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Legends & Lore 
Class Design Concepts

By Mike Mearls

You’ve seen the monk now, hopefully, and you’ve played a bit with expertise dice. But how do weapons, spells, and abilities intersect in a class such as the paladin? Mike explores whacking things, blowing things up with magic, and getting things done in this week’s column.

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This Week in D&D
Spotlight Interview
Temple of the Sky God

By Greg Blisland

The latest D&D Lair Assault: Temple of the Sky God, is set to launch December 1st. Astride the legendary Mounts of Wind, your brave heroes venture into a corrupted temple in the clouds. Will the party survive the battle with the dark force that dwells there, or will they fall before the temple's new master?

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Epic Campain
War of Eternal Darkness

By Aaron Williams

Epic Campain is (usually, but not always) the tale of one Krozat the Mighty, as he strives for his place among the heroes of legend. The only problem is, he’s dead. Those who carry on his name (as well as carry around his bones) find their destinies entwined with his… even if he’s not fully around to appreciate it. As we move ahead to War of Everlasting Darkness, the party has left the Underdark and returned to the surface world, with their latest exploits related by their friendly local bard (of dubious rhyming).

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D&D News 
Against the Cult of Chaos: Two Ways to Play

By D&D Team

The current D&D Encounters season, War of Everlasting Darkness, is now underway—but we're looking ahead to next year, and an exciting new way to play D&D Encounters. Our next D&D Encounters season premieres on February 6, 2013. Entitled Against the Cult of Chaos, this new adventure takes inspiration from classics such as Village of Hommlet and Against the Cult of the Reptile God. Not only does this new story feature characters and locations from beloved past adventures, but there's another compelling reason to participate.

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