I bet your writings would fill up half of the Encyclopedia Brittanica if you lined them up end to end. I don't suppose there is one place that lists everything you have written.Allen Varney wrote:I wrote quite a bit for Dragon back in the late 100s and early 200s -- the "Roleplaying Reviews" column (alternating with Rick Swan and Lester Smith), the "Current Clack" news column, and a revived "TSR PROfiles" column that replaced Clack.
I must start to wikify things like Ladders to the Sky. I wonder if I can borrow Night Druid's cloning process!Allen Varney wrote:I also wrote a few articles, such as the Spelljammer article "Ladders to the Sky" and the first published article for the short-lived TSR trading card game Blood Wars.
I do find dragons interesting. If you look at Echohawk's Complete D&D Index, it is amazing to see how many different dragons have been in the game over the years.Allen Varney wrote:My favorite piece for Dragon, aside from some of the reviews, was probably my installment of the occasional series "The Dragon Project," where various writers statted dragons for games that didn't ordinarily have dragons; I wrote up a mutant alligator for Car Wars. And another favorite: And for an April Fool's issue I wrote the article "Dance Steps for Space Hulk," which for some reason didn't take the Warhammer 40,000 world by storm, go figure.
There was a TV show on about a year back that had a bunch of pseudo-science about how a dragon could be a real-life creature. I've forgotten a lot of it, but I believe it was a helium filled critter that burped up napalm!