Join us for thrills, spills and a few chills in our spooky Halloween issue. Inside we talk to R.A. Salvatore about Hero, the new Drizzt novel and the making of an unlikely drow legend, plus we take an in-depth look at Neverwinter’s brand new Sea of Moving Ice storyline. Lone Shark Games reveal Widows Walk, the highly anticipated expansion for the Betrayal at House on the Hill board game and how it can be used to inspire your own D&D adventures. We delve into Dungeonology, a beginner’s guide to the Forgotten Realms with author Matt Forbeck and the King’s Road publishing team, plus Chris Lindsay updates Deadstone Cleft with a Ravenloft-style card reading foretelling a giant-sized encounter.
We’ll go into the field for some creature spotting with previews from Volo’s Guide to Monsters featuring the hag and slithering tracker, and there’s a brand-new entry from the Best of the DMs Guild, with the chilling Journey Through the Center of the Underdark.
All this plus Halloween specials on pumpkin carving, how to create your own D&D costumes, Dressing the Dungeon Master and all our regulars like Sage Advice, Unearthed Arcana, map of the month, video and audio highlights, and much more!
Platforms: iOS, Android, Web
Available : end October 2016
ISSUE 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Letter from the Editor
Bart Carroll recollects his first encounter with Dragon magazine.
Deadstone Cleft: One Night in Castle Ravenloft
Christopher Lindsay asks you to cross his palm with silver for a Ravenloft-style card reading leading to a giant-sized encounter.
Imagining the Ampersand
Master artisan Ray Villafane reveals the art of pumpkin carving and the making of this month’s spooky Stuff-Stuff cover.
Betrayal at Dungeon on the Hill
Shelly Mazzanoble and esteemed guests explore the Widow’s Walk expansion for the classic board game Betrayal at House on the Hill.
Delving into Dungeonlogy
Authors Matt Forbeck and Adam Lee and the King’s Road publishing team talk you through this innovative beginner’s guide to the Forgotten Realms.
Dressing the Dungeon Master
Costumiers Meris Mullaley and Amanda Sharpe reveal the innermost secrets of Chris Perkins’ sumptuous Golden Dragon costume.
Creative Halloween Cosplay
Dice, Camera, Action’s Holly Conrad shows you terrifying tips to make your D&D-themed costume stand out from the Halloween crowd.
An Unlikely Hero
R.A. Salvatore talks about the forging of an unlikely drow hero and the epic conclusion to the Homecoming trilogy.
The Best of DMs Guild
Meet creator Tony Petrecca as we descend into the depths and take a Journey Through the Center of the Underdark.
Volo’s Guide to Monsters
The …erm esteemed lore master explores the unpredictable hag and the oozing terror of the slithering tracker.
The Sea of Moving Ice
Lead designer Thomas Foss sets sail to track down the Ring of Winter in the climactic finale to Neverwinter’s Storm King’s Thunder campaign.
Demogorgon Prince of Demons
Stranger Things has brought D&D’s demon to a brand new audience and Shannon Appelcline traces his evolution through the ages.
Maps of the Months!
A selection of maps you may have missed, plus one of the great maps from Dungeon.
Jason Thompson presents another classic episode featuring Storm King’s Thunder.
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