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Mithrendain, Citadel of the Feywild By Rodney Thompson: The eladrin are some of the least understood creatures in the world, yet their culture is as deep and storied as any. Get a glimpse into an eladrin city with Mithrendain.

Wish Upon a star By Bruce R. Cordell: Warlocks are a mysterious bunch, but few are as misunderstood as those of the Star Pact.

Ritually speaking By Peter Schaefer: What caster wouldn’t want more rituals? Dig into this feature and discover a number of new ritual options.

Trapped! By Matthew Sernett: What dungeon doesn’t need a good trap or three? In addition to new traps, check out the advice and information on using traps in your game.

Rose keep: A red wizard enclave By Bruce R. Cordell: The Red Wizards were once a highly coordinated group, but those days are gone. Look inside one of the new Red Wizard enclaves here.

Gontal By Bruce R. Cordell and Ed Greenwood: The Realms of 4th Edition have new life this month. The region of Gontal, previously unexplored, is detailed here.

Characters of war by David Noonan: Looking to start up your Scales of War campaign? Consider offering these backgrounds to your players for their new characters.

The bloodghost syndicate by Mike Mearls: This cunning bugbear clan is ready to rule the streets in your campaign.

Roll vs role: Trolls by Bruce R. Cordell and Chris Sims: Roll vs. Role’s newest installment tackles one of D&D’s greatest: the troll.


Editorial by Chris Youngs: Musical Chairs

Design & development: the 100 year leap by Phil Athens and Bruce R. Cordell: Phil and Bruce discuss the philosophy behind the Forgotten Realms timeline shift, as well as other critical decisions regarding the new Realms.

Confessions of a Full-Time Wizard By Shelly Mazzanoble: Shelly continues to describe her first time as a new DM.

RPGA Report By Chris Tulach: This month, Chris tells us more about the Living Forgotten Realms campaign.

Ampersand By Bill Slavicsek: Bill gives a breakdown of our Gen Con coverage and plans for the show.

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Dani J January 21, 2015 1:46 am UTC
I could use a rule-book from 4th ed, you know. Then, I'd gladly indulge myself in other supplements as well.
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Andrew K January 24, 2015 8:39 pm UTC
That's a good point. If the site sold the core 3E and 4E rule books, it would make the 3E and 4E accessories it does sell accessible.

I wonder if anyone from Wizards reads these posts?
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Andrew K January 20, 2015 2:17 pm UTC
Enough with the magazines! More BECMI modules and the rest of the rule books would be most appreciated!
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