Volume XIV Number 4
Cover by Carl Critchlow
This was the first D&D 3rd Edition issue, and also the first perfect-bound issue and in full color.
"Thanks to words, we have been able to rise above the brutes; and thanks to words, we have often sunk to the level of the demons."
--Aldous Huxley, Adonis and the Alphabet
The table of contents is detailed in the Article list below.
Give your D&D Campaign an Edge.
Voice of the Readers
(D&D 1) People are vanishing from the village of Brookhollow. Can you solve the mystery in time to save your
(D&D 2) Follow a half-forgotten legend to treasures untold and a fiery doom. A D&D adventure for 2nd-level
(D&D 3) The Sherriff of Nottingham and the outlaws of Sherwood Forest share a common enemy. Will an unlikely
8 panel map; reverse side has 4 panel Nottingham Castle and 4 advertisements.
(D&D 3) A stolen jewel leads to the heart of the swamp, where one man\'s thirst for vengeance threatens to
Your Complete Guide to D&D Adventure Design
Volume XIV, Number 4
Cover artist: Carl Critchlow
Includes Sherwood campaign poster map.
This was the first D&D 3rd Edition issue.