Dragon Issue #405
By Christopher Perkins
This month’s dual theme is fey and magic. Can you name the classic TSR adventure featuring leprechauns, magical hedge mazes, and star-crossed lovers that gave root to the Feywild?
History Check: Rary the Traitor and the Circle of Eight
By Sterling Hershey
When Rary slew Otiluke and turned his back on the Circle of Eight, it marked the end of the most famous adventuring party in Dungeons & Dragons history.
Heroic Tier Rituals
by Robert J. Schwalb
Many classic D&D spells get the ritual treatment at last! Now you can animate ropes, call woodland beings, shape stone, create exploding glyphs, and more.
Character Themes: Heroes of the Moonshaes
By Matt James
Resplendent in their stark beauty, the rocky islands known as the Moonshaes are home to some of the fiercest heroes in all of Toril, including the feywardens of Sarifal and the dragoons of Callidyrr. Now you can play them!
Character Themes: Born from the Feywild
By Logan Bonner
Join the Wild Hunt astride a great black steed, or turn the tables on your fomorian overlords by stealing their evil power.
Making Race Count, Part 2
By Robert J. Schwalb and Matt Sernett
Fortune favors the fey! New racial utility powers give you more reasons to love being an eladrin, elf, or drow.
Class Acts: Swordmage—The Winterguard of Cendriane
By Tim Eagon
Next time the monsters are giving you a hard time, bust out some new spells created by the Winterguard swordmages, defenders of an icy prison in the Feywild.
Nerathi Legends: The Knights of Rethmil
By Richard Baker
On the shore of the Sea of Dragons lies an ancient kingdom threatened by the tyranny of the Iron Circle. Meet the valiant knights who stand in the way of Asmodeus’s greatest triumph.
Confessions of a Full-Time Wizard
By Shelly Mazzanoble
R&D’s “Player-in-Chief” lets loose her inner geek.
By Bart Carroll
Take a trip through past editions of the D&D game, and see how its iconic features have evolved over the decades.
Time really does go by when you’re having fun—especially when it’s playing D&D.
This month -- apparently, no one around here likes food.
This month, getting scared is a kick, even when it’s all for pretend.
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