Dragon magazine 172, Dungeons are not for the faint of heart, was released in August 1991.[1]It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms:

Seeing the Sights in Skullport[edit | edit source]

By Ed Greenwood and Steven E. Schend. Artwork by Marcus Manuel. p. 10–15, 88

Expanding the city from the Ruins of Undermountain boxed set.[citation template]

Index[edit | edit source]

Aekyl DafyreShradin MulophorMalakuth TabuirrVhondryl

The Dragon's Bestiary: Attention: Underground adversaries seeking heroes to bash[edit | edit source]

By Anthony Gerard, Costa Valhouli and Spike Y. Jones. p. 16–18

New monsters for Undermountain. [citation template]

The Ecology of the Galeb Duhr[edit | edit source]

By Robert Isaacson. p. 20-25

A scholarly treatise on the Galeb Duhr. [citation template]

TSR Previews[edit | edit source]

By Uncredited. p. 32

New products for August and September.

The Role of Computers[edit | edit source]

By Hartley Lesser, Patricia Lesser and Kirk Lesser. p. 62

Clue Corner: Hillsfar. [citation template]

Completing the Complete Fighter[edit | edit source]

By David Howery. p. 74

Additional kits for fighters.

Playing the Crowd[edit | edit source]

By Thomas M. Kane. p. 78

Oratory and mob rule in your AD&D campaign.

Lone Wolves[edit | edit source]

By Ed Greenwood. p. 98–100

Two powerful wayfarers who travel the Forgotten Realms alone. [citation template]

Appendix[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Roger E. Moore ed. (August 1991). Dragon #172 (TSR, Inc.), p. 4.

Connections[edit | edit source]

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