Thread: Dragon Crunch Index
27th August 2008, 10:21 PM #1
Dragon Crunch Index
For my own purposes I have put together a list of feats, magic items, monsters, paragon paths, epic destinies, powers, races & classes in the dragon magazines. So far I have gone through issues 364 and 365. I haven't noticed any similar projects on the forum so I thought I would share what I ahve so far. The plan is to keep the lists updated on a monthly basis when the compilation pdf is available.
PLease let me know if I have left anything out and if there are any errors.
Kouk at the Gleemax forums has been doing a similar project for the Dungeon E-Magazines . You can find his thread here:
The Hidden Gems of Dungeon e-Magazine - Wizards Community
I have also added monster keywords at his suggestion.
Updated to include the Dragon Magazines up to 371, Dragon 372 will be added on the weekend, after the compilation goes live on Friday.
I have left the file with the pre-subscription info up for those that are interested.
Last edited by Phaezen; 22nd February 2009 at 08:51 PM. Reason: Updated file 04-09-08
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Interesting, indexes like this one are always appreciated and a huge time-saver. Thanks
On a completely off-topic comment: "Dragon Crunch" sounds like the breakfast cereal of choice for your typical D&Der. At least it would be mine
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I am checking with him now, as it will be a bit redundant for two serperate people to do the same work, that and I am naturally lazy .
Know the difference (volume 3):
* "Breath" - noun, rhymes with "death". "Breathe" - verb, sounds much like "Eve".
* "Loose" - opposite of "tight". "Lose" - opposite of "gain" or "win".
* It's "per se", not "persay"
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This is a useful project. Thanks.
I would say this is the sort of thing worth a sticky.
This'd be nice in the Wiki. Then anyone could contribute to maintaining it.
Some updates, including the work done by Kouk on the Dungeon Magazines
very minor nitpick. The last three items are from Dungeon and it is spelled Dunfeon in the spreadsheet.
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