Category Archives: Dungeon Magazine

Dungeon Magazine #7

A couple of potentially decent setting adventures in this issue. Several offer a more open-ended play style without railroading that makes them more interesting to me.. They are also going to take A LOT of work to turn in to … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #6

There’s a whole lot of ‘set things up to screw the party over’ stuff in this issue. L.A.M.E. The wilderness crawl the end is ok, as if the concept of the non-eucledian dungeon … that’s well worth stealing to do … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #5

Highlight: The Kappa of Pachee Bridge I still don’t know what the purpose of these reviews is so I’m not sure what to highlight and what to complain about. I’m currently on a “synopsis & abstract with a couple of … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #3

Hey! I found issue #3 tucked inside a different issues cover! Yeah me! I think this is a pretty strong issue, overall. Many of the adventures seem to tie in to the Wilderness Survival Guide through the use of bullshit … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #4

Nice Horne cover. This is the first truly useless issue. The adventures have little to no redeeming qualities: nothing of academic interest, little to steal, and uninvolved. And all of this AFTER you read from the editor how tough it … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #2

Uh … nice thong? This seems to be a stronger issue than #1, although half of the adventures are … unusual. It’s important to remember that Dungeon Magazine is still in 1e land, 2e not having appeared yet. A cursory … Continue reading

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Dungeon Magazine #1

I’m a supporter of the OSR and strongly believe that a decent percentage of the newer products outshine the adventures published back in the Good Old Days. But, content is content and I’ve not seen many reviews of Dungeon magazine. … Continue reading

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