Dragon magazine 15 was released in June 1978.


Dragon MagicEdit

By Michael Benveniste.

Benveniste gives variant rules for creating spell lists for dragons in the 1st-edition Dungeons & Dragons game.[2]



D&D VariantsEdit


By Richard Morenoff.

This article contains random rules for creating traps.[3]

Random Events Table for Settlements and/or Settled AreasEdit

By N. Robin Crossby.

The article includes rules for randomly building specific events in different locations, such as plagues and blizzards.[4]

Weather in the WildernessEdit

By David Tillery.

David Tillery has developed variant rules for adding weather into any 1st-edition Dungeons & Dragons game. The author gives detailed descriptions of the effects of rainfall and snow.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Timothy J. Kask ed. (June 1978). Dragon #15 (TSR, Inc.), p. 2.
  2. Michael Benveniste (June 1978). “Dragon Magic”. In Timothy J. Kask ed. Dragon #15 (TSR, Inc.), pp. 3–4, 15.
  3. Richard Morenoff (June 1978). “Pits”. In Timothy J. Kask ed. Dragon #15 (TSR, Inc.), p. 5.
  4. N. Robin Crossby (June 1978). “Random Events”. In Timothy J. Kask ed. Dragon #15 (TSR, Inc.), p. 5.
  5. David Tillery (June 1978). “Weather in the Wilderness”. In Timothy J. Kask ed. Dragon #15 (TSR, Inc.), pp. 14–15.

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