Dragon 177 (January, 1992). Cover by William Carman. This cover feels like a throwback to 1982 and I love it. It has that amateur quality. It is also super weird, which is always a plus — I feel like at this point in the magazine’s history, more and more covers are depicting Actual D&D Things, as was the case in the previous issue, with gnolls, leucrotta and elves fighting. This doesn’t feel tied to D&D, so it also feels fresh and mysterious.

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