Kobold Quarterly 1
Kobold Press(based on 14 ratings)
Kobold Quarterly is the scrappy little magazine of Open Design, a tiny journal that covers the world's premiere roleplaying game and the world's best fantasy adventures.
Each issue is written by the industry's best, including many well-known RPG designers from Ed Greenwood to Wolfgang Baur. Each features full-color art by fantasy artists new and familiar.
Kobold Quarterly gives you the finest worldbuilding techniques, great interviews, cartoons, and tested tactical crunch.
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