Dragon Issue #372
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By Chris Sims
Learn about playing a member of one of the Shadowfell's most compelling races.
By Matthew Sernett
Rahesh, the long-dead capital of a lost empire ruled by undead, has been unearthed. Now the Scholars of Sin study the city's ancient necromantic secrets -- for better or for worse.
By Ari Marmell
This new recurring feature introduces the followers of Bane -- and their dark master. What does it mean to worship Bane, and how do non-evil followers reconcile their beliefs with those of this deity?
By Robert J. Schwalb
What are your character's ambitions? To become one with the force of the storm? To rule in Hell? These and other planar epic destinies can be yours.
By Ed Greenwood
Explore this bustling city on the continent of Returned Abeir in the Forgotten Realms.
By Matthew Sernett
Dungeon Delve arrives on shelves soon, and if you're not sure if this book is for you, check out this article. It will give you plenty of unique ways to use this new book to add variety to your game.
By James Wyatt
James talks about the half-orc and gnome -- why they didn't make the cut for the Player's Handbook and why they're back for PH2!
By Mike Mearls and Chris Sims
At this year's D&D Experience, R&D presented the following seminar on Monster Design—creating new and custom-tailored creatures for your game.
By Stephen Radney-MacFarland and Chris Sims
On the last morning of this year's D&D Experience 2009, R&D ran the gauntlet of an open Q&A forum.
By Shelly Mazzanoble
Shelly wants a job in R&D, and she's going to get it.
By Bart Carroll and Steve Winter
A look back at D&D through past editions.
By Chris Tulach
The Living FR campaign is in full swing. Learn more about how to get involved!
By Bill Slavicsek
Bill previews another upcoming release and discusses more of the changes in store for D&D in 2009.
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.