Since we made a new page, I figured I could go ahead and post the other half of the Catastrophic Dragons article. I hope you folks will forgive me. Bestiary: Catastrophic Dragons Part 2 Catastrophic Breeding Catastrophic Dragons rampage for many reasons; rage, avarice, sheer love of wanton destruction. But first and foremost, they rampage to reproduce.

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History[ edit ] Unlike its sister magazine, Dungeon took a while for TSR to come up with it - a good 10 years, in fact! They would print the 63rd through to 93rd issues themselves, before licensing it to Paizo in late As with Dragon, on April 18, , it was announced that the September issue of Dungeon would be its final Paizo produced issue. The first 97 volumes were bi-monthly, but issues were monthly. It resumed its bi-monthly publishing rate for issues , but afterwards resumed a monthly publishing date until its ultimate death.

Content[ edit ] Unlike the eclectic mix of content in Dragon, Dungeon was focused on a single thing: adventuring. Dungeon usually ran four or five modules every issue. From , Paizo began including episodic, multi-part adventures, referred to as " Adventure Paths ", which were designed to take a group of player characters from the beginning of their adventuring careers 1st level through epic levels 20th and above. WotC would publish one such adventure path for 4e; Scales of War.

The formula changed from its previous "adventures only" content in , as a result of editor Erik Mona. From issue on, each issue included three adventures, one each for low, medium, and high levels. A few issues each year also contained another substantial article which provided further details on the setting of one of the adventures.

Following the adventures and articles, many issues included the three-page "Dungeoncraft" column, at the time written by Monte Cook, as well as a handful of shorter articles on various subjects, collectively titled the "Campaign Workbook". Articles aimed at DMs that had previously appeared in Dragon, such as the "Save My Campaign" advice column, monster stats, and monster lore articles like the Demonomicon of Iggwilv , Court of Stars , Codex of Betrayal and Lords of Chaos , switched over to appear in Dungeon instead.

Towards the end, some of these would change back over, but it led to a certain amount of confusion. Shackled City Adventure Path[ edit ] This book collects all the parts of the Shackled City adventure and adds new content to it.

The book is notoriously rare due to legal problems with reprinting it and never officially seeing a PDF release. This book can be considered the counterpart to Dragon Compendium.


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