Dragon Issue #368
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By Keith Baker
Visit Graywall, a city of monsters from the Eberron campaign setting.
By Rob Heinsoo, Mike Mearls, Jesse Decker, and Rob Schwalb
Our next playtest opportunity is here! Check out the barbarian class from Player's Handbook 2. You can't buy it until 2009, but you can get it here!
By Stephen Schubert
Most DMs fear adding artifacts or other high-powered items to their campaigns, but 4th Edition makes doing so easier than ever without fear of wrecking your game.
By David Noonan
Ready for your campaign, these brand-new artifacts span a range of power and levels.
By Robert J. Schwalb
If you've ever wanted your character to jump into the arena and fight for the ultimate prize -- his life --then you'll want this article, which will enable any character to fight for the greater glory of the crowd.
By Robert J. Schwalb
If you're interested in running a gladiatorial campaign or adventure, these rules will tell you how your players can woo the crowd, as well as offering advice on devising unique gladiatorial games.
By Matthew Sernett
Ruled by a twisted darklord split in half by her terrible betrayal, finding this realm in the Shadowfell isn't that difficult, but escaping is almost impossible.
By Glenn McDonald
This small outpost on the edge of the Mournland is filled with adventure -- and peril.
By Rob Heinsoo and James Wyatt
Rob and James discuss the evolution of the 4th Edition death and dying rules.
By Shelly Mazzanoble
Shelly wonders what happens if she openly advertises her fandom of D&D and tells us all about what happens.
By Chris Tulach
The Living FR campaign is in full swing. Learn more about how to get involved!
By Bill Slavicsek
Bill talks about more of the big decisions being made concerning D&D.
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.