Kobold Quarterly’s Fourth Issue Teems With Promise, Gnomes

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Kq004cover500Kq004cover500The sole remaining professional roleplaying game magazine, Kobold Quarterly became number one by beheading all of its competitors in spectacular urban swordfights.

Actually, the talent-heavy KQ has thrived by occupying Dragon Magazine’s foolishly squandered niche and recruiting a lot of great writers left similarly dumbfounded by Wizards’ decision to take Dragon online.

Issue #4 highlights:

  • Ecology of the Cloaker
  • a feature on a powerful angel
  • the gangs of Zobeck
  • how to improve gnomes
  • an interview with 4th Edition D&D artist William O’Connor
  • fighter feats
  • the full stats for mithral dragons.
  • the “Secret Adventure Naming Tables”

    But wait! If you subscribe to KQ before April 18th, you’ll receive a free PDF of the Havenmine Gauntlet, a mini-adventure written by Adam Daigle and produced by Highmoon Media Productions.

    KQ subscriptions run $16 for PDFs or $35.99 for paper + PDF, a little more outside the U.S.

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