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KoDT 162

Subscriber copies are currently scheduled to ship May 11th.

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 gaming 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!

KoDT #162 (April 2010) TABLE OF CONTENTS

    The Strips

  • Rucking Up
    • Bob preps for "Operation Dicekreig."
  • Fury in a Box: 3x3
    • "Operation Dicekreig" gets underway.
  • Court in Session
    • A Games Pit strip: At Gamer Court, Weird Pete lays down the law on Ty.
  • Cat Scratch Alley
    • Bob takes point - but does he find what he expected?
  • The Mother Lode
    • Bob's coming back and he's traveling fat.
  • The Cat Who Was and Was Not There
    • B.A. makes a startling discovery.
  • GameMaster, GameMaster
    • A Games Pit Strip: Gamer Court continues with the "main event."
  • The Prowling
    • It's not just the dice that are lost...
  • Implausible Deniability
    • Nothing to see here...
  • One-Two Punches

    Feature Articles

  • KODT Interviews: {Mark Bartlet, founder of Able Gamer}
  • Beyond the Book: Multiclass Characters {HackMaster Basic} from Kenzer and Company
  • Inside Frandor's Keep: the Broken Hilt tavern {HackMaster Basic} from Kenzer and Company

    GameMaster's Workshop

  • Casting Call: Thelka {expanded HackMaster Basic NPC for Frandor's Keep}
  • All Things Magic: Arrows of Separation {systemless} by Brian M. Sammons
  • Bait and Tackle: Generic Adventure Hooks and Encounters for the GM to run with {systemless}
  • Deadly Trappings: Triple Threat {fantasy; systemless} by Christopher Stogdill
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Kibika, Brendol Dorbren, Dvorn {expanded HackMaster Basic NPCs for Frandor's Keep}
  • Rustlers of the Night: Wolverine {HackMaster Basic} from Kenzer and Company

    Regular Columns

  • Tales from the Table: Actual tales from our readers
  • Web Scryer: Star Wars Saga Edition surfed by Kenneth Newquist
  • Geek Fu Action Grip: That's So Derivative gripped by Mur Lafferty
  • Gaming the Movies: The 13th Warrior gamed by Jim Davenport


  • Lost Game Safari: Doctor Who: the Game of Time and Space scouted by Andy Miller
  • Lookin' at Comics: Emerald City Comicon scrutinized by Tony DiGerolamo
  • The “Indy” Game Scene: Fight! explored by Ashok Desai
  • Disks of Wondrous Power: Dragon Something Something (Part Two) played by Rick Moscatello
  • Board Squawk: The Spiecherstadt boarded by Nick Medinger
  • Off the Shelf: Star Man's Son by Andre Norton read by Greg Hill
  • Brian's Picks: Hunter: the Vigil, The Tome of Secrets, Terrors from Beyond


  • Cries from the Attic: Editorial of a Madman
  • Table Talk: Our Readers Talk Back
  • Weird Pete's Bulletin Board
  • Back Room at the Games Pit
  • Parting Shots

    Other Toons

  • End Game by the Brothers Grimm
  • Unnamed cartoons by Caleb Wallace and Scott Krol

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