Kobold Quarterly #9 features an interview that unfortunately is sad and all-too-timely: the last interview with Dave Arneson. Also of interest:
Monte Cook launches a new column, Game Theories
We take a look at the classic bat-demon, Camazotz
Our first dual-stat 3E/4E article offers up the Maedar as a PC race
A reader request for a Kitsune race for 4E is... [click here for more]
The super-sexy Winter 2011 issue is loaded with a high tide of Pathfinder RPG materials, plus the launch of the new Midgard campaign setting. The top-notch materials from the best KQ regulars include:
12 official Paizo magic items for Golarion
Harem Assassin feats and spells for Pathfinder RPG
Potion Miscibility rules for 4th Edition D&D
the Ecology of the Gearforged for the... [click here for more]
The kobold are feeling wicked! Kobold Quarterly issue #17 celebrates the villains, getting right into the meat of things with an article that introduces special arch-nemesis abilities for recurring villains and the PCs who hate them. As they clash again and again, these abilities gain more potent - ultimately legendary - power.
The issue also adapts several classic confidence games and swindles... [click here for more]
Kobold Quarterly issue #20 takes a look at archers, with an elven archer base class for Pathfinder RPG, a shadow fey hunting party on the prowl, and new arrows carrying acid, fog, and razor filaments.
KQ #20 also features Jeff Grubb on the lost elves of Midgard, a Q&A with designer Christina Stiles and a new Zobeck adventure—plus vile Derro ooze magic, planar allies, AGE system specialties,... [click here for more]
Kobold Quarterlyissue #21 takes on the theme of Divine Majesty, with a host of articles to take your campaign into the higher realms, or lower depths.
"The Shaman" introduces a new base class for Pathfinder RPG that gains powers and abilities by unlocking secrets about the natural and spirit worlds. "Daughters of Lilith" presents the ecology of the succubus with... [click here for more]