Dragon Issue #377
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By Bruce R. Cordell
Featuring commentary from the staff that worked on the new psion class, this article supports the psion class debut in the D&D Character Builder and Compendium.
By Robert J. Schwalb
The githyanki city has been profiled before, but visit it for the first time in 4th Edition. This article supports the Scales of War Adventure Path in Dungeon.
By Jennifer Clarke Wilkes
The arcanists of Eberron have their own unique take on familiars. Explore new options for your artificer or other arcane character.
By Robert J. Schwalb
The members of this organization seek justice in all things. This article features new feats, magic items, and paragon paths for your retribution specialist.
By Logan Bonner
It's often difficult to find more ways to use those Huge minis in your collection, but this Bestiary focuses on providing more options for the biggest of foes.
By Matthew Sernett
Airspur, city of genasi, is one of the Forgotten Realms' newest. Learn more about Airspur in the first of a multi-part series on the city.
By Bruce R. Cordell
The ranger is one of the most popular strikers in the game. Get some new options for your two-weapon fighting ranger, courtesy of the Verdant Silence organization.
By R&D Staff
Learn about the goals and design challenges involved with 4th Edition's newest power source.
By R&D Staff
The new Eberron Campaign Guide is here. Get the inside scoop on the design of 4th Edition Eberron here.
By Shelly Mazzanoble
D&D's "Player-in-Chief" shares more of her wisdom and insight.
By Bart Carroll and Steve Winter
A look back at D&D through past editions.
By Chris Tulach
Check out the latest information on our organized play programs!
By Bill Slavicsek
Bill discusses more of the changes in store for D&D in 2009.
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