The Cobwebbed Forest is but one of many Dragon Warriors landmarks in the Realm of the Interweb and whilst some of these places have long since been abandoned in the years between Dragon Warriors editions, their windswept ruins are still worth exploring for lost treasure.
Note that all of the directions on this page will take you away from the safety of the Cobwebbed Forest and brave explorers should be mindful of the dangers that lurk in the Realm of the Interweb, outside the safe borders of the Cobwebbed Forest.
If you stumble upon troves of Dragon Warriors lore not referenced here or fall prey to unsuitable (or unavailable) content on anything linked from here, please let me know.
Auspicious Dragon Warriors Sites
Incidental Dragon Warriors Sites
Gary Johnson's Fantasy Role-Playing Game Web Page
There is some creative content here that devotees of DW will find interesting, including the Modified Dragon Warriors Rules, looking to 'fix' what Gary Johnson felt was lacking in the original system.
Drifting Pavilion of the Mystagogue (Geocities Archive)
This site contains a considerable number of interesting materials, including some crossover professions from Blood Sword.
Drednort's Dragon Warriors Page (Geocities Archive)
Another site dedicated to the original series of books, the site contains the original Herbalist profession and details of the Rathurbosk.
Amongst other things, The Malgash contains house rules for spell manipulation, increasing primary characteristics, and converting the DragonLance setting to Dragon Warriors. Again, though, this is an old site for the original series of books.
Ars Mysteriorum's RPG Sanctuary
Contains some useful players' reference guides for the basic professions, and the inspiration for my own Reference Guides
Greywulf's Lair (Dragon Warriors)
Whilst the links to the original gamebooks do not work, the 'Dragon Warriors Week' series of articles are worth a read.
Dragon Warriors Repository (Geocities Archive)
This site is mostly a repository of links to other Internet sites hosting and promoting Dragon Warriors materials. As it is an archive site, not all of the links work.
D Wagner's Dragon Warriors Page (Geocities Archive)
Yet another Geocities archive that contains some homebrew rules for critical hits, expanded sorcery, and new equipment.
Anonymous Dragon Warriors Page
An anonymous page hosting links to various resources for the original game, including a skill system, the Priest profession, and using Elves and Dwarves as player characters.
Dragon Warriors Reviews and Blog Posts
Let me know of any others and I'll happily add them. They don't have to be positive, only fair!
- A walkthrough of Dragon Warriors from Charles Akins' blog (part 1)
- A walkthrough of Dragon Warriors from Charles Akins' blog (part 2)
- Review of the original Dragon Warriors books on RPG.net
- Review of the new Dragon Warriors Rulebook on RPG.net
- Review of the new Dragon Warriors Rulebook on Ogrecave.com
- Stargazer's review of the new Dragon Warriors Rulebook
- Review of Dragon Warriors on Underworld Cleaning Service (part 1)
- Review of Dragon Warriors on Underworld Cleaning Service (part 2: Professions)
- Review of Dragon Warriors on Underworld Cleaning Service (part 3: Combat)
- A short review of Dragon Warriors. The value of this page is in the comments...