Demonomicon of Iggwilv: Yeenoghu By Robert J. Schwalb: Unleash the bloodthirsty Demon Prince of Gnolls—and his many loyal followers—on your unsuspecting PCs.
Vor Kragal: Lost City of Bael Turath By Nicolas Logue: This long-dead relic of the ancient tiefling empire is rife with adventure for those willing to brave its dark streets.
Playing Warforged... [click here for more]
3 The Food Issue by Steve Winter Apparently, no one around here likes food.
4 History Check: Dark Arrow Keep by R. A. Salvatore and Bryan Salvatore Dark Arrow Keep is a forbidding sight for those whose travels bring them to the land of the Many-Arrows tribe.
10 Winning Races: Half-Orcs of the May-Arrows Tribe by Shawn Merwin No group benefited more from the peace between orcs and dwarves... [click here for more]
3 Going Dark by Chris Perkins Big changes are in the wind for Dragon and Dungeon. Read it here first.
4 The Lost World by Aeryn "Blackdirge" Rudel We brush away the dust of ages and reveal primordial beasts that lived before the rise of dinosaurs, or after their extinction.
9 Channel Divinity: Nerull by Jon Green A human wizard invented the magical art of necromancy. His name was Nerull.... [click here for more]
There is no "I" in Vecna by Bart Carroll: Bart Carroll talks about the role of the instigator in a group.
Creature Incarnations - Fell Taints by N. Eric Heath: Monster Manual 2 introduced these new aberrant monstrosities, and we’re presenting even more of these
Demonomicon of Iggwilv - Turaglas, the Ebon Maw by Ari Marmell: The Ebon Maw was... [click here for more]
Art of the Kill by Robert J. Schwalb: Assassins lurk around every corner in some games. Now learn how your character can master the art of the silent kill.
Codex of Betrayal: The Butcher of Nessus by Ari Marmell: This article details the archdevil Alloces, creator of some of the Nine Hells' most hideous -- and useful -- monstrous creations.
Confessions... [click here for more]
3 EDITORIAL: "The Fire-eyed Maid of Smoky War," by Steve Winter War is our nominal theme this month, and no one does war like Will Shakespeare. 4 "Sentient Living Spells," by Doug Hyatt and Robert J. Schwalb They don’t eat; they don’t sleep; they don’t breathe. They are living spells. 10 WINNING RACES: "Hobgoblins," by James Auwaerter Conquer the new year with a full racial write-up... [click here for more]