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Casket of Fays #9 – a Dragon Warriors RPG fanzineClick to magnify

Casket of Fays #9 – a Dragon Warriors RPG fanzine


The ninth issue of Casket of Fays is here with a distinctly poisonous bent. Within its pages, you will find:

Interview with the Cobwebbed Dragon. Prolific writer and cobwebbed webmaster. 

Bites, Stings, and Venomous Things. New rules for poison in DW.

Weapons of the Thousand Islands. We present the Kris from Damian May's vaults.

Snakes. Those venom rules will come in handy.

Fairy Knight. Will you accept their challenge?

Bearing Arms in Albion. A guide to heraldry within the land of Albion.

Gibbet of Maubignon. A warning to those ne'er do-wells and vagabonds of Chaubrette.

FAQ for Dragon Warriors Pt 1. Every question you ever had about Dragon Warriors answered. (Those that have an answer in part 1, anyway.) From the pen of Dave Morris himself.

Balanced Character Generation. A new way to roll your character up. 

The College of Arms. The headquarters of the King's Heralds. 

This fanzine includes material based on the Dragon Warriors setting, as created by and copyright © Dave Morris and Oliver Johnson, and used according to the terms of the Serpent King Games Fan Policy.

We are not permitted to charge you to use or access this content. This document is not published, endorsed, or officially approved by Serpent King Games.

For more information about Dragon Warriors products and Serpent King Games, please visit their website.

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