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Scourge of the Sword Coast by Tito Leati
Dungeon Master's Guide Rules Supplement: Campaign Sourcebook and Catacomb Guide
Paul Jaquays - 1990
We've included dozens of helpful tips to help you better organize your games, design adventures, and make your NPCs come to life. In addition, we've included a number of settings for unusual dungeons. In short, there's something for everybody in this exciting addition to the AD&D game system.
Dark Sun Creature Catalog
Richard Baker - 2010
It also contains other hazards and threats found in the desert wastelands and dungeon tombs of Athas. The creatures and threats presented herein make worthy encounters for Athasian heroes or the heroes in your “homebrew” D&D® campaign.
The Empyrean Odyssey
Thomas M. Reid - 2011
But before she can complete a mission in that besieged city, Aliisza finds herself in the one place a demon would never want to go, no matter how sure she is of her wits and cunning: the very heart of Celestia. But Aliisza soon discovers that being held captive in Celestia is just a distraction for a far deeper and more deadly scheme. One that threatens all of the Forgotten Realms® world. One that, as much as she hates to admit it, the angels of Celestia really should know about. But how is she going to convince the angels that she, a demon, could have more in mind than destruction?The Empyrean Odyssey features the return of popular characters Alissza and Kaanyr Vhok, from Thomas Reid’s Insurrection, the first book in The New York Times bestselling series R.A. Salvatore’s The War of the Spider Queen. Forgotten Realms fans won’t want to miss the truly Realms-shaking events of this epic tale of two fiends struggling to escape the heart of a deeply troubled Celestia.
Core Rulebook Gift Set
Wizards of the Coast - 2018
All rules and reference required to play the world's greatest roleplaying game.The Dungeons & Dragons gift set includes a copy of all three core rulebooks and a Dungeon Master's Screen, everything you need to create and play adventures of your own in the world's greatest roleplaying game.
The Official Pokemon Encyclopedia
Pokemon - 2016
Become a true Pokemon expert with this ultimate guide to the Pokemon animated series! 272 pages jam-packed with Pokemon stories, lessons, facts and figures, this amazing book features Pokedex references of each explored region, and the Pokemon encountered throughout Ash's incredible journey. The Pokemon Encyclopedia is the definitive reference for key characters, battles and places - it's an absolute must-have for all Pokemon fans. Immerse yourself in the Pokemon universe and learn the highest levels of Pokemon training. Gotta catch 'em all!Author BiographyPokemon is a global phenomenon. As well as celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016, it also released two brand new games Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. In November 2018, Pokemon will be releasing two new games on the Nintendo Switch - Let's Go, Pikachu and Let's Go, Eevee - and May 2019 sees the release of Detective Pikachu on the big screens. - The Official Pokemon Encyclopedia By Pokemon (Hardback)
Tower of the Hand: A Flight of Sorrows
Marc N. Kleinhenz - 2012
There has been nearly a metric ton of essays, forum posts, and encyclopedia entries logged at the site to date, all designed to give the hardest of the core fan the most rewarding experience possible while reading George R.R. Martin's seminal novels.And now we’re taking all those years of mastery and applying them to an ebook.“Tower of the Hand: A Flight of Sorrows” takes five of the site's most prolific authors - including its two founders - and draws out their best, most in-depth work yet. Unlike other “Ice and Fire” compendiums, the focus of these essays is on the narrative, character, and thematic elements of the story itself, as opposed to the literary aspects surrounding the books.Even better, the TOTH editors are joined by some of their good friends, who just so happen to be leading voices in the “Game of Thrones” community: A Podcast of Ice and Fire co-hosts Amin Javadi and Mimi Hoshut, WinterIsComing.net founder Phil Bicking, and “A Feast of Ice and Fire” co-author Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, along with noted fantasy editor and author Douglas Cohen.Altogether, the book’s eight authors (and two special guests) cover a wide gamut of subjects and perspectives, from the most obvious to the most subtle, challenging readers to look at the novels they love so much in entirely new - and more enriching - ways.
Eberron Campaign Guide: A 4th Edition D&D Supplement
James WyattScott Fitzgerald Gray - 2009
This exciting world is complete with soaring cities, viscious wars, and a gritty mean-streets style that harkens back to the traditions of film noir.The Eberron campaign setting is updated into the 4th edition D&D family with the Eberron Campaign Guide. Featuring all of the character elements from the core rulebooks, this updated version of the Eberron world is a must for any gamer that likes the magic-as-technology, film noir, high-adventure campaign setting that was chosen from over 15,000 game submissions.
Rebels & Tyrants (Dragonlance: Tales of the Fifth Age #3)
Margaret Weis - 2000
In this collection, Don Perrin offers the story of a family of minotaurs cursed by Sargonnas to repeat their heinous crime of betrayal year after year after year. The god himself enjoys materializing to savor their torment. Until one year, Sargonnas doesn't show up . . . Plus tales of rebels, tyrants, and other inhabitants of the wondrous world of Dragonlance by best-selling authors Margaret Weis, Richard A. Knaak, Nancy Varian Berberick, Paul B. Thompson, Chris Pierson, and Linda P. Baker in a new installment of the long-running short story series celebrating its fifteenth anniversary.
City of the Lost
Mary H. Herbert - 2003
One of the author's previous titles, "The Clandestine Circle," introduced this character to Dragonlance readers. This new title and trilogy will advance the story of the world after the events of the best-selling War of Souls trilogy and will also introduce a major new villain to the setting.
Player's Option: Skills & Powers (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Rulebook, 2154)
Dale Donovan - 1995
Player's Option Rulebooks present an alternative approach to AD&D characters. Custom-craft your next PC, selecting the profession, skills, and abilities you want! Characters can even have additional ability scores such as Stamina, Muscle, Balance, and others. New proficiencies, talents, and updated psionics round out the Player's Option character. Be ready for anything with Skills & Powers!
Lord of the Rose
Douglas Niles - 2005
This series will explore the post-war era in Solamnia, a central region of the Dragonlance world, continuing key story elements from the New York Times best-selling War of Souls series. AUTHOR BIO: Douglas Niles is the author of over 20 fantasy novels, many of which were published with Wizards of the Coast, Inc. He is also an award-winning roleplaying game designer who was part of the original creation team for the Dragonlance setting two decades ago. His most recent books in the Dragonlance world include Wizards’ Conclave and the Icewall Trilogy.
Tome and Blood: A Guidebook to Wizards and Sorcerers (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.0 Fantasy Roleplaying)
Bruce R. Cordell - 2001
It's packed with ways to customize sorcerer and wizard characters, including:New feats, spells, and magic items. New prestige classes, including the dragon disciple, fatespinner, and pale master. Information about special organizations such as the Broken Wands and the Arcane Order. Maps of a mages' guildhall and a home that a sorcerer and a wizard share. Tome and Blood is indispensable to players and Dungeon Masters who want to add a new dimension to sorcerers and wizards.To use this accessory, a Dungeon Master also needs the Player's Handbook, the Dungeon Master's Guide, and the Monster Manual. A player needs only the Player's Handbook.