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Description:Good. December 1993 issue. MISSING 1994 release schedule poster...Good. December 1993 issue. MISSING 1994 release schedule poster. Heavy whitening on covers. Pages browning otherwise clean. The December 1993 issue of Dragon Magazine is a special collector's issue and includes the following articles: "Arcane Lore: The Spells of Naz, " pp. 39-41. The missing spellbook of this World of Greyhawk setting wizard. "Bazaar of the Bizarre: Keys to Adventure, " pp. 35-36. Fourteen magical devices to unlock a campaign's mysteries. "The Color of Magic, " pp. 27-29. Not all magic missile spells look alike. Specialized spells for D&D spellcasters. "The Dragon Project: The Galaxy Dragon, " by Bill Slavicsek, pp. 124-126. A rogue Imperial, a prototype warship, and four-armed dragon troopers for Star Wars: The RPG. "Elminster's Notebook: Lord Kuldak Maurancz, " by Ed Greenwood & Gary Williams, pp. 144, 166. Forgotten Realms. The debut of a new feature reveals a page from the mage's personal chronicles. "The Even More Complete Psionicst, " by Jon Winter, pp. 97-101. More character kits for your campaign's warriors of the mind. "Familiar Faces, " by David Howery, pp. 31-33. How would your PC mage like a skunk, lobster, armadillo, stirge, or myconid for her familiar? Improvements to the find familiar spell. "The Known World Grimoire, " by Bruce Heard, pp. 55-62. Winged elves in the Arm of Immortals in Mystara. "Magic from the Gods, " pp. 15-18. Wizard kits for an African campaign. "Making the Most of a Module, " pp. 69-71. Running a published adventure well requires more than just purchasing it. "Minion Matters, " pp. 108-109. Choreographing your campaign's thugs. "Santa's Hidden Helpers: A Holiday Crossword Puzzle, " pp. 52-53. "The Whistling Skeleton, " pp. 44-46. A Dungeon Magazine special insert by Ed Greenwood for AD&D 2e Forgotten Realms, levels 3-5. This musically inclined undead is not what he seems. "The Wizards Three, " by Ed Greenwood, pp. 21-25. More spells from Elminster, Mordenkainen, and Dalamar the Dark.
Description:Fair. 1560767766 This item is pre-owned, current printing...Fair. 1560767766 This item is pre-owned, current printing-acceptable condition-may include notes, markings, underlining, highlighting, bent corners, scuffed edges, creased pages, and shelf wear. Please allow 4-14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Thank you for supporting our small, family-owned business!
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