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KoDT 166

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 D&D-compatible, 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 #166 (August 2010) TABLE OF CONTENTS

    The Strips

  • Swimming in Money
    • A Games Pit strip: A certain rumor brings Weird Pete more business.
  • Monkey Do
    • Squirrely hires himself out for candy bars.
  • Ditch and Run
    • Bob and Pete do an unexpected favor for an old friend.
  • Monkey See
    • Squirrely's mission is a success. Or is it?
  • The Boy is Back in Town
    • There's going to be an extra player at the table tonight.
  • Monkey M.I.A.
    • What happened to Squirrely?
  • Mine!
    • A Patty's Perps strip: Old habits die hard.
  • And Monkey Takes the Fall
    • B.A. reveals some surprising news.
  • The Lost Strips
    • Lost Strip: Slacker's Hackers
  • Lost Strip: The Orc is Not My Son
    • The young orc's training continues...
  • One-Two Punches

    Feature Articles

  • Get Ready to Rumble {systemless} by Heather O'Malley
  • How to Kick Start a Campaign {systemless} by Matt Ide
  • Expanding the Mage's Codex (Part III) {HackMaster Basic} by Kenzer and Company

    GameMaster's Workshop

  • Bait and Tackle: Generic Adventure Hooks and Encounters for the GM to run with
  • All Things Magic: Sword Hilt Dispenser {systemless} by Barbara Blackburn
  • Casting Call: Olivia Tarling {systemless NPC} by Barbara Blackburn
  • Deadly Trappings: Blind Alley {fantasy; systemless} by Barbara Blackburn
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Cuther, Joller Trill, the Ugly Chomper {systemless NPCs} by Brian M. Sammons
  • Rustlers of the Night: Deep Stalkers {HackMaster Basic} from Kenzer and Company

    Regular Columns

  • Tales from the Table: Actual tales from our readers
  • Web Scryer: 2010 Award Winners surfed by Kenneth Newquist
  • Geek Fu Action Grip: The Gaming Parent: The Dark Side gripped by Mur Lafferty
  • Gaming the Movies: Three Days of the Condor by Jim Davenport


  • Lost Game Safari: Metamorphosis Alpha scouted by Andy Miller
  • Lookin' at Comics: Philly and San Antonio Comic Cons scrutinized by Tony DiGerolamo
  • The “Indy” Game Scene: Atomic Highway explored by Ashok Desai
  • Disks of Wondrous Power: E3 2010 played by Rick Moscatello
  • Off the Shelf: The Broken Sword by Poul Anderson read by Paul Westermeyer
  • Board Squawk: Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer boarded by Anthony DuLac
  • Brian's Picks: Gamemastery Campaign Coins, Hit the Deck, Nile


  • 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

  • Theory B by the Brothers Grimm
  • The Legend of Bill by David Reddick
  • Unnamed cartoons by Scott Krol and Caleb Wallace

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