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Open Gaming Monthly #1

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Here's some of the articles and columns!

16 WorldCraft: Grigoria

Perry Fehr brings us the first location in our 100% shared setting!

26 Briarborn

Complete race with new druid archetype by Brian Berg.

56 Interview with Jennifer Page

We get what’s new with this Geek Icon and talk about everything!

24 Arctic Arsenal

Winter gear every smart player will secure before adventuring north.

42 Winter Wonderland

Alex Riggs delivers some icy spells to freeze your foes.

68 Preparing for Ragnarok

Norse archetypes for only the mightiest of clerics by Joseph Davis.

22 Goggling

Paul Caughell introduces you to this new undead creation.

48 Legendary Locations: Drake’s Hollow

Elven town hidden within a dead volcano in the frigid north by Bret Boyd.

35 Ke’ Aril’s Hunt

Mini-adventure infested with Drow by Joshua Gullion

12 Open Gaming Spotlight

Christina Stiles helps you get to know those who support Open Game Content.

60 The Good, The Bad, The Henchmen

Three New Iconic NPC’s to introduce in your game by Matt Medeiros!

82 BadWrongFun

Nick Esposito brews up some home rules you better use with caution!

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April 11th, 2014
Very cool magazine. I’m not sure that it’s being published any longer as it looks like everything stopped as issue# 5. I had heard that they might move to a quarterly format which would be nice. Anyway, some nice stuff here in Issue #1. O [...]
July 1st, 2013
Magazine content is very focused on OGL materials. It has really good articles, both informative and excellent add-ons to any campaign or world (e.g. Briarborn as new character class or NPC and Drake's Hollow as locale). It's fully colored, nice type-c [...]
April 13th, 2013
I purchased the magazine looking for inspiration in a campaign I was GMing for and I was not disappointed. There are random paragraphs of treasures scattered throughout the magazine which are low value but extremely helpful and inspirational. Rules for [...]
March 11th, 2013
I am more than happy with the debut issue of OGM. The content is very useful and well laid out, and the art is nice overall ( I love the cover!). I will be picking up the next issue, and should the quality hold true many more after that! [...]
Michael T. [Featured Reviewer]
March 7th, 2013
The inaugural March issue of Open Gaming Monthly, presented by D20 PFSRD, has been released by Fat Goblin Games. Editor in chief Rick Hershey explained: Earlier this year, I discussed with John L. Reyst about launching a magazine t [...]
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