ⓘ Dragons, Mayfair Games. Dragons includes three linked miniscenarios for character levels 6-9 involving a war between good and evil dragons. It includes suppleme ..

                                     

ⓘ Dragons (Mayfair Games)

Dragons includes three linked miniscenarios for character levels 6-9 involving a war between good and evil dragons. It includes supplementary material on dragons, their biology, clans and culture; a campaign setting description of the Dragonlands; and rules for Dragonlords, a subclass of fighters.

                                     

1. Reception

Ken Rolston reviewed Dragons for Dragon magazine #133 May 1988. He commented: "Given the popularity and money-drawing of dragons as a fantasy feature, its surprising how few decent treatments of dragons have been produced for FRP games. This supplement is exceptional, with lots of detail on dragon statistics, biology, and culture, all with an original campaign setting and three adventures. Glabersons version of dragons and dragon-riders is distinctive and idiosyncratic, and may not fit with many established campaigns. But compared to the relatively drab and generic dragons of most FRP systems, it may be worth adapting your campaign to fit this supplement."

                                     
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