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I am a subscriber of Dragon (since circa issue 60) and, while finally cataloging my issues, discovered that I am missing 256. It is my hope that the daggone thing was lost in one of my moves and that I might be able to find it again sometime...

But, to the point, that issue holds the second article in the Dungeoncraft series, which is something I was hoping to use in the revitalization of my longtime gaming campaign (I have the issues on either side of it).

So, I went to WotC's site since I was nearly certain that they had downloads of that stuff somewhere. Now, I find that the Dragon/Dungeon stuff is here, but I do not see the DL's.

I suggest either making those Dungeoncraft articles available for Download (see a thread in the General section of your forum as proof that it would (at the very least) generate good will and (probably) would generate new traffic to this site) or create PDF's and sell them for whatever price you decide is an acceptable profit.

These things are good resources and people want 'em.

just a thought

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

LittleMonkey wrote:
I suggest either making those Dungeoncraft articles available for Download (see a thread in the General section of your forum as proof that it would (at the very least) generate good will and (probably) would generate new traffic to this site) or create PDF's and sell them for whatever price you decide is an acceptable profit.

We definitely want to provide back issue content in PDF format. When that will happen is anybody's guess.

In the meantime, Dragon #256 is still available here :-)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Gary Teter wrote:
We definitely want to provide back issue content in PDF format. When that will happen is anybody's guess.

This had actually been awaiting the resolution of some licensing issues, but we now have a green light, so people, including - and some might say especially - Gary, are now actively working on it. We're still assessing the effort, so we don't have a timeline yet, but it's a high priority.

-Vic.
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i was hoping we could get the older doungeons magazines
grey hawk adventures reprinted like the elephants graveyard
and other aventures that was done


Well, that is great news.

Honestly, I had not come to these forums before (so had no experience with them), but had little faith that anyone of note would read it. Clearly, I was way off on that one.

Finally, your comments encourage me, in that it is clear that you guys are working to provide for content in demand, which really stokes it.

Thanks for your responses and I will patiently await the content (or, and the reason why I have not yet purchased another mag for that issue, I will attempt to clean out the attick, basement and garage to find the daggone thing!)

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

LittleMonkey wrote:
Thanks for your responses and I will patiently await the content (or, and the reason why I have not yet purchased another mag for that issue, I will attempt to clean out the attick, basement and garage to find the daggone thing!)

Oh, no, please don't let our vaguely-worded announcements prevent you from buying another copy! Remember, the Paizo store is open 24 hours a day....


LittleMonkey wrote:

Well, that is great news.

Honestly, I had not come to these forums before (so had no experience with them), but had little faith that anyone of note would read it. Clearly, I was way off on that one.

One of the best things about this place is that the "people of note" do indeed read the boards, and participate on them. Isn't it great?

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