History YMMV / DRAGON

5th Jan '15 12:48:25 PM nombretomado
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: #359, the extra-large final print issue, which brought back lots of contributors from years past like Ed Greenwood and PhilFoglio, gave a few retired features one last hurrah ("The Wizards Three", the Monster Hunters' Society), and was basically one huge celebration of the magazine's 30-year history.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: #359, the extra-large final print issue, which brought back lots of contributors from years past like Ed Greenwood and PhilFoglio, Creator/PhilFoglio, gave a few retired features one last hurrah ("The Wizards Three", the Monster Hunters' Society), and was basically one huge celebration of the magazine's 30-year history.
30th Nov '14 9:55:54 AM allium
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* TheScrappy: A lot of fans ''hated'' the April Fool's Day issues from early in the magazine's run, which were usually full of unusable "joke" material and unfunny parodies ("Valley Elf" was particularly infamous). Thankfully, this changed in the Paizo years, when the April issues were merely eclectic ("Ninjas! Pirates! Dinosaurs!"). They still did humor--Erik Mona (the editor-in-chief) just wasn't too fond of, for instance, tarty beholders being wooed by plump knights. Their humour was more subtle.

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* TheScrappy: A lot of fans ''hated'' the April Fool's Day issues from early in the magazine's run, which were usually full of unusable "joke" material and unfunny parodies ("Valley Elf" was particularly infamous). Thankfully, this changed in the Paizo years, when the April issues were merely eclectic ("Ninjas! Pirates! Dinosaurs!"). They still did humor--Erik Mona (the editor-in-chief) just wasn't too fond of, for instance, [[http://index.rpg.net/display-entry.phtml?mainid=7666 tarty beholders being wooed by plump knights.knights]]. Their humour was more subtle.
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