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Dragon Reflections #7 – Who Invented D&D?

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The Dragon Issue 7 was published in June 1977. It is 32 pages long, with a cover price of $1.50. In this issue, Gary Gygax gives a controversial account of the origins of D&D.

Dragon Reflections #6: A Star (Trek) is Born

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The Dragon Issue 6 was published in April 1977. It is 32 pages long, with a cover price of $1.50. In this column we see an influential science fiction game designer make his debut.

Dragon Reflections #5: Charting New Directions

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The Dragon Issue 5 was published in March 1977. It is 32 pages long, with a cover price of $1.50. In this issue they start their move to be more than just a "house organ" for TSR games.

Dragon Reflections #4: Talking Tekumel

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The Dragon Issue 4 was published in December 1976. It is 36 pages long, with a cover price of $1.50. This issue focused on a new game that was coming out from TSR: The Empire of the Petal Throne.

Dragon Reflections #3: Controversy Strikes!

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The Dragon Issue #3 was published in October 1976, with a cover price of $1.50. The issue contained the usual mix of fiction (a bit too heavy on the fiction for some readers) and gaming material. One of the more controversial articles of the early years of The Dragon appeared in this issue.

Dragon Reflections #2: Heavy On Fiction But Light On Mechanics

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Today our Dragon Reflections column takes a look at the second issue of The Dragon magazine. This issue was big on fiction from well known names in fantasy fiction, but lighter on gaming content. What was in this issue? Let's look!

Dragon Reflections #1: A New Arrival

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I've played Dungeons & Dragons and other RPGs for most of my life, but it is only recently that I've developed a deep interest in the history of the hobby. It's been a lot of fun learning about these early years - fascinating characters and dramatic events abound!


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