Sacred Summons, "Exactly match"?,
NPC Codex 2 Request,
Starfinder Demo Team NDA MIA,
Shield Champion Question,
Fort Rannick rant / advice,
Paladin build question,
Paizo Blog: Announcing Ultimate Add-On Decks!,
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