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it's 10 o'clock...
 
 

..do you know where issue 1 is? we certainly don't.

we lost it in a shuffle years back, and although we're not all that eager to see it again, it'd be really nice to have a complete library.

if you should happen to have a copy of this relic, please email us to let us know.

 
 
 
 
   
  a few words
 

prior to our attempt to establish ourselves as an online destination for sf/f/h fans, dragonsworn was a series of downloadable magazines based on Robert Jordan's 'The Wheel of Time'.

magazines were several megabytes in size, featuring animations & interactive layouts, with poetry, articles, fiction, and features concerning the WoT universe. The magazine was abandoned after our move to a more general format, over 5 years ago now.

however, dragonsworn currently has plans to release i8 in early 2004. please see the sidebar for more information. In the meantime we invite you to browse our back issues.

 
   
  i7, 09.98
 
issue 7 was our last release, more than half a decade now. a more polished issue, it featured more content, and elimnated scrollbars in favour of a newspaper oriented layout. i7 featured the Wheel of Time animation artist, Waffleboy. in addition, i7 shipped with one of two music packs: hard, and soft. download whichever you please and unzip it in the same file as the issue. to replace packs, just overwrite.
 
   
  i6, 02.98
 
issue 6 was our first release on a white background with an increased resolution. the issue features acclaimed Wheel of Time artist Warren Tsang. i6 shipped with one of two music packs: hard, and soft. download whichever you please and unzip it in the same file as the issue. to replace packs, just overwrite.
 
   
  i5, 11.97
 
an artistically strong release, issue 5 was the forerunner of the dragonsworn look which still continues today. the issue features the 'Wheel of Time Trailer Project'
 
 
dragonsworn i8
 
 

that's right, after 5 long years without an issue, dragonsworn currently has plans to release an eighth wheel of time magazine, sometime in early 2004.

we would like to hear your suggestions on what you would like to see in the new issue. in addition, we're currently looking for content submissions, including articles, and poetry. don't hesitate to email us

we'll post more news about i8, as soon as we have it. look for a comrephensive page before we begin the groundwork.