Dungeons & Dragons: The Dragon Compendium, Volume 1

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For three decades, Dragon magazine has been the official monthly resource for Dungeons & Dragons players. Many monster, classes and even campaign settings that have gone on to define the modern game first appeared in Dragon's pages, and a history of the magazine is a history of the game itself. The Dragon Compendium collects the most popular classic articles from throughout Dragon magazine's proud history, all updated to the current edition of the D&D rules. Selected with the input of current and former ...

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For three decades, Dragon magazine has been the official monthly resource for Dungeons & Dragons players. Many monster, classes and even campaign settings that have gone on to define the modern game first appeared in Dragon's pages, and a history of the magazine is a history of the game itself. The Dragon Compendium collects the most popular classic articles from throughout Dragon magazine's proud history, all updated to the current edition of the D&D rules. Selected with the input of current and former editors and D&D fans across the world, the articles in this 256-page volume are proven favorites-material you will want to reference again and again.

From new DBD publisher Paizo Publishing!

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  • ISBN-13: 9780977007141
  • Publisher: Paizo Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/15/2006
  • Series: Dungeons and Dragons Series
  • Pages: 256
  • Age range: 8 years
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2005

    EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED

    I got my copy of the Dragon Compendium Vol 1 the other and after looking it over I am EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED. Erik, I hope you are reading these posts to hear comments from your fan base. When I heard of the 'Dragon Compendium' I was expecting primarily material from classical issues from Dragon Magazine way back in the day and updated for the current 3.5e system. Instead, I get another huge list of races, feats, prestige classes, etc. that we get ALL THE TIME. I mean, do the editors (or whomever put this together) realize how many feats and prestige classes are already out there in the recent 3.5e literature. We have been bombarded with these, the sheer number is unbelievable. Someone in your design group should have compiled a current number of how many feats and presitge classes have been put out in Dragon Magazine, hard backs, website, etc. There must be dozens and dozens and dozens. I was extremely discouraged with the number of articles pre-dating the 2000-2006 era. Most of these issues are easily available at the local library or by purchase on Paizo.com. The older issues, and in my opinion, the CLASSIC ISSUES were entirely under represented. The bias towards the newer articles was blatant and painfully obvious, and reading some of the posts a number of other members feel the same as I. I feel robbed at purchasing this volume and it was a kick in the teeth for a player who's been playing D&D since 1979. What about the classic articles you read about all the time but you can never get your hands on: (i) discussions between Mordenkainen, Dalamar, and Elminster, (ii) details of Zagyg and the classic imprisonment of the nine demigods, (iii) the intricacies of the outer planes (Nine Hells, Abyss, Pandemonium, etc.), etc. Where were all the historical articles? Where were all the classical characters reinstalled in the 3.5e system. You totally lost me on this one and I'm not going to pre- order the next volume but rather wait this time and see how everyone feels about it. I apologize for the length of this diatribe, but I had to vent as it was brewing all night. Sincerely yours, I am disgruntled, disappointed, and frankly I feel cheated and betrayed... It was definitely not worth the money I paid! Darin

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