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    Dragon Reflections #41

    My apologies - as others have pointed out, Gygax was responding to articles in a range of issues, not just issue #39.
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    Dragon Reflections #41

    Dragon Publishing released The Dragon issue 41 in September 1980. It is 80 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have The Halls of Beoll-Dur, Tomb Tappers, and the revenge of Gary Gygax! Editor Jake Jaquet muses on the reasons that role-playing games have recently...
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    Dragon Reflections #40

    It's a real pleasure to hear from you, Jon! I'm pleased to hear you are still gaming and still creating. So often when I review old Dragon magazine articles I think, "Where are they now?"
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    Dragon Reflections #40

    Dragon Publishing released The Dragon issue 40 in August 1980. It is 86 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have death rites, more Awful Green Things from Outer Space, and Dragon's first Runequest article! Editor Jake Jaquet reflects on Origins '80, attended by the...
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    Dragon Reflections #39

    Dragon Publishing released The Dragon issue 39 in July 1980. It is 78 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have a Top Secret adventure, lots of new magic items, and a feature on women in gaming! Editor Jake Jaquet spends the editorial discussing some minor things: they...
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    Dragon Reflections #38

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon issue 38 in June 1980. It is 74 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we have the secret history of Top Secret, a guide to the seven magical planets, and Gary Gygax explaining the concept of good! Astute readers will notice a change in...
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    Dragon Reflections #37

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon issue 37 in May 1980. It is 72 pages long and has a cover price of $3.00. In this issue, we travel the planes with Ed Greenwood, get a sneak peek at the upcoming World of Greyhawk, and explore the Pit of the Oracle! First up, I'll mention the delightful...
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    Dragon Reflections #36

    How did your players respond to negative experience points? Sounds like they were sorta ok with it
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    Dragon Reflections #36

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon issue 36 in April 1980. It is 72 pages long and has a cover price of $2.50. In this issue, we have a draconic sub-race, mature content in D&D, and statistics for Conan! The magazine does not explicitly mention it, but this is Tim Kask's last issue with TSR...
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    Dragon Reflections #35

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon issue 35 in March 1980. It is 64 pages long and has a cover price of $2.50. In this issue, we have Traveller variants, a new take on experience points, and big news from Tim Kask! In his "Dragon Grumbles" column, Kask is ebullient about the growth in the...
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    Dragon Reflections #34

    It was so peculiar. I never understood why the option existed when you already had multi-classing rules.
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    Podcast #122: Nazi Dracula Must Die! with Justice Arman

    Yeah, from what I can see, if you don't fund within the first day or two, you get very little organic traffic from Kickstarter. Lesson learned.
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    Podcast #122: Nazi Dracula Must Die! with Justice Arman

    Thanks! There is an audience for this product, and we are committed to bringing it to life.
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    Dragon Reflections #34

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 34 in February 1980. It is 73 pages long and has a cover price of $2.50. In this issue, we have lots of articles about the Divine Right boardgame, a new column dedicated to traps, and "Doomkeep," a dungeon by Brian Blume! This issue contains seven...
  15. M.T. Black

    How To Promote Your RPG Kickstarter

    This has been extremely useful - thank you very much, Russ.
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