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Dungeon Magazine #001

Dungeon Magazine #001

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COVER: Every silver
lining has its cloud,
as KeithParkinson
shows in his portrait
of Flame from
Into 
the Fire.
Keith
researched the
treasures in Flame’s
hoard, borrowingfrom actual 14th-through 18th-century
treasures in Europe.The enraged Flame,of course,is pure
Keith.
ISSUE NO. 1
Out of the dungeon, into the fire
On a forgotten summer day in 1976, a college friend told meabout a wild new game that she was playing in the local stu-dent center at the University of Kentucky. We use beans forour characters, Shelia said. Its hard to imagine that yourbean is really a wizard, but we havent got any figures to play
with yet.
Later on, I found a small boxed copy of this game in a localhobby shop and brought it home. I read all three of the littletan booklets and didnt understand any of it. Such was my
introduction to DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® gaming. I made
Shelia Wise a halfling goddess in later years, in thanks forgetting me started in this mess. Now I have a chance to pass on
the favor to everyone else.DUNGEON Adventures is a new periodical from TSR; Inc.,in which you, the readers, may share your own adventures andscenarios from AD&D® and D&D® gaming with the legions of
other fantasy gamers. Each issue offers a number of fairly
short (but often quite complicated and long-playing) modules,selected from the best we receive.What kind of adventures do you want to see? Were going tooffer as broad a spectrum of material as possible: dungeon
crawls, wilderness camp-outs,
Oriental Adventures
modules,solo quests, tournament designs, BATTLESYSTEM scenarios,
and more. Of course, what we have to offer depends on whatyou send to us. (See our guidelines offer on page 60.)Write in and tell us what you want.
PUBLISHER: Mike CookCONTRIBUTING ARTISTS:
EDITOR: Roger E. Moore
 James Holloway, Dave
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT:
LaForce, Keith Parkinson,Roger Raupp, Jim Roslof,
Eileen Lucas, Karen Martin,
Dave Sutherland, Tim
Georgia Moore, Debbie
Truman, Valerie ValusekPoutsch, Patrick Lucien PricePRODUCTION STAFF: LindaART DIRECTOR: RogerBakk, Kim Lindau, Coileen
Raupp
OMalley, Gloria Szopinski,GRAPHIC DESIGN: Ruth
Carolyn Vanderbilt
Hoyer
ADVERTISING: Mary
ParkinsonSUBSCRIPTIONS: HarrietMeacham, Pat SchulzThe ReadersMichael Ashton andLee SperryPatricia Nead Elrod
 John, Nephew
Anne Gray McCreadyGrant and DavidBoucherCarl Smith
LETTERS
A new magazine, a new
readership, and many new questions.
.2
THE DARK TOWER OF CABILAR
A vampirehas the royal crown  and youve got to
get it back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
ASSAULT ON EDDISTONE POINT
What
happened to the signal tower? Whatwaits for you in the mistymountains?
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.19
GRAKHIRT'S LAIR
The leader of a norkeruprising is free. Go find him! . . . . . .
.28
THE ELVEN HOME
A brief encounter with
an unusual dwelling.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .
38
INTO THE FIRE
The solution to a15-year-old mystery lies in a volcanicmountain range. The last force sent inwas destroyed. Youre next. . . . . . . .
.42
GUARDIANS OF THE TOMB
A silent forest,a lonely shrine, and no survivors. . .
.61
Sorry! I dont want any adventures, thank you. Not today.Bilbo Baggins
The Hobbit,
 J.R.R. Tolkien

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