Forgotten Heroes: Scythe and Shroud introduces death as a new power source for Fourth Edition characters. All of the four new character classes presented in this book draw upon the death power source: the assassin, deathwarden, necromancer, and spiritsworn may now be played in 4E games!
The assassin is a dedicated killer that relentlessly stalks his victim, waiting in the shadows for just the... [click here for more]
Hier hausen Monster!
Was ist ein Held ohne Monster, die er besiegen kann? In diesem Buch werden Hunderte von Kreaturen für das Pathfinder Rollenspiel vorgestellt. Auf seinen Seiten findest du alles von feuerspeienden Drachen über blutsaugende Vampire, schreckliche Dämonen, gestaltwandelnde Werwölfe und sadistische Goblins bis hin zu behäbigen Riesen. Und nicht alle hier vorgestellten... [click here for more]
Faerûn needs mighty heroes, now more than ever!
Malevolent forces conspire to ravage the lands and cities of Faerûn, and only the most valiant heroes can thwart their dark designs. If you are a player, this book helps you play heroic champions with the might and conviction to destroy the worst evils of the world. If you’re a Dungeon Master, this book contains everything you... [click here for more]
Just the Facts, Ma’am by Chris Youngs: Chris Youngs discusses the claim that 4th Edition has removed all roleplaying from D&D.
Player's Handbook 3 Debut Content - Githzerai by Mike Mearls, Stephen Schubert, Robert J. Schwalb, Chris Sims, and James Wyatt: Complete with staff commentary, this is the second in our Player’s Handbook 3 debut series.
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1 EDITORIAL: "This Means War!" by Christopher Perkins All three of this month’s adventures have different takes on the theme of war. 2 "The Vulture's Feast," by Brian Cortijo and Christopher Perkins An evil warlord has prepared a feast for her new Zhentarim allies, and she has a gift for them as well. 21 "Blood of Gruumsh," by Steve Winter An ancient... [click here for more]