Just go listen…it’s all about the lyrics.
D6: Taking a bite out of the dungeon
While this class might seem odd or useless I think it’s classic golden age D&D where anything is possible.
D8: Sexy wood nymphs no more
Over on The Barbaric Frontier M.P. provides us with a horrific take on the dryad.
D10: The only thing we have to fear
An interesting alternative rule for “save for flee” horror effects.
D12: Don’t use rules to be lazy
Although the author focused on 4th edition you could argue the trend started with AD&D or maybe even Greyhawk itself. So when you read it don’t get hung up on the title or the specific game mentioned. Grok the idea.