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Possibly the best issue of the magazine, ever.


Many, many pages of Dungeon have rolled out over the decades with miles of the titular adventure locales printed in, for every edition of D&D in existence. There have been adventures that run the gamut in quality, that defined each issue's overall worth. But there's nothing like Dungeon #112. Father of all RPGs, Gary Gygax, with input from Rob Kuntz, took WG54 Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure and injected it with nitro. Working from their old campaign notes, they made a "curiosity" type module into a full-blown dungeon crawl par excellence.

The real wizards weren't on any coast, but in Lake Geneva, WI and at the offices of Paizo publications. Thanks guys.

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