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  1. M.T. Black

    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...
  2. M.T. Black

    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...
  3. M.T. Black

    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...
  4. M.T. Black

    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...
  5. M.T. Black

    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...
  6. M.T. Black

    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...
  7. M.T. Black

    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...
  8. M.T. Black

    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...
  9. M.T. Black

    Dragon Reflections #33

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 33 in January 1980. It is 64 pages long and has a cover price of $2.50. In this issue, we talk about computer gaming, Gary Gygax defends the D&D magic system, and Roger E. Moore makes his debut! In the editorial, Tim Kask discusses the changing...
  10. M.T. Black

    Dragon Reflections #32

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 32 in December 1979. It is 56 pages long and has a cover price of $2.50. In this issue, we have goblin/insect hybrids, the winner of the International Dungeon Design Contest, and a new monster from Ed Greenwood! Editor Tim Kask welcomes a new staff...
  11. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #31

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 31 in November 1979. It is 56 pages long and has a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, Gary Gygax tells us why you can't game in Middle Earth, Eric Holmes shares an excerpt from his new novel, and Sage Advice makes its debut! Editor Tim Kask states...
  12. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #30

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 30 in October 1979. It is 48 pages long and has a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, TSR tackles the Satanic Panic, we have a new column by Len Lakofka, and Ed Greenwood makes his debut! Editor Tim Kask kicks off the issue by noting that, "DUNGEONS...
  13. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #29

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 29 in September 1979. It is 56 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, a future legend joins the magazine, we talk about race in D&D, and we welcome back everyone's favorite comic strip dragon! Assistant editor Gary "Jake" Jacquet is...
  14. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #28

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 27 in August 1979. It is 59 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, we have the Politics of Hell, the return of Monty Haul, and Awful Green Things from Outer Space! In a short editorial, Tim Kask encourages readers to help dispel the...
  15. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #27

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 27 in July 1979. It is 52 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, The Dragon celebrates a milestone, we explore lots of wargame content, and the Bazaar of the Bizarre introduces us to the bag of wind! This issue marks the beginning of...
  16. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #26

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 26 in June 1979. It is 52 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, we have Giants in the Earth, D&D vs. AD&D, and the Bazaar of the Bizarre! Editor Tim Kask welcomes a new assistant editor to the team. Gary Jaquet, known around the TSR...
  17. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #25

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 25 in May 1979. It is 48 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, we have lots of Gamma World, new vampire variations, and the return of the letters page! Editor Tim Kask informs readers that the letters column, called "Out on a Limb"...
  18. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #24

    TSR Periodicals published The Dragon Issue 24 in April 1979. It is 48 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In a packed issue, we revisit psionics (again), Monty Haul returns, and we finally hear from the readers! Tim Kask discusses the new format of the magazine, the result of a merger...
  19. M.T. Black

    D&D 1E Dragon Reflections #23

    The Dragon Issue 23 was published in March 1979. It is 32 pages long, with a cover price of $2.00. In this issue, we have permanent damage rules, variant rules for En Garde!, and a random fiend generator! In the editorial, Tim Kask discusses the upcoming convention season and notes that...
  20. M.T. Black

    A Guide to RPG Freelance Rates: Part 2 (Layout, Illustration, and Cartography)

    I’ve created this guide to help RPG creators understand the current market rates for freelancers across a range of activities. I recall how hard it was to find this information when I was starting out, so I think there is clearly a need for this sort of a guide. In this installment, I include...
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