Dungeon 209 Compilation

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D&D Insider ArticleDungeon 209
Compilation

By Christopher Perkins, Will Doyle, Aeryn Rudel, Harold Johnson, Jeff R. Leason, and Stephen Radney-MacFarland

This month, we're trying an experiment and publishing the magazines as single PDFs containing the month's worth of articles and adventures.

Talk about this magazine here.

Yan
Montréal, Canada
@Plaguescarred on twitter

Tears of the Crocodile God looks awesome so far. However, was this a mistake?


Slippery Floor
Any character traversing more than 3 squares in a
single move must succeed on a DC 16 Acrobatics
check or fall prone. A character who falls prone adjacent
to a muck pit must immediately make a Reflex
saving throw or slide inside.
 


Reflex saving throw??
Tears of the Crocodile God looks awesome so far. However, was this a mistake?


Slippery Floor
Any character traversing more than 3 squares in a
single move must succeed on a DC 16 Acrobatics
check or fall prone. A character who falls prone adjacent
to a muck pit must immediately make a Reflex
saving throw or slide inside.
 


Reflex saving throw??



Acrobatics check?

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I think the experiment of the compiled issue should be discontinued with Dungeon. The old way, I downloaded each article and then labeled the filename with the level of the adventure. That way, I have a big stash of adventures and it's easy to find one of the level I need quickly. Not so with the compilations. I suppose I could make a spreadsheet to keep track of what issues have appropriate adventures for each level, but I'd prefer to just have the adventures as separate files.

 
Nothing stop you from doing it with compiled issues of Dungeon magazines as well.

For exemple, you can rename the PDF as follow:

Dungeon208/1-3/2-4

Yan
Montréal, Canada
@Plaguescarred on twitter