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An in-depth examination and clarification of how psionics work in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
 
An in-depth examination and clarification of how psionics work in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
   
==The Ecology of the [[Mind Flayer]]==
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==Overhauling the system: A three-part remedy for problems with psionics==
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: ''By [[Robert M. Schroeck]].'' '''p. 22'''
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A variant system for psionics in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons incorporating a gradual progression in gaining psionic ability, a slow atrophy for not using psionics, and changes to psionic combat.
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==The [[Ecolog]] of the Mind Flayer==
 
: ''By [[Roger E. Moore]].'' '''p. 66-68'''
 
: ''By [[Roger E. Moore]].'' '''p. 66-68'''
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A scholarly treatise on the [[Mind Flayer]]. {{drsup|78/Ecology of the Mind Flayer}}
   
 
==Spells can be psionic, too: How and why magic resembles mental powers==
 
==Spells can be psionic, too: How and why magic resembles mental powers==
 
: ''By [[Kim Mohan]].'' '''p. 70'''
 
: ''By [[Kim Mohan]].'' '''p. 70'''
 
A look at the "Spells Resembling Psionic Powers" and the interaction between magic and psionics in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
 
A look at the "Spells Resembling Psionic Powers" and the interaction between magic and psionics in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.
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==Appendix==
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===Connections===
 
{{Dragon magazine list}}
 
{{Dragon magazine list}}
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Revision as of 15:55, April 30, 2018

Dragon issue 78 was released in October of 1983. It contained the following articles related to the Forgotten Realms:

Psionics is different...And that's putting it rather mildly

By Arthur Collins. p. 7

An in-depth examination and clarification of how psionics work in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.

Overhauling the system: A three-part remedy for problems with psionics

By Robert M. Schroeck. p. 22

A variant system for psionics in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons incorporating a gradual progression in gaining psionic ability, a slow atrophy for not using psionics, and changes to psionic combat.

The Ecolog of the Mind Flayer

By Roger E. Moore. p. 66-68

A scholarly treatise on the Mind Flayer. [citation template]

Spells can be psionic, too: How and why magic resembles mental powers

By Kim Mohan. p. 70

A look at the "Spells Resembling Psionic Powers" and the interaction between magic and psionics in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.

Appendix

Connections

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