Dragon Issue #414
Editorial: De Planes, De Planes!
By Chris Perkins
Is there room for the Feywild and the Shadowfell in the Great Wheel? Let’s peek behind the curtain and see how the D&D cosmology is shaping up.
History Check: The Iggwilv-Graz’zt Affair
By John “Ross” Rossomangno
Perhaps the greatest love story in D&D lore is the on-again, off-again affair between a demon prince named Graz’zt and the witch-queen Iggwilv.
Bazaar of the Bizarre: From the Attic of Alluvius Ruskin
By Jim Auwaerter
The eccentric Alluvius Ruskin trades in all manner of bizarre planar items, but until now, no one knew that her tower had a secret attic. What does she keep in there, you ask?
Character Themes: Sensates, Ciphers, and Chaosmen
By Dave Chalker
setting introduced the planar factions and their feuding philosophies. Now the mysteries, experiences, and chaos of the multiverse are yours to enjoy!
The Ecology of the Modron
By Brian R. James
Modrons embody perfect order and exist within a rigid hierarchy, but as with all things in the multiverse, there are exceptions to every rule.
Eye on Dark Sun: Slaves of the Oba
By Rodney Thompson
When evil, primal spirits terrorize the citizens of Gulg, the people turn to their mighty sorcerer-king for protection. If only they knew the truth. . . .
Eye on Eberron: Vale of the Inner Sun
By Keith Baker
Some say the Vale of the Inner Sun is a myth, an underground utopia that can be reached only after death. To reach it, one must first contend with the cults of the Dragon Below.
Eye on the Realms: The Lost Dragon of Waterdeep
By Ed Greenwood
There’s a lost dragon in Lord Eagleshield’s mansion. Can you be the first to find it?
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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