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Bardic Lore: The Fachan

Bardic Lore: The Fachan

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Highmoon Media Productions presents Bardic Lore: The Fachan.

I turned around, intent on facing my enemy and instead I faced my nightmares. In front of me stood a creature fully a head taller than I, its single, bloodshot eye staring at me with all the hatred in the world. It had a broad and muscled body with a single arm jutting from the center of its chest, and a single, powerful leg, propelling it forth towards me. I can honestly say I hope to never run into a fachan ever again.
? From the journal of Amergin ? M?l

Bardic Lore: The Fachan details a new creature for your d20 Fantasy game from the pages of Celtic myth, the fachan. Included are stats for this fearsome creature, info on the fachan as a character race, the fachan paragon class, a fully-stated NPC to threaten your players, and Lore/Knowledge check information. Written by Daniel M. Perez, artwork by John Brown.

Bardic Lore chronicles the travels of the great bard Amergin ? M?l as he wanders around the land, learning about the mundane, exotic and magical, recording it in his journal for posterity. Each Bardic Lore release is an entry from Amergin's journal, with accompanying d20 Fantasy stats and descriptions. Look for further releases in the Bardic Lore line from HMP.
Collect all the releases in the Bardic Lore line!

Bardic Lore: The Villa of Mysteries Bardic Lore: Ogham Bardic Lore: The Fachan

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
July 6th, 2012
Celtic myth and lore is full of strange creatures. Some that don't quite have an analogue anywhere else. The Fachan is one such creature. Their might be similar creatures in other myths (I bet the Japanese or the myths of India have something like th [...]
Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
October 26th, 2005
The Falchan is a small PDF detailing in great detail this new creature. The PDF is only eight pages long and the file less then a half a meg in size. The book has so so art, but the lay out is pretty good. The PDF is also nicely book marked. [...]
Steven T. [Featured Reviewer]
September 26th, 2005
One of the joys of DMing is seeing the looks on the players? faces when you manage to surprise them. My personal favorite is when I surprise them with some new and bizarre creature they have never heard of. And when it comes to bizarre creatures, they [...]
April 7th, 2005
Overall very well put together. I look forward to seeing more.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Very Satisfied<br> [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on November 16, 2004.