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Jim Rossignol
Recalling Dragon Magazine's comedy D&D spells for made me look them up. (April 1989 edition.)
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Awesomeclaw 4 Jul 17
So Goophus's Grimoire is essentially D&D Twitter?
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Jon South 4 Jul 17
The April issue always had some good stuff. I remember liking the 'water plant' spell and the 'cloak of blending'.
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iucounu 4 Jul 17
Oh god I think I have this edition, randomly the only edition of Dragon I have ever owned
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Stuart Langridge 4 Jul 17
Outrages from the Mages! There was one that was a cloak with a four position switch on the clasp, reading off, chop, mix, and liquefy
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adriana 4 Jul 17
(sorry if it was obvious) but Drawmij = Jim Ward
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Brendan McLEOD 4 Jul 17
oh my goddddd I remember these
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Derek is home from Gen Con 4 Jul 17
I had a comedy monster published in Dragon for one of those April Fools issues. 333 I think was the issue.
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Stuart Thomas 4 Jul 17
I think there was a 'locate hands' spell that only works on your own hands and only when they're still attached to your wrists.
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Jim Rossignol 4 Jul 17
Yep, also Remove Hand spell.
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Wyvern 🐉 4 Jul 17
Replying to @__foxhound
Feign Invisibility sounds like something Kashmere (spelling?) would use.
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Ritchie 4 Jul 17
I owned this issue! Wow, this takes me back a few decades...
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Crowsa Luxemburg 4 Jul 17
hahaha I remember this, god knows what happened to all my old Dragon magazines
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Crowsa Luxemburg 4 Jul 17
Have you got the one where the spell is just "making an iron ball (conglobation; it's a word, look it up)
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Freyja (The Very Model Of An Amazon FC Ambassador) 4 Jul 17
Killing Jim Ward never got old for everyone else, though
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Al Kennedy 4 Jul 17
My players not only once used an April issue spell (Teleport Without Awareness) but used it to beat the bad guy at the end of the campaign.
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Dan Roe 4 Jul 17
I remember Transmute Rock To Stone, whose casting time didn't include the time it took to find out if the spell had worked or not.
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Jim Rossignol 4 Jul 17
bravo
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Dungeon Hole 🐉⚔️🎲 5 Jul 17
that's not a problem, is it?
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Simon 6 Jul 17
There was a Summon Glod spell I saw somewhere Where Glod was a Dwarf who was very annoyed about being constantly summoned
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