Volume XVI Number 4
Cover by Wayne Reynolds
Polyhedron cover by Puddnhead
This issue is the first issue produced by Paizo Publishing, but the transaction took place the day before publication, so it was mostly created while at Wizards of the Coast.
The two issues are printed back-to-back; one side has a Dungeon front cover, and if you turn the magazine upside-down, you see a Polyhedron front cover.
This issue is mistakenly number 92 on the spine.
"He was ill a long time. But it was not the horrors of prison life, not the hard labour, the bad food, the shaven head, or the patched clothes that crushed him. What did he care for all those trials and hardships... it was not his shaven head and his fetters he was ashamed of: his pride had been stung to the quick. It was wounded pride that made him ill."
--Fyodor Dostoevsky, Crime and Punishment
The tables of contents are detailed in the Article list below.