Dragon issue 167, Nature can fight back, too, was released in March of 1991. It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms:

The Ecology of the Su-MonsterEdit

By Matthew Schutt, Illustrated by Robert Klasnich. p. 20–22

A scholarly treatise on the Su-Monster. [citation template]

The Dragon's Bestiary: The Thorns that Bite, the Vines that CatchEdit

By Gregg Chamberlain, Illustrated by Scott Burdick. p. 23–26

Vegetative monsters. [citation template]

Curses Are DivineEdit

By Mark Keavney. p. 28

Rules for magical curses.

TSR PreviewsEdit

By Uncredited. p. 34

New products for March and April.

Arcane Lore: Fleshing Out the Bare Bones of Necromancy SpellsEdit

By Jeffrey Pettengill, Illustrated by Terry Dykstra. p. 36–38

Necromancy is a dead art, but these new spells will bring it to life again. [citation template]

Game Wizards: Understanding Undermountain: The King of All DungeonsEdit

By Ed Greenwood. p. 88–89

About Undermountain.

The Role of ComputersEdit

By Hartley Lesser, Patricia Lesser and Kirk Lesser. p. 47



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