Dragon Issue #261

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Cover Date Jul 1999

THE DARK

WIZARDS OF DUSK & GLOOM
Three sects of mysterious shadow mages haunt the twilight of the world.
By Tony Nixon

BY ANY OTHER NAME: DWARVES
When you run out of names from The Hobbit, don’t despair!
By Owen K.C. Stephens

MISCELLANEOUS MISHAPS: OBJECTS D’ART
Your players want to know exactly what treasure they’ve found, now you can tell them.
By Dawn Ibach

THE FALLEN GOD
To escape the city of blood, Fool Wolf must face a hero and a god.
By J. Gregory Keyes

DARK PHOENIX AND PHOENIX
Jean Grey, Rachel Summers, and the awesome power they wield.
By Jeff “Zippy” Quick & Steve Miller

THE TWILIGHT JUNGLE
Beneath the dense canopy of their homeworld, the mysteries of the sesheyans are revealed.
By Stephen Kenson

BAZAAR OF THE BIZARRE
If you have the right magical item, it’s just “Me and My Shadow.”
By Spike Y. Jones

ARCANE LORE
More shadow magic for your sinister spellcasters: “Conjuring in the Half-Dark.”
By Spike Y. Jones

DRAGON ECOLOGIES
The Monster Hunters have underestimated thier quarry in “The Ecology of the Dark Naga.”
By Jonathan M. Richards

DRAGON’S BESTIARY
From the world of the Fallen Lords, “Foes of Muirthemne”
By Peter Whitley

DUNGEON MASTERY
If the power level of your campaign is spinning out of control, try just “A Little Bit of Magic”
By Lloyd Brown III

COLUMNS

THE WYRM’S TURN
by Dave Gross

D-MAIL

CONVENTION CALENDAR

FORUM

PROFILES
by Stephen Kenson

PC PORTRAITS
by George Vrbanic

ROLE MODELS
by J.D. Wiker and Jim Bishop

DUNGEONCRAFT
by Ray Winniger

SAGE ADVICE
by Skip Williams

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