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Bardic Lore: Riastradh

Bardic Lore: Riastradh

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Highmoon Media Productions is proud to present Bardic Lore: Riastradh.

His mouth foamed as he tore the shirt from his back, and as he rushed forward to meet the mass of Sea Devils that had attacked us, he started to grow, taller than a house, wider than three bulls. His skin bubbled from within like tar bursting from the earth, and his muscles stretched into dimensions unnatural to humans. His right arm grew to the size of a thick oak tree trunk, and with every swing he slashed three Fomorians in half. His hair stood on end like a halo of spears, and from each tip burst a mist of blood and rage that choked any who came too close to him. One hundred Fomorian died that afternoon at the hands of Bran, the warped one, hero of Daingean, and I was never able to look at my foster brother the same way again.
?From the journal of Amergin ? M?l

Bardic Lore: Riastradh introduces the fantastic and terrifying heroic feat of the warp spasm to your d20 Fantasy game. Included are rules for creating a warped hero, the rules of the riastradh, new feats and the warped one paragon class, along with a fully-stated NPC and Bardic Lore information.

Written by: Daniel M. Perez
Art by: Jeremy Mohler, Nathan Rosario

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
June 29th, 2011
Very cool for any Celtic flavored game and cool for any game to be honest. The warp-spasm of Cú Chulainn is something that has been in the stories of the Ulster cycle, but never really implemented well in a game. This is a pretty good way to do it. I [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
June 15th, 2006
Bardic Lore: Riastradh is a 10 page pdf product and the fourth in Highmoon Media Productions' Bardic Lore series which chronicles the travels of the bard Amergin O Mil as he records in his journal all things magical, mundane or exotic. This particular [...]
Andrew B. [Featured Reviewer]
May 30th, 2006
Riastradh is a product in Highmoon Media?s Bardic Lore series. Each PDF takes a different idea from Celtic mythology and applies it to D&D. The rules are presented with just enough history, plus a glazing of flavor text, to make them interesting and [...]
Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
May 18th, 2006
Bardic Lore: Riastradh is a new sourcebook from Highmoon Media Products, released as part of their Bardic Lore line of products. The zipped file is just under 1.5 megabytes in size, containing two PDF files. The first is the actual product, weighing in [...]
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