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Dragon issue 200 was released in December of 1993. It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms:

Magic from the GodsEdit

By Michael John Wybo II. Artwork by Mark Nelson. pp. 14-18

Wizard kits for an African campaign, who use magic given by the gods. The baule diviner can also appear in the Al-Qadim campaign setting.[template]

The Wizards Three: Once more the threeEdit

By Ed Greenwood. Artwork by Dan Burr. pp. 20-25

The archmages Elminster, Mordenkainen of Oerth and Dalamar of Krynn meet once more in Ed Greenwood's house to exchange spells, this time surprised by an appearance of the Simbul.[template]

SpellsEdit

Shadow boltSlowspellAcid boltsMordenkainen's involuntary wizardryBonebindBloodstarsLightning stormAlamanther's returnTempestcone

Familiar FacesEdit

By David Howery. Artwork by Mark Nelson. pp. 30-33

This article expands upon the find familiar spell for the 2nd edition by providing new ideas for familiars for different kinds of wizards.[template]

The Whistling SkeletonEdit

By Ed Greenwood. Artwork by P. L. Wolf. pp. 43-46

A short adventure scenario in the northern Heartlands.[template]

CharactersEdit

AldegundRatharrBelaerzynYathruinRilithinnAmaristee
Mentioned only: Sumbral the Mystical

SpellEdit

Spelltouch

The Even More Complete PsionicistEdit

By Jon Winter. Artwork by Karen L. Wann. pp. 97-101

Seven psionicist kits for 2nd edition.[template]

KitsEdit

MountebankCrystalliteDowserEmpathManipulatorPsychic surgeonSpiritualist

Non-weapon proficienciesEdit

Body language • Camouflage • Pharmacy • Seance • Sleight of hand • Water divining

Elminster's Notebook #1: Lord Kuldak MauranczEdit

By Ed Greenwood. Artwork by Gary M. Williams. pp. 144-145, 166

Elminster's recounts his visit of Kuldak Maurancz, Lord of Cragmyr near Beregost in his - according to rumor haunted - keep.[template]

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