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5/5

Thanks to this issue of Dragon, I went out and bought all of the Bas Lag books...China Mieville will totally change the way you look at fantasy. "Perdido Street Station" was an awesome read, and I'm currently working the book "Iron Council". Seriously, check out Mieville as well as this issue...you won't be disappointed!!!


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Issue #35

5/5

This issue is really wild. "Ghost of Mistmoor" and "Green Lady's Sorrow" are some really good adventures.


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Issue #27

5/5

Good magazine for one adventure in particular...

"The School of Nekros"...WOW...If you're into the Forgotten Realms (like I am), and you like using the Cult of the Dragon (like I do), then you have to use this adventure. A school full of necromancers and a dracolich...good luck!


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Issue #38

5/5

A killer magazine....every adventure in this issue is a true must-play.

"Pandora's Apprentice" is an excellent first-adventure to either get the party together, or to have a small adventure in a city.

"Things That Go Bump..." can go several different ways...good story, lots of adventure, requires a lot of thinking on the part of the PC's.


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Issue #45

5/5

This issue of Dungeon is, in my opinion, one of the best issues of Dungeon ever....and that's not an exaggeration. It contains two outstanding adventures in "All Things Nice" and "Prism Keep".

"All Things Nice" is just a side trek adventure, but it can be used in sooo many ways. I've used it in several different adventures that I've ran over the years.

"Prism Keep" is one of Rich Baker's best works. A challenging adventure, it can take many twists and turns depending on how your characters play it.

If you are a D&D player and/or a collector of Dungeon magazine, this issue is a must-have.