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Newly revised with 3.5 stats as of 7/10/2004.

Has your adventuring party ever wondered what was to be found on those parts of the map marked "Here there be monsters"?

Have you, as a GM ever been at a loss as to what to do if they decide to explore these hitherto uncharted regions?

Have you, or your players ever wanted to play something a little more primitive?

Lost Prehistorica could be the answer to your questions! An informative well presented tool-book for the GM who wants to try something that little bit different! Packed full of new playable races, information upon long lost cultures, lost continents, nomadic tribes and settings specific monsters, this book could be just what you need to spark a whole new range of adventures in a land untouched by time where dinosaurs still roam!

108 pages of tools to create a setting like no other.

Features include:
16 new diseases
Over a dozen natural traps
New weapons, armor, and equipment
Nine new races
Ten new divine entities
Extensive beastiary
Guidelines for creating tribes

 
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October 14th, 2005
Dinosaurs, hominids, reptile-people, oh my! This book is fantastic for anyone who wants a "Lost World" setting in their game. LIKED: The detailed section on primitive tribal society. DISLIKED: Too many lizardpeopl [...]
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June 8th, 2005
Easily one of my favourite PDFs right here. The subject of the 'lost continent' or 'savage world' is woefully underexplored in d20 gaming. Or at least, it was woefully underexplored. But this book just offers so many cool ideas that as soon as you finish [...]
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August 3rd, 2004
I found it useful in helping me do a homebrew. After all, I'm doing something with a Savage theme on my own, and this provided some details that I needed to put some more meat on the bones. So to speak. I recommend it to everyone, it works well with [...]
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July 15th, 2004
This product was definitely a good buy. There are a number of new races, hazards, and creatures which fit well in a prehistoric or savage world type of game. There are some new feats and equipment, but they aren't redundant or overpowered. There is [...]
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July 12th, 2004
I was happy with it. Not a d20 fan and didn't need so many new races, gods, classes and feats, but what was there was flavorful and useful. It could use a map and it's much more "Lost World" than "Prehistoric World". It's built for [...]
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Product Information
Electrum seller
Pages
108
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
DQG1601
File Size:
3.43 MB
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Original electronic
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June 11, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on June 11, 2004.
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Dark Quest Games
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