Dungeon Issue #95 with Polyhedron #154

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THE JACKAL’S REDEMPTION
Strange, red-armed devil creatures are kidnapping innocent townsfolk, and the town’s guardian is missing A D&D adventure for 9th-level characters.
By Chad MacPhee & Greg Oppedisano

THE WITCH OF SERPENT’S BRIDGE
Sabotage! Workers on the new temple of Kord are being injured or killed at an alarming rate, but is the witch of serpent bridge to blame? A D&D adventure for 3rd-level characters.
By Russell Brown

CRITICAL THREATS: YU’THIOL MANSECHO
The githyanki pursue goals alien to most on the Prime Material Plane. This super agent is prepared to betray anyone to further the Lich Queen’s cause.
By Matthew Sernett

LUST
Heredity can lead you to dangerous and dark deeds, especially if you’re a half-fiend. A D&D Side Trek adventure for 4th-level characters
By J. Bradley Schell

CRITICAL THREATS: KEERSHAZ THE IMP
This once-mighty demon lord has fallen far, but his passion for slaying adventurers can make him a deadly and implacable foe.
By Mike Mearls

PORPHYRY HOUSE HORROR
Only the depraved survive the streets of Scuttlecove for long, but now a dark force has surfaced in the town’s most popular attraction, making even this city crave calmer days. A D&D adventure for 10th-level characters. “Porphyry House Horror” is an adventure featuring mature content in support of the new Book of Vile Darkness. It is presented in a special sealed section.
By James Jacobs

POLYHEDRON v.154

MECHA CRUSADE
By David Noonan

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What is the proper way to open the sealed section in this thing? I don't want to destory content by cutting in the wrong place.


Ross Byers wrote:
What is the proper way to open the sealed section in this thing? I don't want to destory content by cutting in the wrong place.

I used a letter opener, IIRC.


IIRC, you'll also need said letter opener for the individual pages (i.e., every other page) of "The Porphyry House Horror". If you've ever had the pleasure of certain European books, you'll be familiar w/ the letter opener as a necessity...

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