Dragon Issue #290
Includes part four of the giant Forgotten Realms map.
RED SAILS: TEMPESTS ON THE STEPPES
RED SAILS: SUN & EARTH
RED SAILS: FELL & FORELORN
IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN
LIFE OF THE PARTY
CITIES OF THE AGES: NOVGOROD
ROGUES GALLERY: DESCENT INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH
CLASS ACTS: THE JUSTICAR
FAITHS OF FAERÛN: THE SENSATES OF SHARESS
THE PLAYS THE THING
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Product Reviews (1)
Paladins and Torture,
Blatantly wild speculation about game mechanics!,
Tamoachan room 33 -- DMs ONLY!,
dragon has me grappled do i still count as flanking?,
PVP Session, Arcanist Advice Needed!,
PFS Alignment, Ethics Question,
Paizo Blog: Unveiling a New Starfinder Race: The Vesk!,
Deep 6 FaWtL,
Discipline Blade Shapes ~ War Soul,
Planescape Campaign Idea,
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