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KoDT 144

Note: due to the weight of printed material, shipping & handling costs are based upon the pre-discount cover price.

Knights of the Dinner Table is a multiple award-winning magazine featuring the gaming industry’s most popular comic strip, as well as being a full-fledged 80-page monthly magazine featuring d20, HackMaster and other articles for gamers, from a gamer’s perspective. Not only do thousands of gamers read KoDT and share it with their friends, they re-read it cover to cover and then re-read it again. Don't miss this hilarious and hysterical slice of (fantasy) life, and wonderful celebration of the gaming culture!

Check out the editorial preview and KoDT strip "A Fish Story" preview from this issue!



    The Strips

  • No Reply
    • a Hard Eight strip featuring: Tuley and Waco Bob.
  • The No-Shows
    • featuring: B.A. and Sara.
  • The One That Got Away
    • featuring: Weird Pete, Johnny Kizinski, Dave, Brian, Bob, and Stevil.
  • Rogue’s End
    • a Hard Eight strip featuring: Waco Bob, Pete Skipowski, and JoJo Zeke.
  • A Fish Story
    • featuring: B.A., Bob, Dave, Sara, and Brian.
  • Hungry Again
    • a Hard Eight strip featuring: JoJo Zeke and Waco Bob.
  • Broken Axle
    • featuring: B.A., Bob, Dave, Sara, and Brian.
  • One-Two Punches

    GameMaster's Workshop

  • GMW: Good Ol’ Whatzhisname {systemless} by Derek Kagemann
  • Casting Call: Boron Blarth {HackMaster® 4th edition} by Barbara Blackburn
  • All Things Magic: Titan’s Wand {D&D® v3.5 compatible} by Derek Kagemann
  • Bait and Tackle: Generic Adventure Hooks and Encounters for the GM to run with {fantasy; systemless}
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Jason, Alex, and Phillip {modern NPCs; systemless} by Charlie Brooks
  • Deadly Trappings: The Elven Shield of Arms {fantasy; systemless} by Ralph Lagana
  • Rustlers of the Night: Abyssmal Boars {HackMaster} by Brian M. Sammons
  • GMW: Microsoft PowerPoint as a Gaming Aid? {systemless} by Jason Wyant
  • Close Encounters of the Random Kind: Utterly Random Surface Thoughts {systemless} by Brian Smith


  • The Influence Check: Organizations and their Impact on Your Campaign {D&D® v3.5 compatible} by Lloyd Brown III
  • The Quotable Gamer: Cosmic Cows by William Morgal

    Regular Columns

  • Friendly Local Game Store: Underhill’s Games
  • Behind the Curtain: Contributor Biography: Brian Jelke
  • A Hacker’s Guide to Garweeze Wurld: Gord by James Montney
  • Tales from the Table: Actual Home-brewed legends from our readers
  • What We’ve Been Playing by the Kenzer Krew
  • Lost Game Safari: Combots (FASA, 1983) scouted by Andy Miller
  • Lookin' at Comics by Tony Digerolamo
  • Summon Web Scryer: Attack of the RPG Bloggers surfed by Kenneth Newquist
  • Geek Fu Action Grip: One Outta Two Ain’t Bad observed by Mur Lafferty
  • The “Indy” Game Scene: Dog Town reviewed by Ashok Desai
  • Disks of Wondrous Power: Titan Quest, Again reviewed by Rick Moscatello
  • Gaming the Movies: Mystery Men by Jim Davenport
  • Off the Shelf: Dracula by Bram Stoker reviewed by Paul Westermeyer
  • Board Squawk: 2008 Game Gift Guide: Agricola, Power Grid, Wizard, Shadows Over Camelot, and others by Nick Medinger


  • Cries from the Attic: Editorial of a Madman
  • Table Talk: Our Readers Talk Back
  • Game Vine
  • Back Room at the Games Pit
  • Brian's Small Press Picks: Storming the Castle, Intrige, Last Night on Earth
  • Weird Pete's Bulletin Board
  • Parting Shots

    Homebrew Strips

  • Deadly Trappings parody by Caleb Wallace
  • Special Delivery by the Brothers Grimm
  • Unnamed cartoons by Chris Avellone, Indy Bill, Joseph Hellar, and Jolly R. Blackburn

80 pages, $4.99, b&w


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