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Forgotten Weapons: Stonebow


"An interesting and creative new take on the magic item book. Here's hoping all the rest are as good as this one. Check it out."
--Travis J. Lee,

The Stonebow. An ancient weapon designed to work much like a crossbow, but using stones as it's primary ammunition. This new series from The Le Games and Chaos Drake Press takes a look at this fascinating weapon and gives you all of it's glorious d20 stats for use in your campaign world. Inside you will find everything you need to know about the Stonebow, Repeating Stonebow, and the Stonebow Sworn (prestige class). But wait, there's more. Also included are brand new feats and new spells, to better balance out this marvelous weapon.

This zip file contains a fully illustrated Landscape PDF for easy online reading, A fully illustrated Portrait PDF for printing, and our standard no-image Rich-Text-Format version so that you can cut/copy/paste to your hearts content (and print without wasting alot of ink)! Each pdf is fully bookmarked for easy viewing.

Still not sure? Check out the free Demo!

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Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
July 13th, 2006
Forgotten Weapons: Stonebow, is a short product from The Le Games. The zipped file is just over 2.2 megabytes in size. It contains two PDF files of the book, a Rich Text File of the book, a JPG picture of the cover, and a readme file cataloguing the co [...]
Derek K. [Featured Reviewer]
April 23rd, 2006
Writers Dave C and Mike Ring have put together ?Forgotten Weapons: Stonebow? for The Le Games. This supplement featuring a unique weapon for use in a d20 fantasy game comes in three formats ? one .rtf document; and two .pdfs, a screen-friendly version [...]
Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
November 29th, 2005
Now here is an interesting idea for a book. They have taken a lesser known weapon from history and expanded on it for the fantasy game. I like how they explain how the Stonebow was a hunter?s weapon and not ever used in warfare. I like that [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on September 09, 2005.