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    Default Dragonlance articles to be in March issue of Dragon Magazine #421

    From the Coming Next Month section of this month's Dragon Magazine #420;

    You Say Dragonborn, I Say Draconian

    by Daniel Helmick

    You say you’d like to play a bozak or kapak draconian? Now you can, with these dragonborn racial variants.


    Legendary Items of Krynn

    By Daniel Helmick

    The Heroes of the Lance wielded many legendary weapons during their epic war against the dragon highlords.








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    I suppose I could look around the internet for the answer to my question, and I might do that later at some point in time.

    But I did sign up for the forums to chat wih people who have a similar interest.

    Is Dragon magazne a physical magazine or is it published in a digital only format?

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    At this point, Dragon Magazine is online only. Issue 359 was the last printed issue.

    On one hand it's kind of a shame, it doesn't have the same feel to own a digital magazine then to own a physical object...but it,s great for storage (provided that your computer doesn't crash or that you have an offline backup).

    In my case, it doesn't affect me, since I only have older 1st and 2nd edition issues, and maybe 3-5 3rd edition issues.
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    Talking March 2013 Dragon Magazine is Dragonlance!

    February's Dragon Magazinr contained tidbits of next month's Dragon, and it is very clear it will be Dragonlance! The article tidbits were for alternate versions of the Dragonborn to represent Draconians (yay!) as well as Legendary Items of Krynn (double yay!) plus more.

    Very exciting times! What are your thoughts?
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    There's already a thread about it in the community
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    Gaming is the more appropriate place for this, as the articles listed are games articles, and Dragon is a gaming magazine.
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    I agree with you, it's more of a 'gaming' topic then a 'community' topic.

    I simply indicated there was another one, as forumites try to avoid creating multi-thread about the same topic.


    That being said, I'm not all that well versed in 4th ed...in fact I know next to nothing. But somehow, I have difficulty seing the Dragonborn racial template as a good substitute for Draconian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallis the Silver Blaze View Post
    February's Dragon Magazinr contained tidbits of next month's Dragon, and it is very clear it will be Dragonlance! The article tidbits were for alternate versions of the Dragonborn to represent Draconians (yay!) as well as Legendary Items of Krynn (double yay!) plus more.

    Very exciting times! What are your thoughts?
    Well, given that I tried to send an article about draconians as a new race, *and* another article as a Dragonborn subrace, and was rejected, I'd like to see how it'll be done in this article.

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    I'm excited about the draconian article. That should be good.

    I do wonder, though, if my kender article made it. No word yet!
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    And now the two threads are one. Carry on!
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