Kobold Quarterly 4
Kobold Press(based on 3 ratings)
The 4th issue of KQ rocks out from start to finish! This issue features the Ecology of the Cloaker, an ass-kicking Angel who has literally been through Hell, the deadly Gangs of Zobeck, and the new Mithral Dragon by Paizo's own Mike McArtor!
There's more, of course, including drunken fey, a new type of monster generation, powerful fighter feats, lessons from Arabia, and the popular rules column Ask the Kobold, written by one of the sage designers of 3rd Edition, Skip Williams!
Features a cover by and an interview with 4th Edition artist William O'Connor, plus just a little bit of April foolishness.
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